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Outback Boys is a sweet and sexy feel-good M/M romance series complete with bruised butts, rope burn, and overworked muscles… all in the pursuit of adventure, of course!
Book 0.5 Short Story - Only available in e-book
Adorable and hot Aussie Guys
Hilrarious, cringeworthy moments
Just a touch of HFN heat
Short, sweet loveliness
Cory is pursuing a life of fun, no stress, and taking chances. All three are put to the test when out paddleboarding with the Outback Boys activity group. His chilled morning takes a twist when he loses the battle with jellyfish.
In need of rescue, Cory is more than okay with lifeguard Eric being the man to save him.
Between drug-induced rambling and overly helpful friends, it’s clear Cory wants more than mouth-to-mouth with the delicious lifeguard. It’s up to him to risk the sting of rejection in the hope that Eric sees him as more than just a guy he saved.
Book 1, Novella
"This story is one big goofy grin, and I love it."
"This was one of those love stories that just make you feel good. It’s like a big hug at the end of the day, and my heart is full."
"The story was a nice short, sweet, low angst romance that kept me smiling."
Carissa, Amazon Review
"I loved it most of the time I was smiling laughing and mumbling while reading it. Loved the story line and the characters."
Trey has a problem he’s worked hard to manage. It involves not turning into a bumbling mess while around a gorgeous brown-haired man who’s way out of his league. Eight months’ practice from being part of the same LGBTQIA+ adventure group, Outback Boys, means he’s perfected the skill.
That’s until an epic stumble makes his head spin and he throws all caution to the wind. But there’s no turning back now, especially since a snow-filled trip means they’re forced to spend even more time together.
Mark has no concerns about the changes unfolding between him and Trey, the giant of a man who’s adorably reserved. He’s been crushing on him for so long that he’s eager to explore more. But when their latest adventure is over and they fall back into the real world, balancing work, life, and a relationship proves more challenging than he envisioned.
Something has got to give, and neither man knows the best way ahead without upsetting the status quo. Can the two Aussies work their way through their new connection, or will they stumble at the first hurdle in their way?
"Emotional and gripping, this story will pull you in and keep you turning page after page."
Maria Vickers, Author
"Wow! Just wow! For the first part of this book, I thought this was just another fluffy romance. Boy, did it ever have hidden depths to it. This was such a wonderful book of love and healing."
She who shall remain nameless TOP 1000 REVIEWER
"This book was emotional, but beautiful. I love a book that isn’t just a love story, but also deals with real life issues. This one really did. It dug deep, it hurt, but it healed too."
Penny, Amazon Review
"This story gives you all the feels...so much emotion! The characters were wonderful. The romance was sweet and sexy but loaded with drama. The story was powerful but there was humor at times and a lot of heart."
Aiden is content keeping people at a distance and ensuring his boundaries are impenetrable. There’s safety in not opening up, but there’s also a loneliness he doesn’t realise exists until he meets Riley, a new member of the LGBTQIA+ adventure group Outback Boys.
Fascinated by the new guy, Aiden is quick to discover his flirtation skills are rusty and his sweet-talking is cringeworthy. But sweet and clumsy Riley doesn’t seem to mind so much.
Even though Riley doesn’t quite know how to handle Aiden’s intensity, he’s willing to step out of his comfort zone and see how their tentative friendship unravels.
Between a surf lesson that resembles a kangaroo on acid and paddle boarding that is trickier than walking a tightrope, Aiden and Riley discover love may be a possibility after all.
Happiness relies on honesty and openness, though. And with both men holding on tightly to past struggles, their future together is at risk. Can the two Aussies bounce back and heal themselves and each other, or are some wounds too raw to recover from?