Trapped in darkness, can an escort find a man to help him into the light?
Gabriel Reyes never gave in. He fought and was hurt, was abused but escaped with his life. He made his way in the world using the one thing he was good at: sex. He earned a place with a man who controls everything but Gabriel is safe; he’s made it.
Cameron Stafford hires Gabriel for a night, needing nothing more than a pretend boyfriend to get his dysfunctional family off his back. With the money he has in the bank and his own hotel, why won't they just leave him alone? It doesn’t matter that a degenerative disease has stolen his vision, or that his last boyfriend was a bastard who tried to steal from him; for now he has purpose.
When Gabriel and Cam fall for each other, can they find real happiness and, maybe, a forever that will save them both?
Be aware: emotional and physical abuse are depicted on the page in this book.
A new story set in the world of Jack and Riley Campbell-Hayes and the Double D Ranch, Texas.
Reviews"..Gabriel’s journey towards a place where he begins to recognise that he is worth more and might be loveable and even capable of loving somebody else is breathtaking if far from easy. Because this story doesn’t come with miracles, sudden flashes of insight and easy ‘happy-ever-afters’. And while that made the story at times very hard to read, it also provided a level of reality that made the ending to this story all the more touching and so very worthy of the tears in my eyes.
So my friends, heed the warning and then lose yourself in a story that will touch your heart and stay with you for a very long time." - The Way She Reads
"I love reading RJ Scott books because she tackles sensitive matters with delicacy and grace. Her writing style is very visceral and poignant that I am often moved to tears. As with book 1, this second book was very angsty, emotionally taxing and subtly encouraging. The threads of hope kept me going through the hard to read parts because I know that we will eventually make it over to the other side." - Oh My Shelves
"It tugs at the heart strings. It makes you laugh. It makes you cry. It makes you angry. It makes you wonder how one person could inflict that much abuse on another human being. It makes you not want to stop reading until you've read the entire story cover-to-cover in one sitting.
It also make you wonder (at least it did me) what plot bunnies RJ is dealing with for the next Legacy series novel.
I wish I could give it 100 stars, but the most I can give it is 5, so 5 it is. Gabriel (The Second Legacy) is a definite must read!" - Jim's Reading Room