Rain City Tales Book 6
Size: 5.00 x 8.00 in
Kelton ran. Ran from the father who was supposed to love him. Ran from the lover he’d been caught with. Ran from his hometown of Ellensburg and the only life he’d known. After two years on the streets of Bellingham turning tricks to survive, Kelton found trust a hard commodity to trade. A chance encounter with businessman Alex Martinson after a john left him a room for the night resulted in an offer Kelton couldn’t refuse.
In his new role as houseboy and general domestic at the Martinson Estate in Shoreline, just north of the city of Seattle, Kelton finds himself safe, warm, and fed. Though not understanding the motivation behind Alex’s generous offer of college and a fresh start, he embarks on rebuilding his life, including singing lessons.
When Billy Winston reappears in his life, Kelton is torn between his loyalties to Alex and his former lover. Alex Martinson also has secrets, including the business associate he’s desperate to keep Kelton away from. With the culmination of Alex’s kindness and Billy’s encouragement coming in the form of a vocal concert set to change his life forever, Kelton must face his biggest fear.
Though the sixth book in the Rain City Tales Series, Song of Salvation is a stand-alone story and can be read out of sequence. There are no cliffhangers at the end of this book.
This book contains possible triggers for some readers. Please read the Trigger Warning. Note, there may be some spoilers in the Trigger Warning.