Release Date: June 26, 2018
Received From: Review requested by the author
In a world of soulmates, what happens when you fall in love with someone you weren’t destined for?
Newly promoted Nicholas Carson has just moved to an upscale neighborhood in a seaside town. But despite his new life, everything seems drab and dull and colorless until he meets Brylant Harrigan at a local bar one night. He’s never fallen for a guy before, but something about Bry seems strangely attractive, and hauntingly familiar. Nicholas is sure he’s straight, yet he can’t seem to stay away from the other man, as if they’re bound together somehow. There’s something about Bry that makes his formerly dull days seem brighter and more colorful. For the first time in Nicholas’ prosaic, ordinary life, everything seems vivid.
The only problem is that Bry’s just found his soulmate… and it isn’t Nicholas.
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Publisher: Riptide Publishing
Release Date: October 2, 2017
Received From: NetGalley
Andy Tyler has been the class daredevil since middle school. Over the years, he’s convinced his best friend, Jake Masterson, to perform some dangerous-looking stunts with him. But the dare they attempt on the night of their college graduation goes sideways. The firecrackers explode too soon and both of them end up with badly burned palms.
But hey, nothing gets the “terrible two-o” down for long, and they recuperate in style at Andy’s family cottage in Cape Cod . As the weeks go by, both Andy and Jake grow frustrated over the inability to use their hands for all sorts of daily activities—including getting off. So Andy begins a new series of dares that don’t just cross the friendship line, they obliterate it.
But what might be mere sexual relief to Andy is serious business to Jake, who only recently got over years of secret pining for his straight best friend. Inevitably, the burns heal, summer ends, and hearts are broken. To fix things, Andy will have to face the greatest dare of all.
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