Gay Romantic Comedy
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press; 1 edition (August 12, 2014)
Amazon Kindle: Meet-Cute
Elliot Beck may not have been blessed with mad art skills, a crooner's voice, or a godlike physique, but he makes up for it with an abundance of quick-witted sarcasm, massive insecurities, and a love of bad boys.
After his best friend Trevor finds him naked and tied to his bed—abandoned by his latest troublemaker—Trevor convinces him to take a chance on a nice guy. When he has an awkward encounter in the men's restroom with a fitness instructor named Chase, he never suspects the Adonis might be his perfect bad boy.
2) That Place Across the Hall: Starts on pg. 72 of the Grand Adventures Anthology. Prequel to Imposter in zebra-striped briefs but all can be read as standalones.
Paperback: 320 pages
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press (March 31, 2014)
Amazon: Grand Adventures
Amazon Kindle: Grand Adventures
On September 1, 2011, TJ Klune wrote, "...it's not about the ending, it's about the journey..." in a review of Eric Arvin's Woke Up in a Strange Place. With those words, two men began a journey of love and invited us to ride along. TJ and Eric have shared so much with us: their wonderful books, their smiles, their humor, their lives, and their inspiring devotion to each other. In December of 2013, their journey took a detour when Eric was taken to the emergency room. He survived the surgery to remove a cavernous hemangioma from his brain stem, but the challenges TJ and Eric face are far from over.
The authors in this anthology donated their talent as a way to support Eric's continued recovery, to help bring strength to TJ, and to show both of them just how much love surrounds them. Grand Adventures is a diverse range of stories about the journey of love. We’re going on some grand adventures for a great cause. Thank you for joining us.
3) Imposter in Zebra-striped Briefs (The Seattle Chronicles) by C.C. Dado
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press; 1 edition (July 1, 2015)
Amazon Kindle: Imposter in Zebra-striped Briefs (The Seattle Chronicles)
The Seattle Chronicles
When recent college graduate Nathan Harris makes a life-changing move out from under his mother's thumb and into his own place, he is determined to take some risks. He is tired of not being good enough, tired of allowing his fears to control him.
What he thought would be an exciting adventure ends up being one jaw-dropping mishap of embarrassment after another, leaving him with a life he doesn't even recognize anymore.
His once boring, lonely existence has been replaced by a brownstone filled with colorful friends, a rough around the edges, tattooed bad boy best friend, and a stripper for a boyfriend who's not even sure he’s gay.
Really liked That Place Across the Hall and Imposter in Zebra-striped Briefs because they had the same characters and were great fun to read.
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