From the Heavens: The Star by Vic Winter
Torquere Press
Gay Contemporary
Reviewed by Cassie



Paramedic Dirk is feeling the loss of several patients when he gets home and finds his lover gone.  That is the final straw, so he takes a few weeks off to recharge.  While hiking in the mountains, he accidentally stays out after dark and a park ranger comes looking for him.  He finds Ranger Wayne Barlow very attractive, and Wayne seems to feel the same way about him.  Has Dirk finally found the lover and friend he wished for?

From the Heavens:  The Star is an enjoyable tale of finding love and happiness when you least expect it.  Both Dirk and Wayne are well-crafted, sympathetic, and realistic characters.  Dirk was completely exhausted, mentally and physically, at the beginning of the story.  All he wanted to do was get his head together so he could go back to work.  Meeting funny, sexy Wayne changed the plan a bit, however, and I really liked the way this one turned out.  Vic Winter’s story is sweet, funny at times, and just the thing for anyone who’s ever been burned out and in need of a little break!


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