Inside Darkness by Hudson Lin

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Lin approaches her characters with thoughtful consideration, allowing them to grow and learn with each other’s support. The love story is almost underplayed as both Cam and Tyler get their lives in order, and it works.
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B&N Press Presents selection in summer 2018 for emerging authors and new voices.

He's come in from the field, but the darkness has followed him home. 

After a decade as an aid worker, Cameron Donnelly returns home jaded, tired, and with more than just a minor case of PTSD. Plagued by recurring nightmares but refusing to admit he has a problem, Cam quickly spirals into an alcohol-infused depression, and everyone around him is at a loss for how to help.

Journalist Tyler Ang met Cam on a reporting assignment in Kenya, and their first encounters were rife with hostility and sexual tension. Back in New York, their paths continually cross, and each time, Cam's brokenness reminds Ty more and more of his own difficult childhood. Letting Cam in goes against Ty's instinct to live life autonomously, but the damaged aid worker manages to sneak past his guard.

Their relationship is all sharp corners and rough edges, and just as they're figuring out how to fit together, a life-threatening accident puts it all in jeopardy. If they want a future together, both will have to set aside their egos and learn to carry each other's burdens.
 

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Published June 11, 2018 by Riptide Publishing.
Genres: Romance. Fiction
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Lin approaches her characters with thoughtful consideration, allowing them to grow and learn with each other’s support. The love story is almost underplayed as both Cam and Tyler get their lives in order, and it works.

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