Learning Curve, the fourth Life Lessons book, takes Tony and Mac to their HEA, but along the way they deal with toxic family, murder, teens in trouble, and a recovery that’s taking too long for Mac’s peace of mind. Mac’s past comes back to haunt him, and Tony’s dedication to his students is tested. I can’t wait for you to see these guys taking care of each other and the kids, as they fight for their happy ending.
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Tony glanced up from the stove as Mac came into the kitchen. “There you are. You almost missed dinner. Luckily for you I got behind schedule.” He took a longer look. Mac’s expression was odd, at once happy and very anxious. “What have you been up to?”
Tony would’ve let that go, except for the way Mac wouldn’t meet his eyes. It was probably cheating to say, “You don’t have to tell me,” in a disappointed voice, but it worked.
Mac hesitated a minute longer, then said, “Oliver asked me to come in for a little while.”
“In… to the precinct?” Tony was proud of how casually he said that. “What for?”
“There was a witness who would only speak to me. He asked me to sit in on the interview.”
“Okay. This was someone you knew?”
“Something like that. Probably just a one-time deal. It was kind of fun to be useful again.”
Mac wasn’t looking at him. Tony dished out carrots and pork chops with a steady hand. “Tell me later. Would you call the kids please?”
Mac seemed suspiciously happy to duck out of his line of sight and bellow up the stairs for the kids. Tony added potatoes to each plate and carried them to the table. Ben and Anna clattered down the wooden steps, the noise loud overhead. Tony mentally put “carpeting the stairs” on Mac’s to-keep-him-busy-and-not-crazy list. Maybe they could get a cheap runner carpet.
They sat in their seats and began eating. Mac had a good appetite, Tony noticed, and he seemed really interested in the kids’ accounts of their day. Really interested. He almost never looked Tony’s way. Tony ate his pork chop and plotted interrogation by blow-job for the evening. Something was definitely up…
Watch Mac and Tony work their way through murder, parenting, and the shadows of Mac’s past, to reach their HEA in Learning Curve.