Losing Sight of the Target

MLR Press
M/M Contemporary Sports

Both Justin and Caesar are losing sight of their own targets, but are finding how much fun it is to focus on new ones.

Justin Isaksen is a 25-year-old US Olympian competing in his first Games. It will be his last because the doctors discovered that he is losing his eyesight faster than they thought he would. He’ll be legally blind by the time the next Games roll around. Justin has to lean how to deal with end of his competition career.

Caesar Gikas’ job is dangerous and he travels the world searching for targets. He does what he does because he’s good at it, but it’s lonely work. Then a chance encounter with Justin shows Caesar that there just might be someone out there for him.

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