A tragic ending to his first real love affair and the subsequent guilt sent Sean Roberts sinking into alcoholism, destroying his career and nearly costing him his life. After fighting his way back from the edge and with five years of sobriety under his belt, he begins to rebuild his broadcasting career, but love continues to elude him.
It takes a perfect encounter with a mysterious angel, several enthusiastic romps with an agent, and meeting the man of his dreams at an AA meeting to open his eyes again to love’s possibilities. Unfortunately, fate isn’t done toying with him and threatens to snatch away the joy he’s found with the beautiful Wyatt… but Sean is ready to fight for his life and for his love.
|Number of Page||250|
|Interior Type||Black and White|
|Trim Size (inches)||6 x 9|
|Binding||US Trade Paper|
|Published||2011, Dreamspinner Press|
[three][quote2]“Wow, I don’t even know where to begin. The story is so well written that the reader is able to understand every nuance, every glib, every shift of scene that occurs. It helps if you are familiar with AA and their 12 steps and their bada** no excuses support groups. But you come to understand about hitting bottom before being able to climb back up. Sean had hit bottom, but is now an AA member and is able to sponsor newer members, but still has his problems with sometimes wanting to slide back into the “fog”. Mr. Wagner has given Sean depth, he makes him real, with real problems and almost unattainable (sometimes not so real) solutions. I hadn’t expected the twists and turns the “antagonist” of the story threw in the path of Sean and Wyatt, but it sure kept me on the edge of my seat. Although the antagonist remains impersonal and cold, we are still able to glimpse into a troubled mind. After you’ve read this, you will also see that 5 Stars are not enough.”
Bogey B “Gene” (Amazon)[/quote2]