Stephani Hecht Left In The Darkness, New folder 1

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While mostly physically healed from a gay bashing
that almost left him dead, Taylor is still an emotional
mess. Not only does he have to deal with the fact that
his own brother was one of the attackers, but Taylor has
been disowned by his father as well. The only bright
spot in Taylor’s life is his small group of friends, but
even they have their own issues. Christian is now angry
all the time. James has to deal with his own
homophobic father. Devlin is wondering if he’ll ever be
able to measure up to others’ expectations. Worst of all,
Andy seems to be walking down a path that will only
lead to his destruction. Can the Haven House Coffee
Boys overcome all their obstacles? Or will the darkness
overcome them?
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Left In The Darkness
Copyright © 2012 Stephani Hecht
ISBN: 978-1-77111-221-5
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Left In The Darkness
Haven Coffee House Boys
Stephani Hecht
Chapter One
aylor pressed his head to the cool window as he
gazed down at the hospital parking lot. He still
couldn’t believe that just a week ago the area had been
filled with people instead of cars. Not just any people,
either, but his own classmates who were holding a vigil
for him.
He didn’t know if he wanted to laugh or cry over the
sheer irony of that. Who knew that to be popular, all he
had to do was get beaten nearly to death? How stupid of
him not to think of that before. But, then, in his defense,
they’d never offered that tidbit of advice in
. He could almost see the headline now,
to be popular? All you have to do is be on the wrong
end of a gay bashing.
Shoot, even the adults were going crazy over this. If
it wasn’t the media hounding him, then it was the
police. Of course, he couldn’t forget the time his uncle
came in for a visit. Not to check up on Taylor or
anything, but to tell him that his father thought that
maybe it wouldn’t be a good idea if he came home for a
Sure, his uncle might have tried to act like it was
only because one of Taylor’s attackers had been his
own brother. They all knew the real truth. His father
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