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Gary should be living it up in his South Tower unit of Metropolis, but he's having a hard time adjusting to his newly single status. It's not easy to walk away from five years with his ex, who he discovered was cheating on him with some North Tower twink. After a night out partying, licking his wounds, he goes to bed alone. When he wakes the next morning, there's a naked guy in his bed. Not just any guy. A stud from North Tower. But hot as he is, what the hell is he doing in his room?
Travis doesn't get why Gary's freaking out. So he went home with Gary's roommate and accidentally crawled into the wrong bed. It's not the first time he's woken up in a strange place. Maybe Gary would loosen up a little if he gave it a try as well. Travis has more important things to deal with though...like his meeting with an investor who could give him the money to start his massage clinic.
They're both sure that's the last time they'll have to deal with each other until a mix-up leads Gary's ex and Travis's investor to think they're an item, which Gary and Travis use to their benefit by posing as a couple around town. Soon, they discover the chemistry between them is off the charts. Travis brings out a sexual confidence Gary didn't know he had - one Travis enjoys exploring with him. But as the two keep up their boyfriend hoax, Gary realizes Travis isn't as shallow as he thought. Gary's starting to develop feelings for him. But Travis doesn't do relationships, and Gary should know better, considering they're just faking it.
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By Shandara Majere on 04-04-17
Falling in love never easy that's why it's called falling and not soaring or dancing or any othe positive proclaimation but when you see it even in a book it gives you hope. Hope for your own HEA..and that's what this book does. It doesn't pull it's punches it shows heartache with a side of debilitating doubt and then shows you that despite all the obstacles in our way none are greater than the ones we place in our own way. Overcoming the fear and letting someone see us hoping that they do but fearing that they won't is horrible. But for those moments when the veil parts and you get a glimpse at something so magnificent that you have to try even if it costs you everything even if it starts out on a lark..when you find it your soul flies and you realize that if you fall you won't do it alone..that person that see's you falls too and they catch you just as you catch them. That's what this book does and does so well it makes you smile and believe and hope it's a lot to accomplish bilut good writers manage it and make it look easy Devon and Riley do that here.
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By Paul oberon on 05-22-17
Really held my interest. Fully developed characters. The authors capture themes true to the struggles we as gay men have with intimacy. helped by a talented and lively narrator, Michael Pauley, who succeeded in distinguishing voices and expressing real emotion. I ordered all his other books as a result.
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