Kevin Flaherty’s life really sucks. Laid off from his job, forced to sell his motorcycle, and facing eviction from his apartment--things can hardly get worse. Reduced to working a low paying job at a car wash, Kevin is too embarrassed to even tell close friends that he is barely surviving.When divorce lawyer Michael Bennett comes in to have his Maserati cleaned, Kevin instantly recognizes him. An openly gay twenty-one-year-old Michael was fifteen-year-old Kevin’s dream. But when the teen-aged Kevin flirted with Michael, he was soundly rejected as too young. Nine years later, Michael is surprised how attracted he is to Kevin. After Michael takes the now not-too-young beautiful Kevin out, he also takes him home.When he learns of Kevin’s situation, a smitten Michael makes it his job to clean up the disaster that Kevin’s life has become. But his take-charge, bossy way irritates a sensitive Kevin who isn’t used to someone taking over his life. Michael’s no prince and Kevin’s not Cinderella; it's going to take a lot more than a kiss to make their happily ever after.Publisher's Note: Car Wash was previously released by another publisher and has been revised and re-edited in this edition.