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Oliver can't cope with the loss of his identical twin, Dylan, so his mother makes him attend grief counseling. It's always the same thing, make his intro speech, listen to the others tell their stories, share a happy memory, listen to the sage words from Scott about how it will become easier. But he doesn't feel like it ever will. He blames himself for the accident that took his twin away from him. At eighteen, he feels like there's nothing left to live for.
Wesley lost his wife to cancer three years ago. After months of hibernation, his family steps in and convinces him to get help. But what is a thirty-five year old man going to get from sitting among strangers?
One meeting changes both of their fates and starts their process of really healing.
**Warning: Vulgar language and male/male action. If it's not your thing, you might want to back away now. :)