Alexander Langdon and Dean Collins have been a couple five years. They've had to overcome some obstacles, the least of which being their twenty-year age difference.
In less than a week, Rick Preston and Lance Scott will be saying their vows. After four years and a lot of drama, they're now ready to commit in the eyes of the law.
After a heated discussion with Rick, Alex starts doubting his and Dean's relationship. He's wanted to get married for years, but Dean refuses to take that final step. They're committed heart and soul. Why do they need a ceremony and piece of paper to prove it? Alex just wants to be able to call him husband. This has both men reflecting on what brought them together.
From Dean's family secrets, to Alex's very public divorce, they've been through it all. Will Dean get over his fears and finally do the one thing Alex wants most? Or will this issue continue to grow until it pushes the two men completely apart?
Finding Alex is the final story in the Taking Lance series. The wedding, told from Dean's point of view in Finding Alex, is also told in its entirety by Rick and Lance in Marrying Lance, a bonus story at the end of the book. E-copies of Marrying Lance are also available on Amazon and via request from the author.
The series is best read in order to understand characters and events.
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