(BOOK 4 OF TORTURED SERIES)
Wesley Bennett is living his life with regret, sadness and pain. Guilty of what he has done a long time ago, he moves everywhere for the hope of forgetting his past. But it always doesn't. It doesn't work that way. Until one time, he sees his old pal in the bathroom and they both have a heart to heart talk. Now, he believes that he can live again with hapiness and rainbows. His old pal forgave him. But he still feels empty and regretful. When he sees his neighbor, he can't stop his eyes from staring at him. Whenever he looks at him, he feels the true meaning of life. For a fear of doing the same biggest mistake, he never approaches his neighbor... because the hunky man has a wife.
Dex Evans is very religious. He believes of what his parents taught him. Living an almost perfect life, his son, Carter Evans, gets out of the closet and his world crumbles, the heaven breaks down and his heart breaks. He disowns his son, but the guilt is eating him. He can't afford to see his son breaking but what should he do? When he meets his new neighbor, everything he knows about himself is becoming a lie and everything he believes becomes plain fake.
Discovering his neighbor's sexuality, Dex preaches his neighbor about the words of God. But what if preaching turns into a talk of love?
Could they both hold into it? Or let it fade away?
This story is about finding what real meaning of love is, about forgiving, about realizing things around.