GENRE: Gay Erotic Romance
LENGTH: 27,223 words
Graham Hayes decided long ago he’d never be in a relationship. It was better to stay single than to fall in love only to be left alone, which he was certain would happen to him. He’d seen Alzheimer’s ravage his family members all his life, leaving their loved ones to deal with the fallout. Some of them stayed, but some didn’t. Graham isn’t going to risk it.When he hires nurse Sam Morgan to take care of his dad during the day, his pledge to stay single is put to the test. He soon finds it difficult to maintain a professional distance. Graham’s guarded his heart for so long, but his resolve is crumbling. Will he be able to conquer his fear to give himself a chance at love? Can he trust Sam to stick around for better or worse?EXCERPT:Note: may contain sexually explicit scenes of a homoerotic nature.
A sweet and steamy story.
A Love to Remember is the first book I’ve read by Sarah Hadley Brook. Graham is dealing with some pretty heavy stuff. His father has early-onset Alzheimer’s and he has moved them in together so that he can care for him. This horrible disease runs in his family, with several relatives suffering from the early-onset variety.
Graham is fortunate that his job, as a writer and editor, allows him to work from home. But caring for his father has proved to be too much of a distraction and he’s not getting any work done. So, he hires a nurse, Sam Morgan, to help care for his father during the day so that he can work without distractions. The problem is that Sam proves to be a distraction all by himself.
This was a good story. I have friends who have had relatives with early-onset Alzheimer’s and it’s a horrible disease. I admire anyone who is willing to adjust their life to care for a loved one, regardless of the disease – not everyone can do this. The story s