He’s suffering in silence…
Teague Carter, one of the four owners of Pier 70 Marina, has spent his life feeling rejected. To the point that he has never allowed himself to get close to anyone. He prefers it that way, in fact. But he refuses to believe that his destructive behavior might be something more than rebellion.
He’s unable to speak…
Hudson Ballard, Pier 70’s mechanic, has been fighting his attraction to Teague for years. He has stood by and watched the kid get more and more out of control, but this time is the last. If Teague wants to use sex to escape his problems, Hudson is certainly willing to be the one to show him that he’s good with more than just his hands.
Sometimes words aren’t necessary.
There are fireworks when this out-of-control bad boy agrees to no strings with this tatted up, dominating mechanic.
Can Teague and Hudson keep their emotions from getting involved in their arrangement? Or — thanks to the demons from their pasts — will the darkness steal from them before they have a chance?
I have been intrigued with Hudson and Teague from the very first book and I could not wait for their story. Hudson and Teague have an undeniable attraction that neither of them can deny, they have this wonderful connection.
Speechless tackles the hard subject of depression, and the effects it can have not only on those suffering but those who have to stand beside them, not sure how to help. Nicole Edwards writes this subject with such sensitivity giving you the reader an incite to the struggles of depression.
Hudson and Teague have off the charts sexual chemistry and when they are together the sparks radiate from them. Nicole yet again give you some scorching hot sex scenes for these two characters.
Teague has to come to terms with his illness, and learn to let others help him, to know that he has friends that he can lean on when times get tough. Teague needs to love himself while learning how to love Hudson and accepting the fact that he can be loved in return.
We get to catch up with some of the previous guys of Pier 70 which is nice to see where they are in there relationships.
Another great addition to the Pier 70 series.