The men of Lincoln County grow up strong and proud, their characters forged by tradition and the harsh and beautiful land of the High Lonesome. But gay isn't part of the Cowboy Way.
Graham and Tommy have been together their whole lives, best friends, and lovers. But they live in Lincoln County, and the strain of keeping their relationship hidden was already beginning to tell on them when Tommy was called up to go to war. A year in Iraq, and Graham fears that time and distance have severed their connection. He's not giving up, though; it's not in his nature.
Tommy came back from the war changed, they all did. But Tommy Lathrop is the Sheriff of Lincoln County and that hasn't changed. When vandalism targeting gays turns ugly, and a returning vet seems to be implicated, Tommy steps in. He's determined to protect his lover, his platoon mates and all of Lincoln County -- the life and people he loves. No matter the cost to himself.
Together, Graham and Tommy, their friends and family, will save Lincoln County, and in the process restore themselves.
Publisher's Note: This book contains explicit sexual content, graphic language, and situations that some readers may find objectionable: male/male sexual practices.
Genre: LGBT, Contemporary Western
Holiday: Memorial Day