Heaven Sent is available now
- ISBN-10: 1596325127
- ISBN-13: 978-1596325128
The print version will include both Heaven and Purgatory. Same stories as in the ebooks, just combined.
Blurb for Heaven:
Desperate to save his familyʼs hotel, Tyler sinks his hopes and whatʼs left of his money into a new venture: a nightclub at the hotel. Everything rides on The White Roomʼs success—without it the hotel will go under. Tylerʼs nervous, but Lady Luck smiles on him, in the form of mega-popular rock band Heaven Sent signing on to play at the club.
Tylerʼs a huge fan of the group, but even so, heʼs not prepared at all to come face-to-face with the painfully gorgeous lead singer, Johnnie Heaven. But, the bomb that goes off in his brain canʼt be lust. Sure, Johnnieʼs probably the most beautiful person heʼs ever seen, but Tyler is straight. It has to be a misguided form of hero worship that heʼs feeling—has to.
When Johnnie learns that Tyler shares his obsession with video games, he invites Tyler to his room to play. Of course, Tyler jumps at the chance. Who wouldnʼt snap up the opportunity to spend time with his idol? He and Johnnie have a great time together, but Tyler soon discovers that Johnnie aims to introduce Tyler to a whole new level of game play.
Blurb for Purgatory:
Tall and sleek with gorgeous red hair and deep, dark eyes to drown in, itʼs no wonder that famous bass player, Lucas Sloane, stars in so many dewy-eyed teenagerʼs dreams.
Reese used to be one of those teens—back when Heaven Sent was the house band for the local club, Purgatory. Back then, it was easy to get to know Luc, even become friends with him. But he took it too far, worked up the courage to confess his love to Luc—only to be soundly rejected.
Now, six years later, Lucʼs back in town for a visit and more gorgeous than ever. Much to Reeseʼs surprise, Luc not only apologizes for the way he treated Reese, he also comes onto him! Seems Lucʼs discovered the pleasures of being with a man and wants to know what itʼd be like between the two of them.
But Reese canʼt. He just canʼt. He lives the straight and narrow. He teaches high school math. Heʼs got a girlfriend. A normal life. He canʼt be gay. Of course, itʼs really very hard to deny the man who defines beautiful to Reeseʼs artistic mind.
Cover by PL Nunn of Bishonenworks
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