This started with lots of promise...a bout of angry, martial arts-type sex and two broken, guilt-ridden men in need of healing. I wanted
the angst. I was ready for it. Practically salivating. But it sort of fizzled like a damp squib and the story became Tom's (the young runaway)....how he finds martial arts and a new family. Blah.
The characters stayed pretty two dimensional (except Tom, perhaps) and I wish the author had invested in a bit more time with the two MC's- especially Eddie. I felt the way he got closure, riiight at the end, after a brief talk with his mom and a ghost giving him the thumbs up ....rather simplistic and quite disappointing. This is no fault of the author though. I was just hoping for something a little darker and deeper.