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Meet the pro basketball players of Minnesota Eagles as they discover just how friends can turn into the men of their dreams.
"Refreshing, completely entertaining, and just a wonderful gay romance."
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"Wow! This is such a great book! So much more epic than I imagined it would be..."
JamG, Amazon Review
"Wonderful story full of emotion. I loved everything about this book." >br>Amazon Review
"This was such a sweet reunion and hopeful story that grabbed me and kept me reading..."
"Allows you to smile the entire way through!"
If you say those words, get caught glancing at his bulge, or share a heated kiss, it’s game over. The “no take backs” rule strikes, and there’s no way you can backtrack.
That’s the way it’s always been with me and Nate Griffin, my old best friend who thought he could change the rules.
It doesn’t matter that time and distance have pulled us apart. I’ve finally figured myself out and yanked my head out of my backside. Now, if only I can drag myself out of the closet and be the man I want to be for Nate…
But I’m a pro basketball player who has no desire to be a poster boy. Not only that, Nate and I don’t even live in the same country.
Nate, big-hearted guy he is, takes it all in his stride, and I can’t help but wonder if just maybe he’s too good for me. But hell if I can resist him.
It all boils down to: Do I want to take anything back when it comes to Nate Griffin?
"I loved every moment of this low angst, sweet with a bit of heat romance and couldn't stop reading it."
"I absolutely loved this book, even more than the first one in the series. I expected it to be a sweet and low-angst story - which it was, but it was so much more than that."
"Can I smile any bigger.... Nope! Heart... swelling!
Penny, Amazon Review
"This was low-angst, high-sweetness and just a joy to read."
"One of the better best friend romances I've read.... with such likeable characters, a heartwarming storyline and so well-written. Highly recommended!"
Devil Davis, Amazon Review
Some things you can’t just blurt out… right?
When you’ve shared a kiss with your best friend and it blows your mind—and other parts of your body—it’s inevitable that everything changes.
That’s the way it now is with me and Jayden Moore, my best friend who thought he could rock my world with no consequences, all while throwing me his signature grin.
But this is Jayden we’re talking about. He gets himself into unexpected trouble no matter what, and when visiting Australia, I’m compelled to make sure he doesn’t get eaten by a croc or try to steal a kangaroo. Like the glutton for punishment I am, I follow him.
And that’s all great until my desperation and big mouth send our worlds spiraling. Apparently, we’re now officially a couple. And because of course it goes one step further, I’ve now got my very own fake fiancé.
Being in the media is one thing, but being inspiration for others creates a whole new set of guilt and problems. But we’ll tackle it together and find our way back to how things were.
And if that’s not possible, just maybe Jayden and I can find ourselves with a brand-new label. One that’s real, and one I don’t run from. That’s the thing with Jayden: he has a way to extract my secrets. Whether he’s prepared for them or not.
Coming Sept/Nov 2022
"This was another touching story in this series and I am anxiously waiting for the next story. I do hope that Pearce will get a story."
"It was great seeing Ryan and Nate again and I'm eagerly looking forward to the next book in the series."
"I love the secondary characters and I can't wait to read the next book in this incredible series.
"It’s such a sweet romantic read with a little drama in the name of Lottie. Now I can’t wait for book 4."
Pining for your best friend sucks ass—and not the good kind of sucking. But I can’t back away, and I definitely can’t let go. Eddie Phelps is too damn important to me. He has my heart and soul. Well, he and his daughter, a ten-year-old who one day will run the world.
It’s not like I can even blame Eddie for mixed signals or anything. He’s done everything right. He always does. Honestly, that’s part of his problem.
But I won’t put pressure on him. That means it’s down to Eddie to see how freakin’ awesome a catch I am. I just have no idea how exactly I’ll get him to do that.
Sure, I’m a professional basketball player. But once upon a time, so was he. It’s going to take something huge to get him to see beyond my age *cough immaturity cough*. But since Eddie isn’t one for making wrong moves, I’m not sure a grand gesture will work.
That leads me back to pining, and hoping somehow, someway, he’ll see me as more than a joker. More than his best friend—even though I’m a kick-ass one. Maybe someday, he’ll know I’m exactly the person he needs to make the move on.