I’m going to give you the line from the books I’ve read that make my mind crave the rest like chocolate & Coke.
“I heard you.”
“Nothing. the past is over. It can’t be brought back or replayed. It can’t be changed because it is what it is and it makes us who we are today. This, right now, this is all we can work with.” Aaron said touching his chest and motioning between them. “What we do with it makes is or breaks us.”
--page 56, iBook
Actually by Mai Watts
First Published 8th of August 2012 by Resplendence publishing
Law student, Aaron Hedlund, is on the cusp of a new career with a cute boyfriend. Life is easy and perfect, until he gets a call that shatters his plans.
When Ian Mitchell discovers that his sexy former student, Aaron, is back in town, he’s relieved to know that someone will help Aaron’s little brother recover from the death of their parents. But as Aaron struggles to keep the family together, Ian finds that getting close enough to help may be more temptation than he can handle.
And the biggest challenge of all is showing Aaron that fixing shattered plans can become a blessing, actually.