In this novel, it’s all flipped. Damian’s world is turned upside down and now Damian’s the one who has to lean on Josh, and Josh has to stay strong because Damian needs him. Josh also tries to stay strong for Matt, Damian’s cousin, who is reeling from losing his parents, but Matt isn’t as receptive to help as Damian is.
Matt does find help though—in a very special someone and that helps him come to terms with his parents’ death. It isn’t easy, it doesn’t happen quickly, and it never really goes away, but it becomes easier. He shuts everyone out, but slowly begins to open himself up again, and even though he’s only just eighteen years old, he does experience his first love.
Whereas Damian and Josh are an established couple, you have to read the book to find out who Matt’s special someone is. I can promise you it’s quite a ride!
Thanks so much to Pants Off Reviews for hosting me today! If you want to check Yesterday’s Tears out, here’s the blurb for you:
Damian's world is irrevocably altered the night his aunt and uncle are brought into his A&E, victims of a terrible car accident. Grief-stricken and lost, with nowhere else to turn, he calls Josh—the man he loves, and who left him.
Meanwhile Matt does not know how to live in a world where his parents aren't, especially when the rest of his family seems capable of handling it while he wants only to hide from the world. His only solace is Adam, whom he wishes was so much more than the man he occasionally has sex with—and who apparently has been keeping a secret that ruins the only comfort Matt had left.
Yesterday’s Tears will be released tomorrow, at Less Than Three Press!
Buy Link: Less Than 3 Press
Thanks again for letting me guest post at your blog! ^_^
T. T. Kove
Where Fantasies Come to Life