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Publisher Description

When Andrew Craig dies, he leaves his brother Jason a list of places that he wanted to visit but couldn't. Attending a school reunion, London, Stonehenge, these are all on the list and Jason is determined to cross everything off and work through his grief at the same time.

Closeted soap actor Mark Wesley is shocked when a blast from the past looks him up, and devastated when he realizes he will never have a chance to make things right.

Together Jason and Mark agree to work on the list. But what happens when Jason and Mark grow closer, when passion and even love begins to grow?

Was this what Andrew wanted to happen all along between his brother and his friend?

Fiction & Literature
February 3
RJ Scott
Smashwords, Inc.

Customer Reviews

SDWill ,


Truly touching, heartwarming and charming.

hubbabbubbahhz ,

NO SECRETS - just tell the truth - I am what I am !!!

RJ Scott - rejoice - has hit another - out of the park - ❤️ story!
With a twist in her scenario of fascinating characters woven into circumstances and relationships bound into a web of discovery.

“The Bucket List” novel is a wonderful, charming, romantic, loving,
story with consequences, when boy-hood experiences, and memories are shared. Hidden secrets when growing up as brothers and child-hood friends, their memories, their individual story is shared when re-united for a fifteen year graduating class reunion.

Arieslady52 ,

An angel among us

RJ Scott is well-known for sensitive, steamy and beautiful M/M love stories - deservedly so. The Bucket List is a prime example. It starts with a boy - Andrew - who is loyal to his best friend Mark, and to his younger brother, Jason the science nerd. He stands up for them when they are bullied. He keeps their confidences. He hurts when Mark moves away and doesn't stay in touch. But Andrew grows up, forgives his absent friend, champions his brother when he comes out, marries the woman he adores, and has a little son. Then Andrew dies. He leaves behind a "Bucket List" for his brother Jason - all the things he wanted to do and see, and share with his son. He wants Jason to do these things in his stead, to keep his dreams and his memories alive for his widow and little boy. First item on the list? Find Mark, and the two of them are to attend Andrew's high school reunion in his place. A grieving Jason begins, reluctantly, to fulfill his brother's last request. That list proves to be a life-altering catalyst, bringing love, hope, and justice to him, to Mark, and to others in their one-horse boyhood hometown. It's a sad-sweet story that feels solid and real, and one that deserves to be read and read again. I received an ARC of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.

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