Dr. Sebastian Masters has lost his job from Eastbridge hospital, due to insubordination. But now he has come across the perfect woman, Dawn Turlo, who would give him another opportunity – another job offer and his own building with staff. The only catch is marriage. But the problem lies deeper with Sebastian. He doesn’t know how to love someone, and turns to his long-time friend, Jaysen Stripe for help. Meanwhile, Adam Ludsgarden, Sebastian’s nephew, has sunk deeper into depression due to the loss of his best friend Curtis Brown. Adam has secluded himself in his room and only comes out when necessary, and where Sebastian fails to try with him, Jaysen finds the proper words to sooth his pain. But as Dawn starts to show her true colours and the way she feels, everything starts to spiral downward under the same roof. Can Sebastian hold everything together? Can he keep the peace? Can he keep his feelings in check after everything that had happened before with Jaysen? The suspicions grow intense, and finally Dawn Turlo is exposed to the truth. What Sebastian and Jaysen find out is astonishing.
Sebastian’s Master’s is undergoing a great deal of suspicion. He’s losing patients in the operating room, even under the simplest of procedures – and he doesn’t know why. He feels that he’s not living up to the high standards of his own occupation. Adam Ludsgarden – Sebastian’s nephew – is now in high school, but is being a smart mouth. Since he’s learned that Sebastian’s roommate, Jaysen Stripe is gay, Adam suspects his Uncle Sebastian of sexual acts. Harping on the thought of his father’s death, Adam takes matters into his own hands by attempting to ruin his uncle’s reputation – with the help of a friend. After a while of tormenting Sebastian, it’s up to Adam and his friend to make the ultimate sacrifice.
October 21, 2018Format: Kindle EditionThe author really shows his mettle in this story. Mr. Nosach has taken on the topic of abuse, drinking and suicide. Adams best friend Curtis is being beaten by his drunken father and gets to the point where he finds only one solution. Adam feels the loss profoundly and Sebastian doesn’t know how to handle his nephews grief. The story is told with compassion and I gave it five stars for sensitive story telling
Michael and Brenda Moretti supported their son, Bryan, to open his own book store because of his passion for reading and kept nearly every novel he read. Bryan Moretti ended up filing the garage with boxes of them.Not to soon after opening the shop a few city blocks from the house, he and his father get a phone call on a cold February morning. Brenda had died in a car accident, which breaks Bryan’s heart, and leads both Michael and Bryan down dark paths.To what length do they go to deal with their grief? Will one of Bryan’s pen pals be his savior? Is there a light at the end of a very dark tunnel?
About Paul Nosach
I was born and raised in Toronto, Ontario. Ever since Junior high school, I have been writing (staying up at odd hours of the night). Only recently have I thought of music to push me. Every book I’ve written has a soundtrack, which are carefully selected songs (from popular artists to the mundane). I always start writing and give myself a deadline of four months to complete a novel. But as we all know, personal deadlines don’t always pan out in our favour. My ideal night for writing: 1) A hot cup of tea. 2) A crisp, rainy evening. 3) The best music. I usually start writing at eleven at night, and don’t stop until my brain is mush, or I can’t spell properly.
After the vicious and brutal murder of Jacob Langendoen, God has accepted him in His domain. But as Jacob has come to reside in Heaven, he has been given a dangerous task – to keep the Dagger of Ki away from any unwanted forces. Unfortunately, Jacob unknowingly loses the weapon, but he doesn’t know who had taken it. Jacob comes across many colourful characters in Heaven, and is in desperate to get what was made back. On the other hand, He wishes to see his parents, but in doing so, leads Jacob to somewhere he wishes he would never have to go. After taking so much advise into account, Jacob soon learns that what’s most important could ruin Heaven and God’s kingdom. But who had taken the weapon and why? Who could be so untrustworthy in Heaven, that they would take what was not necessarily theirs to begin with? And what would it cost if Jacob can’t get it back? The questions lead to desperate measures and soon Jacob Langendoen finds himself with a choice only he must make.
Born deaf from birth, Ethan Godfrey wishes to be the first deaf international model, but living with his brother, Eric, isn’t easy. As compromises are made, Ethan soon starts to face the Devil, which his father, Jeffery Godfrey, thinks it’s his son’s pure imagination and is being childish about the whole idea. Eric tries to take Ethan’s side, but finds himself in a pickle when he receives a long-distance phone call from Lisa Godfrey, their mother, explaining her dire situation, giving Eric unimaginable pressure. Can this family hold it together with all their lies and deceit? How will Lisa and the twins convince their father the Devil is real? As the questions start to build, the Godfrey family begins to fall apart, and there is more the Devil has in store for the Godfrey family.
February 18, 2018Format: Kindle EditionThis was so different than Mr. Nosach’s other books but enjoyable. The Godfrey family is in turmoil and the author captures this. One son suffers from hallucinations or does he? Is the devil real? A mother has a wicked secret. All these things come together in a taut suspenseful tale. Mr. Nosach has dabbled in the paranormal before but this is for real. BROKEN TRUST is well written and it deserves 5 stars.
Sebastian Masters now has a son, naming his child after him and needs the help of his roommate, Jaysen Stripe. Work has gotten in the way, and Sebastian has barely any time to see his beloved boy, unless he’s sleeping or at the breakfast table. Soon both Dr. Masters and Jaysen discover something that Sebastian II is capable of doing and is very frightening. But how will they determine what it is? And furthermore, how can this child’s deadly gift be treated? Sebastian Masters is forced to stop everything due to a job opportunity, which would uproot everything Dr. Sebastian Masters’ father had ever built, and put him back in California. But will Sebastian Masters’ choices lead him deeper into trouble? Or could this decision benefit him in unremarkable ways at the sacrifice of his son?