Ethan Wright knows what's right and what's wrong. Homosexuality is wrong in his opinion, but then, given the background he's coming (or, more precisely, running) from, he could hardly have formed a different belief. He doesn't allow it to affect his actions, though. He is a firefighter, and he saves lives no matter how people choose to live them. There's just that one guy that he can't quite get out of his head. The guy that circumstances keep putting in his way. The guy that makes him feel...he's not sure, how. There's not much time for him to figure that out, for his past is about to catch up with him, putting more than just his life in danger, forcing him to face uncomfortable truths and make life-changing decisions. *** WARNINGS: The story contains mature themes and language. Not suitable for young children. Some chapters include violent and sexual content and may be triggering for some people. Read at your own discretion. Also, the main character is pretty homophobic in the beginning of the story. Needless to say, he'll change ;) yet if you find such a start too upsetting, you might want to skip this book.