Jeff's a decent guy from the wrong side of the tracks. Badly hurt by a failed relationship, he's wary of commitment. Evan lost his first love ten years ago and still isn't quite over it. After a chance meeting, they realize that this could be more than they ever hoped for, if they can find the courage to trust and believe. (in progress)
'52 Panhead is my second posted effort at long fiction. The first was Stonegate Stables. Jeff and Evan and the other characters in '52 Panhead are figments of my overworked imagination and shouldn't be confused with any living, breathing people. There is a fair amount of graphic same-sex sex in this story, so bail out now if you need to by law or personal preference. Having said that, this is by no means a stroke story; it's the story of four men and the gradual development of their intertwined relationships. 'Panhead' refers to an engine configuration that Harley Davidson produced between 1948 and 1965.