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Series: Pickleville #7
Published by eXtasy Books Genres: Contemporary, MM
For three long years Dakota Weaver has dodged his stalker. One innocent night back home changed his life forever. No matter where he goes Ron Fullman eventually finds him and threatens death if Dakota won’t be his.
Dakota is forced to run each time he suspects his stalker is near. It’s going to be worse when he leaves his current position at the Heath farm since the owners and everyone else welcomed him with arms opened wide.
In particular he’s going to miss Jackson, who boards his prize horses at the farm. Dakota’s done his best to steer clear of Jackson because he’s so attracted to him. Whenever Jackson is around he heads in the opposite direction. Nothing good can come of it with a crazy man insisting he’s off limits to everyone else. If anything happened to Jackson it would haunt Dakota forever.
A shroud of darkness hangs over Places Like Home. The heavy drama weighs on the main character as he stays one step ahead of a madman. His relationship with Jackson is appropriately tentative and at the heart of this story. New friends add another quiet layer of comfort. Places Like Home runs the emotional gamut – bleak, weary, hope, and love. This standalone story promises and delivers.