You Never Know
Hagen Wylie has it all figured out. He’s going to live in his hometown, be everybody’s friend, explore new relationships, and rebuild his life after the horrors of war. No muss, no fuss is the plan. He’s well on his way—until he finds out his first love has come home too. Hagen says it’s no big deal, but a chance encounter with Mitch Thayer’s two cute sons puts him directly in the path of the only guy he’s never gotten out of his head.
Mitch returned for three reasons: to raise his sons where he grew up, to move his furniture business and encourage it to thrive, and to win Hagen back. Years away made it perfectly clear the young man he loved in high school is the only one for him. The problem? He left town and they have not talked since.
If Hagen’s going to trust him again, Mitch needs to show him how he’s grown up and isn’t going to let go. They could have a new chance at love… but Hagen is insistent he’s not reviving a relationship with Mitch. Then again, you never know.
Doubt "LOVE" - "YOU Never Know" - Solutions nor Outcomes
Mary Calmes composed a narrative that is unusually bewildering, an amusement park roller coaster ride experience of her strikingly handsome protagonist - Hagen Wylie. Read, just hang on to the tail of your reading experience. Mary Calmes' Hagen spins a depth of emotion spiraling from an early teenage unrequited love affair which he never may resolve, affecting every relationship Hagen encounters.
A sometimes like-able PTSD stricken narrator succumbs to a possessive, emotionally abusive, manipulative, self-centered and near-sociopath ex-boyfriend. Some scenes are painfully cringe-worthy. The “HEA” leads the narrator to a future full of hurt the author ignores. All THREE characters should be running from one another faster than Wiley-E-Coyote or The Flash.