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Summary from Goodreads:
Invar is an asshole.
As a homicide detective for the greater Houston area, Detective Barrack Invar’s job is stressful enough without his Lieutenant breathing down his neck to do more, not to mention his girlfriend, Isabella. His partner, Calhoun, is a joke. It doesn’t help that over the years Barrack has earned a reputation as being a bit of an asshole at work. Things for Barrack don’t look any brighter in the wake of a murder case with absolutely no leads at all. Until he comes home to a wonderful surprise. His best friend since the age of three has finally come home.
Willow only survives. His best friend since childhood, Barrack, is all that matters to him. Willow craves any small scraps of affection Barrack is willing to give. Every look, every praise, every touch, tears Willow’s soul because he is constantly reminded of what he cannot have. Barrack. When Willow unexpectedly comes home his insides burn with the need for the man he loves. The need to give control…
Barrack finds his feelings towards Willow slowly twist and change. He loves his best friend. A man. For Barrack it is a very simple thing. Willow on the other hand cannot accept what Barrack is freely willing to give. Willow does the only thing he knows. He runs.
Returning home Willow’s fears are confirmed when Barrack refuses to come with him. Barrack’s promises to follow seem long in coming. Willow is left devastated feeling abandoned and alone.
Can Barrack convince his Willow of his love? Will Willow allow Barrack to love him?