This book was so depressing that a third into the story I decided to discontinue because I started getting depressions. One hero is confronted with an ill father who won't accept his limitations and who blames him for his twin sister's injuries, a business he needs to take care of and of which he has little knowledge and definitely didn't go to college for, and a so-called best friend who is pulling away and doesn't offer any real support.
The other hero has his sister's two children to take care of, one of them with special needs as he is autistic, while their mother awaits trial (what for I honestly have forgotten). I do like realistic fiction but lordy this accumulation of sorrow kind of overwhelmed me which is a pity as I really enjoyed some of Con Riley's other books, especially After Ben. DNF