Hell and High Water (M/M College Romance)

Coastal College Players, Book 2

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I’m pleased to announce the release of Hell and High Water, the second novella in the Coastal College Players series. The three standalone books in this series are all inspired by Shakespearean plays.

This is also my second book with LoveLight Press, a premier publisher of LGBTQ romance. Grab your copy today!

Here’s the book description. I hope you enjoy Hell and High Water!

When opposites attract, unlikely friends become even more unlikely lovers.

He’s smitten…
Danny Perez can’t keep his eyes off Kade Gorecki. With his long, lean, muscular build, stunning green eyes, and all-American smile, the star basketball player is simply gorgeous.

Unfortunately, Kade’s also straight, and his politically incorrect humor makes Danny wince one too many times. He offers to help Kade out in the manners department—and the fact that it lets them spend more time together is a bonus.

He’s confused…
Kade doesn’t mean to offend. He tries to say the right thing, but it comes out wrong—as though he’s caught in a game where no one will tell him the rules. He’s thrilled when Danny offers to mentor him.

But he can’t help noticing the beauty in Danny’s high cheekbones and deep-set dark eyes. If Kade is straight, then why does Danny tie his stomach in knots like a pretty girl does?

In the eye of the storm…
As their friendship becomes something more, Danny wonders if his heart is safe. Kade’s conservative Southern background doesn’t make it easy for him to embrace a more fluid sense of his own sexuality.

While they’re hunkered down together during a hurricane, a misunderstanding blows up into something much more serious. Now Kade’s missing, and Danny’s frantic. Will they—and their relationship—survive in one piece?

This steamy gay romance novella is for a mature audience. It has an HEA and no cliffhanger.

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