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Books by Matt Butts

About the author:
Matt Butts (1961-) is a writer, singer, and photographer living in Minneapolis with his best friend and roommate Jim. He is originally from New Orleans and sings with the Twin Cities Gay Men's Chorus.

Love at Second Sight

Authored by Matt Butts
Edition: 1

Adam Weiser is gifted - and cursed - with a special ability nobody knows about, not even his closest friends. He can hear the thoughts of people around him, the private thoughts they never dare speak aloud. He can see the mental images they picture and feel their feelings as if they were his own. With a look in someone's eyes, he can instantly learn everything there is to know about them, and once he's seen their soul naked, he can't un-see it.

If the world knew of Adam's power, people would fear him. Some would seek to control and exploit him. Others would want to destroy him. So he keeps his deep dark secret buried deep inside and pretends he doesn't know the thousand deep dark secrets that he knows about others.

But when three brothers fueled by hatred and twisted scripture murder his new-found friend and beat him within inches of his life, Adam's not afraid to use his secret skills to fight back against the cult that tried to kill him.

Steve Kensley, a dedicated gay police sergeant, takes a special interest in helping Adam find justice, seeking to avenge this crime against one of his own kind. But Adam knows the real reason this case is so personal. The sergeant is in love with him.

Steve is the knight in shining armor Adam has been looking for all his life, and Adam can't help falling in love with him, too... even if it means taking the ultimate leap of faith, risking a catastrophic outcome, and telling Steve the truth about himself that he has never spoken...

Publication Date:
1534719601 / 9781534719606
Page Count:
Binding Type:
US Trade Paper
Trim Size:
5" x 8"
Black and White
Related Categories:
Fiction / Gay

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