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Andrew Hazard loves his job, even if he gets paired with a different EMT every couple weeks. Once an EMT proves himself incompetent, Andrew makes no effort to be friends with them. That's why it's such a relief when Nick comes along. He keeps the ambulance stocked, he can drive well, and he knows how to start an IV. He's great at saving lives, and also a great person to hang out with. From hiking to movies, they find themselves spending a lot of time with each other. Nick's homosexuality definitely isn't a problem, even though Andrew's girlfriend jokes that he wants to spend more time with Nick than with her.
When Andrew gets the chance of a lifetime - going to the prestigious UCLA Medical School - his girlfriend doesn't share his enthusiasm. And so, freshly broken up, Andrew asks Nick to go with him on a road trip down south to check out the area. Nick wants to keep him as his best friend, even though his romantic feelings have reached a fever pitch. But he also realizes that this could be his last chance to let Andrew know how he feels. Will Andrew let Nick into his heart, or will this road trip be their last hurrah?
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By PrincessK on 08-10-17
Not All Writers are Narrators
Would you try another book from Elsa Winters and Brad Vance and/or Brad Vance?
Yes as long as she and Brad promise not to let him narrate
Who was your favorite character and why?
Nick, he is the poor kid who made good of his life...no drugs a job, and working on the emotions
Who would you have cast as narrator instead of Brad Vance?
Greg Tremblay, Sean Crisden, Tristan James just to name 3
Could you see The Road Home being made into a movie or a TV series? Who should the stars be?
Yes...as long as Brad Vance only get stand in roles....He is boring, boring, boring
Any additional comments?
Brad Vane...this is a great story but Greg Tremblay, Sean Crisden, Tristan James...are all good ideas for narrators so your story does not go sideways!