Jeff Mann (Author)
Brice Brown sings about loyalty and damaged hearts, the earnestness of being a proud Southerner, but his common nation music lyrics are misdirection as a result of Brice has saved hidden his attraction to males for all his life. However when a former lover – and band member – goes to the press with the reality, Brice finds himself sick of all of the lies and returning to the sanctuary of his West Virginian hometown. The neighbors who was happy with the “native boy made good” activate him. His file label cancels contracts, his spouse information for divorce, and he finds himself disgraced and despondent.
However then Brice learns from a fan that there’s a compound in central West Virginia run by a person who has helped troubled homosexual youth overcome their self-loathing. Brice takes an opportunity at redemption and finds the retreat within the woods. The proprietor, just a few years older than Brice, is a form-hearted soul and doesn’t flip him away and provides a pleasant ear and comforting phrases. Conway Twitty as soon as stated, “Take heed to recommendation, however comply with your coronary heart.” And the person’s nephew, Lucas, who serves because the handyman on the compound is a tempting younger man, simmering with resentment at his previous, offended at how he sees his future might be. And Brice thinks that Lucas is drawn to him however each males are hurting. Can they rise above the condemnations the world has given them and discover one thing significant…collectively?