Sammy, to join him on his journey, never expecting the other man to jump at the chance.
The station wagon barely makes it as far as Nevada. It dies on
the shoulder during a freak summer thunder storm, trapping the
two young men, and giving them no choice but to face the secrets
they've been hiding, the fears they've been harboring, and the
desire they can barely keep at bay.
But it doesn't take Andy long to learn that he doesn't have to
acknowledge an attraction to be completely overwhelmed by it.
James Duran no longer fits in the world. At forty-five years old, his wife has left him, and his job as a pre-press technician was not just downsized, it was completely eliminated. With no reason to stay in the world, James makes plans to jump in front of the train that took him to work every day for twenty-five years. But before he does, he's finally going to introduce himself to the stranger who takes the same train. The stranger who has gorgeous eyes and a wonderful smile.
A stranger who can make the world fit James Duran again.