“Welcome Home” is a tender love story, gently romantic and warmly passionate, reflecting that carefree feeling of being in love and the joy of coming home.
Ripper Watson is on his Harley, heading west. He had started in Boston where his ex not-so-subtly broke-up with him. Watson had come home to find another man in his bed. His stuff already packed in boxes and left near the door. He was somewhere in the Rockies -- cold, tired and angry -- when he decided he needed to stop for the night. Before he killed himself.
Bandy Coker lives in an old hunting lodge, well off the beaten path. He enjoys the quiet solitude, but welcomes the occasional traveler in need of gas or a comfortable room for the night. Ripper notices that something is a little off about Bandy, but he’s drawn to Bandy’s comforting home and welcoming smile. He’s worn out – from the travelin’ and from the anger. So he decides to stay the night.
The story’s short, just 29 pages, but that doesn’t diminish any of the passion and romance. The characters are warmly drawn, the story filled with an easy humor. A quick, satisfying read that will warm the heart and soul, as well as the body. Highly recommended.
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