Title ~ Possibilities
Author ~ T.A. Chase
Publisher ~ Pride Publishing
Published ~ 3rd November 2015
Genre ~ Contemporary M/M Romance
When Dixon and Carson meet during a hurricane, neither imagined that moment would be the beginning of a new relationship.
Dixon White owns Billy’s Diner in Brevard County, Florida—right down the road from Patrick Air Force Base. He serves a lot of the servicemen and their families who live and work on the base and does it in honor of his brother who served as a SEAL until a motorcycle accident ended his life. When Dixon finds himself stuck in a broken down car just as a hurricane hits the area, he’s not sure how’s he going to get home.
Master Chief Sergeant Carson LaSalle is headed to the base when he drives by Billy’s Diner. He sees Dixon’s car there and stops, checking to see if everything is okay. He takes Dixon home, but can’t stop thinking about him.
After the hurricane blows through, both men meet again and the sparks fly. Possibilities open up for them to have a chance at finding love. They just have to be willing to try.
Dixon and Carson meet in a hurricane, literally. Dixon's car had stopped just two blocks from home and Carson had stopped by to see if he was okay. The two men couldn't be more different - Dixon runs a diner and Carson works for the para-rescue team. Carson had been intrigued by the diner owner well before the hurricane, and even though he was due to deploy in a month, he wanted to get to know Dixon better.
There really isn't a lot more I can tell you about this short story - it actually felt like a chapter in a book, and as it was only thirty odd pages long, it was hard not to want more. The set up was nicely done - Dixon and Carson were different, but they had an appreciation for what the other one did for a living. There is a lot hinted about in this story - Dixon's relationship with his dead brother, Carson's dogs and his possible deployment. But all we really got was a couple of days and while the connection was new, and totally hot, I honestly would have liked to see this one as a full book.