Colliding In Free Fall
At forty-three, Jay McGhee doesn’t know how much longer he’ll be able to withstand the physical rigors necessary for active duty in the Roseville, Indiana Fire Department, but that doesn’t mean he’s willing to be put out to pasture just yet. For most of his adult life, he’s had to place his needs on the back burner, including the fact that he’s a gay man in a small rural community. His career is not going to take the same route.
When twenty-seven-year-old Frank Kaplan breezes into town, Jay ignores his immediate attraction to the younger man. After all, he’s an old pro at pretending. The long-haired, tattooed drifter shouldn’t even be his type, but the friendship they strike up satisfies a space in Jay’s life he never realized was empty.
Two men. Two lives in flux.