Alec Davies is an aging-out rock star.
He's twenty years older than me.
He's also my father's ex-best friend.
Dad used to be the lead guitarist of The Skies, an icon of the 90s British music scene. His fights with lead singer Alec were legendary, and so was the band's self-destruction. I've hunted down Alec to tell him that Dad is back in England and determined to die at home. That's when things get messy. Ending our first encounter by riding Alec's face is not the smart thing. Saying "yes" when he wants to reconcile with my dad and offers his townhouse as hospice – it's not the smart thing either, but I do that too.
This is a full-length, stand-alone novel. An HEA is guaranteed, but I do need to give a content warning for parental death.