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2016 Rainbow Awards: Engaged to Win by Aubrey Cullens (385-09-03-2016)

Engaged to Win by Aubrey Cullens
Gay Contemporary Romance
Publisher: LoveLight Press (December 23, 2015)
Amazon Kindle: Engaged to Win

Can he fix the biggest mistake of his life?

Dillon Cross is the anti-politician: honest, idealistic, and a true public servant. But he's got one huge blot on his conscience.

Matt Mitchell.

Dill thought he was straight until he met Matt in college. On the verge of coming out just as he launched his political career, Dill was pushed into the closet by his father. Persuaded that an openly gay politician could never win, he sacrificed love--and Matt--and married a woman.

Now, years later, he's single again after losing his wife ... and a chance encounter with Matt turns both their worlds upside down.

Dill has never stopped loving the openly-gay screenwriter, and this time he's not willing to give him up. He'll do anything to keep him close--even risk tarnishing his squeaky-clean image.

Matt has never forgiven Dill for walking away. He can't deny his feelings, but trust is another matter.

Can two good-hearted men survive gossip, scandal, scheming exes, and political machinations to win their second chance at love?

(Engaged To Win is a standalone m/m contemporary gay romance of approximately 55,000 words containing profanity, mature adult content, two men who deserve a second chance at love, and a happily ever after ending.)

Rainbow Awards Guidelines: http://www.elisarolle.com/rainbowawards/rainbow_awards_2016.html

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