About the BookAfter flunking out of vet school and losing his fiancï¿½e, Paul is at his lowest when he meets cynical pawnbroker El. Can El convince Paul that he's worthy of love... and himself that attachment isn't so bad?
Book SynopsisA Tucker Springs Novel Paul Hannon flunked out of vet school. His fiancï¿½e left him. He can barely afford his rent, and he hates his house. About the only things he has left are a pantry full of his ex's kitchen gadgets and a lot of emotional baggage. He could really use a win--and that's when he meets El. Pawnbroker El Rozal is a cynic. His own family's dysfunction has taught him that love and relationships lead to misery. Despite that belief, he keeps making up excuses to see Paul again. Paul, who doesn't seem to realize that he's talented and kind and worthy. Paul, who's not over his ex-fiancï¿½e and is probably straight anyway. Paul, who's so blind to El's growing attraction, even asking him out on dates doesn't seem to tip him off. El may not do relationships, but something has to give. If he wants to keep Paul, he'll have to convince him he's worthy of love--and he'll have to admit that attachment might not be so bad after all.