You get a great story in "Where the Heart Is". I really enjoyed reading it. Jason, Chris and Steve are great characters that I quickly became invested in. I didn't want the story to end when it did, I wanted more time with the characters. They have had a friendship for so long and they do not want to mess it up and yet to have the relationship that they want they have to take that risk. Finally that choice is made and it comes out that everybody feels the same. They all want to take the risk and put in the effort to make it work. The story leaves off with them all looking to their future willing to put in all the effort needed.
Jason, Steve, and Chris have seen each other through the toughest times of their lives, but when they’re snowed in together on their annual Thanksgiving ski trip, they learn that you can still have secrets even after twenty years. After Steve reveals he’s on the verge of a major decision that could break them apart, those secrets -- their desires -- might be the only thing that could save them.
Then a blizzard hits and snows them in, and there’s nowhere to run from the feelings they’ve been ignoring for years. None of them want to choose one and risk the other, but before the week is out, they’re going to have to find a way to make the three of them work again. If not, they're going to lose each other after all.
Publisher's Note: This book contains explicit sexual content, graphic language, and situations that some readers may find objectionable: Male/male sexual practices, menage (m/m/m).