Tuesday 3rd January
How far would you go to save someone?
I can’t afford distractions.
I’ve been put on academic probation and I’m one mistake away from being expelled and losing everything I’ve worked so hard for.
All I want is to make my mother proud and honor her memory by getting my degree.
My plan this semester is to keep my head down, focus on my studies, and stay out of trouble.
But fate is fickle, and it seems like she has other plans when she suddenly dumps him at my feet.
Weston Perkins, the university’s star football player.
He’s the worst kind of distraction — beautiful and vicious, arrogant and hot as sin, troubled and vulnerable.
I can’t bear to be around him, and yet, I can’t seem to stay away.
But the more time I spend with him, the more I realize that there is something very wrong with West.
He’s harboring a dark secret and desperately needs a friend.
I’m going to help him, even if he doesn’t want it, and even if it means putting my future on the line.
Because some things in life are worth getting in trouble for.
Saving West is a slow-burn, emotional, hurt/comfort MM romance with moderate angst and a hard-earned HEA.
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It was supposed to be fun – but things are getting too real, too fast.
After I got dumped, I never got around to telling my best friend. Why relive the pain? But his New Year’s Eve wedding is coming up soon, and I also never got around to removing my ex from the guest list.
Cue my current hookup and Dom-on-demand, Damon, joking that he could stand in as my ex. A fake name, a fake relationship…
It’s a terrible idea. Of course I’m not going to do it.
But when I run into my best friend unexpectedly, I can’t bring myself to interrupt his dream wedding, and the little white lie just…
It’s only for the wedding. Only for New Year’s Eve. One little charade…
I know Damon isn’t interested in anything real. I know all those kisses and hugs are just for show. But I still can’t help falling under his spell.
I have to remember: after the wedding – and the year – is over, so is our fake relationship.
The clock is ticking down…
But what if our charade isn’t just an act?
Champagne Charade is a 31,000-word novella wrapping up the kinky Friends of Friends series with humor, heart, and a whole lot of heat. Say goodbye to the old year and hello to the new with this fake relationship romance, including hookups pining for more, a winter wedding for old friends, and a fresh start for everyone at the stroke of midnight.
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While visiting his brother in sunny Spain, Levi accepts an invitation for New Year’s Eve with local Alex. But Levi isn’t sure he’s ready for more than friendship. With an ocean between them and Alex hiding part of his life that Levi isn’t sure he can handle, they’ll need their own Three Kings’ Day miracle to stay together.
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