Teach Me
Bookreview / January 18, 2015

Austin Pritchard is a young boy kicked out on the streets the minute he tells his parents he is gay. Now he has to make a life on the streets, scraping money wherever he can. David Becker recently moved to town and is looking for some people to do work on his new house. Then his eye is caught by the young Austin who has been hired for the job and works his ass of to impress his boss. David wasn’t looking for someone to share his life with, but the more he sees from Austin the more he likes him and finds that he really wants him in his life. Austin is afraid to admit his feelings for David, thinking there is no such thing as love without strings attached. Could it be that this man is really falling for him and wants him for who he is, not what he can do? David sets himself to the task of making Austin see that he is worthy of love and deserves a little kindness in his life. But whenever Austin feels unwelcome or unloved he runs away, trying to kill the pain before it starts. I really loved this…