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Published by Dreamspinner Press Genres: Contemporary, MM
Reviewed by Lisa
Cameron O’Grady came to the small rural farm by way of abandonment. His father worked there as a hired hand for months and then disappeared one day leaving the young child behind. As for Joe Conner, the boy became a permanent resident at his aunt and uncle’s farm after his parents died in a horrific house fire.
Growing up together Joe and Cameron were the best of companions until the day sexual curiosity and raging hormones changed everything. Soon after Joe literally ran off to college without uttering a word to anyone, especially Cameron.
Five long, lonely years pass on the farm before Joe abruptly reappears in time for his cousin’s wedding. Picking up the pieces of his old life won’t be easy after so long, but Joe is determined to forget the secret hell of his college years and hopefully start again. Cameron says his feelings never changed. If Cameron is willing to forgive Joe for their missed years he has every right to know what happened to scar his love inside and out. No matter how painful the answers may be.
Scars on His Heart forces a young man to hold tight to his secrets and white lies. Joe and Cameron share a complicated relationship in this intense drama. Their D/s needs and their love for each other make Scars on His Heart a mine field. Joe’s immaturity and Cameron’s somewhat overbearing dominance almost tear them apart as their love continually draws them together. The catalyst to the complex story is Joe’s college years and the outcome of his actions. Scars on His Heart delivers a poignant, sexy, angst driven story.