Up until Travis arrived on his doorstep, Charlie had lived a very solitary life. He had surrounded himself with isolation; a couple million acres of red dirt, scorching sun and loneliness.

Six months on, winter has settled over the desert, and Charlie has the life he never dreamed possible. But living and working together, twenty four hours a day, seven days a week, for six months straight starts to take its toll.

Charlie is a stubborn, stubborn man, who tends to have more conversations in his head than what comes out his mouth, whereas Travis has no problem saying what’s on his mind. And even as they both struggle to communicate, struggle to make sense of need versus want, Charlie can see that he’s pushing Travis away – yet seems helpless to stop it.

When it all boils down to whether Travis should stay or go, maybe the decision won’t be theirs to make.

Review 5/5 and Highly Recommended

I devoured this book. I wanted to read more Charlie & Travis and I wasn't disappointed with this story. There was one point where I let out a *YES!* you'll see why when you read it! Again, told from Charlie's POV this is another visit to Sutton Station and I loved it. What more can I say? Beautifully written as was book 1, this didn't rush through the big scenes and the story built perfectly. 

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