Tuesday 30th April
“I don’t want options. I just want you.”
Robert McKenzie has a secret. As the only straight player on an all-LGBT soccer team, he’s known to fans as “McWhataWaste.” No one would guess Robert’s actually bisexual. At twenty-one, on the verge of a brilliant career in video game design, he’s finally ready to be his true self. The only thing keeping him in the closet is…his gay best friend?
Liam Carroll has a problem. His gorgeous pal and teammate wants to kiss him and touch him and…everything with him. But for how long? With Robert embarking on a bright future—far from their rough-and-tumble East End streets—Liam may soon be left behind. He can’t risk falling in love with a man he can’t live without. His solution? Keep things casual, “see what happens.”
Aye, right. After a single camping trip, the bridge back to mere friendship is well and truly burned. Now Robert wants more than sex, but diehard cynic Liam won’t drop the barriers around his heart. These two tough center-backs must find a way forward as lovers, or their lifelong bond—the heart of the Warriors team—will rupture for good.
Get the deal
When Dylan Alexander’s friend asks him to the Easter fair, he’s reluctant to go seeing as Easter brings back bad memories for him. But he’s sure this year will be different, so he accepts the invitation.
Beckham Adams is downright upset when he loses a bet with his best friend and has to dress up as the Easter bunny all day at the fair.
When a chance meeting brings them together, will they both find somebunny to love?
Get the deal
A gay romance “enemies to lovers” story about two guys trying to move on from the past, and the healing power of love.
~ ~ ~
Rory A. Phillips is sick of being haunted. Sick of hurting. Sick of being so fucking lost. Whenever he ‘sees’ his best friend William, he’s packing up his motorbike and on the move. But is there a place he can run to that will ever be free of William? A place where he could ever learn to love? A place he can call home?
After losing his last living relative, Eric Graham moves to Wellington to start a new job and a new life. Alone—save for his grandpa’s ashes he can’t bring himself to scatter in the sea. The only guy in the city he knows is a homophobic prick that he wants nothing to do with—but he just can’t stop running into him.
Rory and Eric, both grieving and alone, are searching for a way to move on.
And maybe the best way to do that is together.
~ ~ ~
Tropes: enemies-to-lovers, second chance, redemption, big city, fish out of water, inconvenient attraction, first time, slow burn romance
Genre: New Adult contemporary gay romance
Length: ~72.000 words
Each of the four fun & sexy gay romance novels in the “Enemies to Lovers” series can be read as a stand-alone and in any order.
Get the steal
Always check to make sure the discounted price is still valid before purchase as some deals may have expired or deals may not be available in your local Amazon store.