Title: Walk Me Through The Haze (Walk Me #2)
Author Name & Publisher: Nicole Dennis (MLR Press)
Publication Date & Length: September 14, 2015 – 121 pgs
A doctor changes his life and meets an injured musician who alters all of his plans.
Getting the hell out of Texas and an abusive relationship, Doctor Evan Sampson drove away without looking back, taking a chance with his uncle’s clinic in small-town Montana. He can only hope things go better for him – professional and personal.
Ending a successful tour run with the band, Joshua Holmwood tries to conceal the pain in his wrist from his ‘brothers’. It doesn’t work and he accepts how he needs a doctor.
Upon reaching the ranch, coming home isn’t all fun and games for the guys. While Sage receives bad news from the new doctor, Josh learns there is more to his injured wrist. At the same time, he doesn’t conceal his interest from the doctor, who returns the same. When his injury turns tenfold, Doc Evan is again by his side. Josh hopes they can go from a patient-to-doctor relationship to a lover-to-lover one.
This book was sweet but also painful for what Evan had to go through before he meets Josh.
Josh is a fiddle player for his band and has some troubles at home with his family.
Evan ran from a Ex who hurt him to his uncles so he could be in a safe and better place.
The moment these two lock eyes on one another you could really feel the connection between them.
You get your angst, plus so much sweet because Evan really deserves to have someone like Josh love him.
All together I liked this book!