- By A.J. Llewellyn

He's Gone Home

  • Title: He's Gone Home
  • Author: A.J. Llewellyn
  • ISBN: 9781611242829
  • Page: 277
  • Format: ebook
  • He s Gone Home Diego Cabrera thought his turbulent life in Ventura was behind him He gave up his life on the police force drugs drink and a toxic relationship with his family to start a new sober existence in Ho

    Diego Cabrera thought his turbulent life in Ventura was behind him He gave up his life on the police force, drugs, drink, and a toxic relationship with his family to start a new, sober existence in Hollywood with a fantastic job in creative development at a major studio But the opportunity for a blind date leads Diego back to the beach and a catastrophic decision to tryDiego Cabrera thought his turbulent life in Ventura was behind him He gave up his life on the police force, drugs, drink, and a toxic relationship with his family to start a new, sober existence in Hollywood with a fantastic job in creative development at a major studio But the opportunity for a blind date leads Diego back to the beach and a catastrophic decision to try Tokyo Tea.Diego s quickly arrested and charged with a DUI Ventura is notoriously tough on drunk driving convictions, and in spite of it being Diego s first offense, he s given 48 hours in the slammer.Petrified that his new carefully crafted world is about to be destroyed, Diego receives unexpected support from the sexy Vincent Eagle, the probation officer with whom he had the blind date Can Diego juggle his newfound feelings for Vincent, memories of an abusive father, his job with a volatile boss, and remain sober And why did he go home in the first place

    1 thought on “He's Gone Home

    1. This story tore at my heartstrings from the very beginning. Diego is such a great guy, he is fighting hard to make an honest living after pulling back from the brink, and all it takes is one bad judgment call and he is in a world of trouble. The things that happen to him and how he valiantly fights what seems to be fate had me on the edge of my seat and rooting for him all the way. Luckily, this being an AJ story, I knew there would be a happy ending – but it seemed very, very far off at times [...]

    2. I am going to say this is a really nice story. It had some nice characters and a very good, well developed plot. So why the three stars? I finished the book and I didn't feel like I had read something I would love to read again. Maybe it's my mood, or I could just be picky, but I could not connect with this book.Diego is the nice guy. He is a former drug addict and ex-cop. His ex-boyfriend cheated on him, and the dumped him for a younger model. After five years together that was a blow to Diego [...]

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