After the Storm (manxman)

After the Storm (manxman)

498K Reads 28.6K Votes 27 Part Story
Dianna B. By ladydianna01 Completed

Luis Randall watched dry eyed as his husband was lowered into the dark cold earth that was his final resting place. He was saddened by the lost of his friend and his companion, but in a sense, he was relieved. Jackson was no longer suffering and now Luis is free, but free to do what? Luis had literally devoted his life to Jackson or should he say a lifetime. Jackson came from money and made even more as CEO of his family's businesses. He left Luis with enough money to last him several lifetimes, houses, cars, and all the trappings of wealth, but nothing remotely close to what he needed, and that was a direction of what to do next, and where to go. 

Luis drew himself into a protective little shell, he cut himself off from everyone and everything. His anchor had been taken away and his world was thrown into the chaotic winds of time. It wasn't until his sister executed an intervention and dragged Luis to their summer home and the stunning little beauty caught the attention of his family's closest neighbors, a masterful and assertive type of a man that knew exactly what Luis needed, and Dr. Stephen Giles was more than prepared to give it to him. Read to see how Luis copes with the calm after the storm.

  • death
  • family
  • grief
  • lgbt
  • love
  • manxman
  • recovery
  • wattys2015
Zoe_W_01 Zoe_W_01 Jul 07
What she is doing is correct, nature is the best medicine not people.
fjlover fjlover Oct 10
I can connect with Luis...I too am super dependable on people around me especially my sister @AngelicRic ....she is my anchor and my wings!
corner545 corner545 Jul 19, 2016
Whenever I hear the term annoying ass sibling, I just think of an asscheek slowly parting to reveal a head nagging you about your chores
ScorpioQueen17 ScorpioQueen17 Jul 03, 2016
Oh ! 😆😆😆😁😂 too soon Danielle, too soon! But good one
TeamEmmettandKellan TeamEmmettandKellan May 19, 2016
God I know how he feels. Damn now I can't stop crying. 
                              And it's so true. You just want to be left alone. But sadly that's not always the best thing.
Amal_Noah Amal_Noah Nov 27, 2016
Grieving can't be measure by time. When you lost your loved ones, there is no specific time for you to heal and sometime it never heal.