Firefighter-recruit Jordan Miller is less than a week away from graduating from the Baltimore Fire Academy. After six months of sweat and hard work, he’s called into the Captain’s office for the first time. He’s number one in his class, in academic and practical skills, but this can’t be good. No one gets called to the lead instructor’s office, unless it’s bad news.
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Dan Sharp, missing persons investigator, has his hands full. His partner, Bill, is dodgy about commitment and loves to taunt Dan about his lurid past. His son, Kedrick, is the shifting centre of his world, a weak spot in his hardboiled life, and a serious complication in his relationships. And then there’s the work. A wedding guest is swept off a…
Jordan was the captain of his high school football team. He dated cheerleaders and was eye candy for the rest of the girls. But he has a secret he’s kept hidden. Away from the confines of his small hometown, he’s been exploring the attraction to men he’s suppressed his entire life. When Captain Craig hands him an anonymous letter, accusing him of frequenting a gay sports bar and underage drinking, Jordan feels the air being sucked out of his lungs. “I’m not asking if you’re gay.” Hunter Craig’s intense blue eyes bored into him like lasers. “Because it’s none of my business; and frankly, I don’t care.”
When Jordan is injured and trapped at a fire, it’s Hunter Craig who rescues him. Sedated in the hospital, Jordan blinks, bewildered, as Hunter appears in his room, takes his hand, and sits with him. Chills run up his leg when Hunter gently pats it. Is it really happening, or is the pain medication revealing feelings for his former instructor, Jordan didn’t know he had? About 25,000 words