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Homme for the Holidays
 
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Language: English
Published: 1st December, 2014
Publisher: Beaten Track Publishing
ISBN: ISBN: 978-1-9091925-97-3 ASIN: B00PAXL0QK
Category: Fiction
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Information: A story from Boughs of Evergreen: A Holiday Anthology Cade Bishop is finally on the mend from a traumatic event that happened almost five years ago. That healing didn't really... [Detailed Info]
 
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Jonathan has lived most of his fifty-some years in North Carolina. After college, he worked as a stage manager and lighting designer, then put in a number of years with his family's bakery. This was followed by two decades in the software industry as a technical support specialist, consultant, and trainer/road warrior. Since then, there've been excursions into the realms of tailor, nursing assistant, and medication technician. All these experiences have contributed to who he is and what he... Read More
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A story from Boughs of Evergreen: A Holiday Anthology

Cade Bishop is finally on the mend from a traumatic event that happened almost five years ago. That healing didn't really start until last April, when he met Alan Troxler.

Alan has problems of his own, but he's noticed over the last eight months that the more time he shares with Cade, the more easily he's able to put his troubles to rest.

They're traveling together to Asheville, North Carolina to renew a Christmas tradition that was an important part of Alan's past, and to introduce him to Cade's parents - one of the few worries he hasn't been able to let go.