Finlay McIntyre (aka Raven) is a successful adult film star with a penchant for kilts, until an accident cuts short his stardom and leaves him with zero sexual desire, lowered self-esteem, and no job. He knew his porn career wouldn't last forever, but he wasn't prepared for retirement at 28. While trying to figure out the rest of his life, Raven agrees to attend a high school reunion. That's when a malfunctioning AC unit in his hotel room changes everything.
Caleb Sanderson, an entrepreneur with his own HVAC business, has no idea what to expect when he steps into Raven's hotel room to fix his AC unit. They're attracted to each other, but Caleb, closeted, can't afford a gay relationship, not with his mom pressuring him to produce grandchildren. If he wants to keep Raven - who no closet could hold - he'll need to tell his family the truth. But Raven has a few secrets of his own. He refuses to reveal his porn past to Caleb, a past that might be the final obstacle to Caleb and Raven having any kind of relationship.
We've sent an email with your order details. Order ID #:
To access this title, visit your library in the app or on the desktop website.
Very sweet ex porn story
- Morgan A Skye
Oo La la... men in Kilts!
I loved the way Raven overcomes his scars, physical and emotional.
Raven. I admired his strength, tenacity and how he goes for what he wants. I also liked that he didn't use sex in his business that he left that behind with the porn.
The outing scene. That was quite dramatic and i adored how Caleb's parents dealt with it.
Caleb's cousin. I loved how he was out and proud but took no flack from anyone and how he came to Raven;s defense when it was necessary.
Tartan candy is a fast paced fun romance. It has quite the cast of character's, and I loved them all. Caleb's family was fun, and I adored his cousin.
Raven is fabulous.
I wish there had been a bit more at the beginning of the accident or his old job. He still goes there, and we see his boss and friend, but it feels like this was a book from another, and I was missing a little something.
Having said that this story is great, it's a fun read, and I look for more in the fabric series!