Gabriel Stalling hasn’t
seen his twin brother Tristan in seven years. When Gabriel came out to his
parents they immediately disowned him and he left home and never looked back.
His one regret is that he left his brother behind. Although, they have managed
to stay in touch Gabriel has missed having his brother close by. He is very
excited that Tristan has finally decided to come and stay with him.
Tristan Stalling has
always regretted not standing up for his brother when he came out to their
parents. Instead he stayed home and towed his father’s line. He has always done
exactly what is expected of him until the day his carefully constructed life
came crashing down around him. Now he has gone from being a respected restaurateur to being broke and a total pariah in the business world.
The only person he can turn to is his brother.
I found BROKEN by Sage
Whistler to be an enjoyable and moving novel however, it does deal with
difficult subject matter that some will find objectionable. This is a twincest
story. Gabriel and Tristan’s feelings for one another run far deeper than that
of brothers and they express that love physically. The author handles this
issue with great care and in a very realistic manner. The emotions between her
heroes are very powerful and extremely genuine. Gabriel and Tristan face many
obstacles not the least of which is their own conflicted emotions. Both of
these men find it difficult to accept their feelings for one another but their
love cannot be denied. I came to care about Gabriel and Tristan and I found
myself rooting for them and hoping they would find a way to be together. BROKEN
is an engaging and emotionally stirring novel.