Above all Troels is a creature of superbly developed animal instinct, unvexed by any ideas of morality.
Expertly, Gale teases out the threads that bind these two men. Harry knows how dangerous Troels can be, but cannot release himself. But he goes with Troels. Neither of these self-proclaimed healers is as benevolent as he first appears. The world will not accept him as he is and punishes him for expressing his sexuality, while he is pressured from within by the destructive pattern of self-hatred expressed in his relationship with Troels. A Place Called Winter does not offer resolution, but it does offer hope that emotional truth and loyalty to that truth may be a way forward for Harry.
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