Sean is only twenty-seven, but he’s already lost everything that gave him life. On the verge of losing hope for a future, he moves to a town where no one knows about him, the death of his child, or his failed marriage; but when his nightmares and his guilt follow him without the pitying glares, he realizes he can’t move forward on his own.
Jonah has worked tirelessly to keep his father’s memory alive and be a fixture in the small town he grew up in. Now, nearing forty, his dreams have been long forgotten to keep everyone else’s alive, and he doesn’t know how to reclaim his life as his own without losing his last connection to his father.
But when the two men’s lives collide, they’re forced to confront their grief and accept that there can be life and hope after loss—if you’re willing to chase it.
Chasing Hope is a ~68k small-town, second chance at love, M/M Romance. There are subject matters in this book that may act as triggers for some. Readers are invited to check out the complete trigger warning on the copyright page, which can be viewed by clicking on the "Look Inside" preview or by downloading the sample on amazon/kindle. These triggers contain spoilers for the book.
Love the characters and I love the storyline. I bet this book will help other people that go through something like this. First time I read a book of yours and loved it so much I will buy it so I can read it again.
It was one of the most stunning books I've ever read.
And I could feel every emotion deep inside my heart. It was breathtaking.
- Goodreads Reviewer
Can the Stars Make Two Friends Lovers or Break them Apart Forever?
When Noah loses his best friend Rory to cystic fibrosis, he feels lost without her unconditional love and support.
Ezra—the one who understands his grief—suggests they embark on something they've been planning for years: a road trip along the Eastern Seaboard. But Ezra has a secret no one knows—he’s been in love Noah for years.
Ezra fears he won’t be able to hold back his feelings as they fulfill Rory’s biggest dream on her bucket list. Noah worries the connection he has with Ezra's lost without Rory to guide them together. But through their grief, the question remains: If you follow your heart, can you find love as bright as the stars?
Follow the Stars is a best friends to lovers, bisexual awakening, close proximity, MM romance that features neurodivergent hero and a neurotypical hero who discover how love can be found even in the deepest of grief.
Coffee, with a double shot of desire....
West is still floundering three years after a failed relationship spun his life out of control, and forced him to move back to his hometown. When he meets Rhys at Bold Brew, his curiosity sparks, and he wonders if the alluring photographer could be his shot at embracing the inner Little he suppressed in the past. Rhys's photos are a passionate exploration and call to West's needs and desires.
Rhys loves to guide and nurture partners—then send them on their way. But something about West is different. The quiet man responds to Rhys's Daddy dominance in beautiful ways. And the camera loves him, too.
When West agrees to a photoshoot, their chemistry ignites. Rhys and West are a perfect complement to one another's cravings. But can this double shot at love last as long as one of Rhys’s photographs, or will they drink their fill and move on?
Double Shot is a stand-alone novel in the multi-author Bold Brew shared universe centered around an inclusive coffee shop set in a fictional small city. Each steaming hot coffee shop romance can be enjoyed alone, but collect all ten for the most fun!
Potential Trigger Warning for a character discussing issues with alcoholism.
There is no relapse on page.
First time reading this author but won't be the last. The story, although normally not my usual kink, was very well written.