Release Date: July 20, 2015
Pages or Words: 172 pages
Publisher: Appleton Publishing Avenue
Cover Artist: Allison Cassatta
Categories: Contemporary, Fiction, Gay Fiction, Humor, M/M Romance
Blurb: Seven years ago one of them made a mistake.
That mistake will change six lives forever.
Ryder made a mistake Harlan can't forgive. Will Ryder cross a line no man should cross to obtain a second chance?
Ritchie won't admit he's heartbroken. Emery won't accept less than all of Ritchie's affection. How will arrogant Emery win snarky Ritchie for his own?
Fuzzy is an unsatisfied ladies' man. Geoff's a bear-loving man who satisfies. Problem? Convincing a straight man that satisfaction might be just around the bend.
Warning: This book is chocked full of domineering men who don’t like to take no for an answer. If arrogant alpha men make your heart beat faster and other places tingle, this is the book for you.
“What are you? My mother?”
He winked at Ritchie. “Not exactly, I don’t have the proper equipment for that. Though now I think I should start pitying myself that you didn’t notice.” And for the first time throughout this whole weird interaction, the stranger’s smile turned into an exaggerated version of a pout.
Ritchie rolled his eyes for real this time, and against his will, he felt himself smirking in response to that pout.
“Ah ha!” Not surprisingly, the pout disappeared. “I knew I would break down your defenses eventually. So who is he?”
“Excuse me?” Hadn’t he already said that during this conversation?
“Who’s the guy that’s got you all knotted up? Only way for someone to look that downcast is when love’s involved. Since you aren’t all pissy and mad, well, not any more than what I assume’s the norm for you”—the man chuckled at his own joke—”I have to deduce that it’s unrequited love. The guy obviously doesn’t understand what a joyful gem you are. So I repeat, who is he? Shall I hunt him down and explain the error of his ways?” He popped a bit of scone into his mouth and managed to smile through the closed-mouth chewing process.
“I’m sorry, am I putting off a vibe saying that I’m a people person or something? Because if so, I need to fix my vibe-o-meter. What makes you think it’s a guy anyway?”
The stranger held up his finger in a “wait a minute” gesture and washed down his scone with his black coffee. “Oh no, you’re all about the ‘stay the fuck away’ vibes. I would say your vibe-o-meter’s working perfectly. You didn’t blink.”
“Then why’re you here? I didn’t blink?”
“Because your sad face called to me, screamed actually. I want you happy. When I mentioned Mrs. Glein and her ruthless plan to convert me, you didn’t blink. So where do you hail from, since you aren’t a resident of my town?”
Ritchie felt like he had to hold his head to keep up with this conversation. “Huh?”
“Well, you don’t appear local, so where do you reside? Where do you lay that pretty head of yours down at night? Where do you toss your shoes off as soon as you saunter through the front door?”
“So you just happen to know everyone who lives in this town?”
The faux shocked expression failed to impress Ritchie, though the hand to the heart added a nice personal touch. “But of course!”
About the author:
I annoy, love, respect, scare, seduce, hurt, anger, infatuate, frustrate, flatter, envy, amuse and tolerate everyone. I just do it better in writing thanks to a little thing called…edits.
Okay no, seriously…I'm a simpleminded person who enjoys the escape from real life through a book. I write with the group Story Orgy and hope to continue doing so for a long time. I also am privileged to be with the Pulp Friction writers, creating intermingling books in a world all our own.
I recently took the drastic step of quitting my EDJ (evil day job) and am now living in the gorgeous desert in Arizona making a go at this writing stuff full time…and I can’t see me regretting this decision ever.
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I specialize in writing boyxboy though I read almost everything...and I fancy myself as slightly funny every once in a while. :)
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