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This is a great story about a man who survives a horrible accident, ends up in a wheelchair, and has to relearn how to deal with life. He isn't very good at it until he meets a guy who dares to push him a little, nudging him in the right direction. Their romance blooms slowly, as does the discovery of what they each like in the bedroom, and the gentle pace of the story was just right for me.

Adrian has a very hard time dealing with the fact he will never walk again. He is grumpy, full of self-pity, and manages to push everyone except his parents and sister away from him. He's even got his physical therapist "trained" not to be too hard on him. And then he meets Nate, who doesn't take no for an answer and Adrian is shocked. His interest is piqued, though, and he is slowly pulled into a closer relationship - very slowly! But the fear of trusting in what they have and then losing Nate is too powerful for him to just give in.

Nate is a great guy, and determined to make Adrian see what he feels for him is more than friendship. He pushes Adrian into doing more, becoming stronger, and believing in himself again. Nate also likes a little "vanilla BDSM" and finds his match in Adrian. Their kinky play brings them closer and helps Adrian build the trust Nate so desperately needs from him.

If you like stories about men who need to adapt to being in a wheelchair and run into some unexpected issues, if you enjoy reading about men who manage to walk into a relationship to make sure they are right for each other rather than jump into it without considering the possible consequences, and if you're looking for a gentle, sweet read with a nice level of heat and some kinky play, then you will probably like this free short story. ( )
  SerenaYates | Oct 19, 2017 |
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