WHEN SOULS COLLIDE by N.J. Nielsen
When Souls Collide by N.J. Nielsen
Reviewed by Lisa
From bad to worse…Riley Stuart left Australia for Texas to marry his pregnant chat room friend Karen Golding even though both know he’s gay. When Karen crashed her car into a tree and died her family showed their true colors by evicting Riley and Kai, the infant son he adopted at birth, followed by dumping them on the side of a dirt road in the pouring rain with only the clothes on their back.
Stumbling across another ranch Riley hides the two of them in the hayloft with the intention of leaving before anyone discovers them. The next morning Noah Johnson, owner of the Triple H, finds a man and a baby in his barn. A kind hearted, quietly gay man Noah can’t turn his back on the obviously desperate man and his sweet baby.
Planning on taking Kai back to Australia with him Riley’s begins to think twice about leaving the longer they spend time with Noah. The hand of friendship is evolving into something much stronger for both men, especially when others disagree with their lifestyle and start to cause trouble, deadly trouble.
Tensions run high in the emotionally challenged drama When Souls Collide. Decent, honorable men are faced with bigotry and worse, which ultimately makes them show that their true colors are pure. The expected difficulties are dealt with in short order so there aren’t any big surprises, but it’s the developing relationship between Riley, Noah, and Kai that make When Souls Collide an enjoyable story. Lots of turmoil, a little bit of sex, and loads of love for the little family in When Souls Collide. A sweet and feel good read.