Things are going too well. The other shoe is bound to drop.
Hugo and Kevin are joining their lives in surprising ways. Kevin is more comfortable as a single father, and Hugo loves hanging out with the kids.
Even if Hugo is ready for their relationship to move to the next level, he’s patient as Kevin navigates coming out. Kevin is cautious about telling his ex that he’s bisexual, afraid Erin might use that to renegotiate custody.
But that’s the least of their worries. When Erin gets a grim diagnosis, family has to be Kevin’s focus.
Is their love strong enough to endure?
Fusion is book two in the North Star Trilogy, a love story that spans twenty years. Friendship, single fatherhood, family life, angst, hurt/comfort, past abuse themes, medical caregiving, as well as life’s celebrations and challenges are found in this novel. Family is central to this saga that will stick with you long after you finish the series.