Picking Up the Pieces by Wes Boyd

Author's Description:
"I love you, Dave!" When Dave heard his wife's last words on his cell phone as he watched the World Trade Center tower fall from the sky, he felt that except for his two sons, his life wasn't worth living any more. But then, some unique old friends came out of a past he thought he'd put behind him, and helped him put his life back together again in ways he never could have expected... and then it was his turn to help his friends when problems arose in their lives. Updates Tues-Thur-Sat.
Size: 915 KB ( ~ 173,511 words)
Sex Contents: Minimal Sex
Tags: Ma/Fa, Consensual, Romantic, Slow

Review by pawwriter   [other reviews by pawwriter]

Reviewed: 2014-10-07

This was a very good story about a man getting over his wife, who he was actually talking to when the World Trade Center went down. He has 2 young sons, so it is not going to be easy.

He is helped by two women from his high school class who quickly show up, one who is a psychologist. The other is a very tall woman who he gradually falls in love with.

There is a lot of 'it is not bad to be different' stuff because the psych was a sex change and both women got involved in that world & gays. It was well handled however.

The romance took a while also. The editing was very good with very few mistakes. My one problem was the details of his job was not detailed enough for me. I have just gotten involved with editing the last few months and more details would have been helpful. Normally i would not have cared about it, so it is not really a problem.

I did have a good ending which is one thing I look for. A very good read.

Plot: 10 | Technical Quality: 9 | Appeal to Reviewer: 10