Thursday 21st March
Parris: I spent a lifetime in Umberland one weekend. That’s what it’s like in small towns, and also why I don’t come back too often. I never felt I fit in, until I left. Life as an international photographer suits me a lot better than life in this sleepy little town. But I promised to stay a few weeks to appease my mom. Things take a turn for the worse when I accidentally hit an off-leash dog, but when we get to the vet, I find out this dog’s owner is a hot mechanic. While I’m stuck here, I figure I’ll get to know him — wink wink — to stave off the inevitable boredom.
Once he forgives me, things with Caleb move fast. He’s tougher to let go of than I dreamed anyone or anything could be. But I’m here for a good time, not a long time. And it’s time for me to fly.
How come it doesn’t feel so good to run off and escape my hometown? Why do I miss him so much? And how is Umberland feeling less like a jail, and more like… my home?
Caleb: Umberland is my life. I’m a good son. I take care of my mom–she and her therapy dog need me. So when some playboy hotshot hits Mom’s dog with his car, I’m ready to blow. But then he turns out to be really kind, and… really s*xy. He makes me feel things I haven’t felt in, maybe, ever. We get close. And I start to dream of more.
But like I said, I’m a good son. I’m the only one who can take care of mom, so I won’t get involved with a player. But she likes Parris. And when she starts to push me out of the nest, it hurts to realize that I might be the one holding myself back.
Running Off is the fifth book in the Rainier Family series and can be read on its own. 55k words of heart-warming, star-crossed, meant-to-be love, growing up and out, busybody Rainiers, and a whole big, bustling, small-town family waiting for its HEA.
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Avery Syracuse is a New York transplant with the Skeenville Fire Department. He’s a little rough around the edges, but loveable. Down on his luck in the romance department, he could use some help with the bills and is looking for a roommate when new transfer, Luke Turner arrives.
Luke is one of the best firemen Avery has ever seen, and it doesn’t make sense for Luke to be wasting his time in Skeenville. The two men have an instant connection, although Luke has never been into guys before. While Avery is very attracted to Luke, he knows there is something the guy is hiding, and he’s worried that if they get involved, this secret may come around and bite him in the ass one day.
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“Of course I’d end up owning a house with the stranger I tongue-kissed while high at a funeral. It’s like the only possible outcome with me.”
Chris Solomon has it all – a career, a New York apartment, a hot model fiancé, and a wedding to plan. Then there’s the house in New Hampshire, a historic farmhouse belonging to his childless Aunt Becky, a prize that Chris’s family always expected would be divided between Chris and his sister Josephine.
So comes as something of a shock when Aunt Becky dies and leaves Josephine’s half of the house to a pansexual male stripper named Jody Ohanian.
When Chris’s life and relationship explode in dramatic fashion, he heads for the peace and quiet of New Hampshire, only to find that the sexy, unconventional Jody has already moved into his half of the house. And that the place looks a cross between Grey Gardens and The Money Pit.
It’s the last place in the world Chris anticipates finding comfort or joy, but love has a habit of blooming where you least expect it.
The characters in this 80,000 word novel are far from perfect, so if all infidelity offends you, best skip this one.
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A mystery sexter, a hookup, and some sexy yoga times…but real life isn’t all rosy sunsets and walks along the beach.
Jasper is licking his wounds in paradise after being dumped, according to his ex, for someone more adventurous. The romantic Hawaiian getaway for two he booked hadn’t featured his sister as his plus one, but sometimes real life sucks.
For the two weeks he’s there his plans include hot dates with a sun lounger and working his way through the local craft beers. Nothing more.
Until he receives a sext from a wrong number. A mystery yoga instructor offering a private session to teach him the plow, and maybe even get plowed. Jasper’s never had a hookup with anyone before, but perhaps it’s time to prove his ex wrong.
One night with Tamal, no matter how hot it is, isn’t enough, yet that doesn’t change the fact this thing between them can’t last. Because time is running out. Jasper has to leave, has to return to London and real life.
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