The Holiday Boyfriend
Can love develop from a situationship? Asking for a friend.
There is nothing worse than being in love with your best friend. Scratch that. There is nothing worse than living with your best friend whom you are madly in love with and had an accidental one night stand with. What is even more confusing is the fact that Jim seems to not understand what a one night stand is. He thinks we’re in some kind of friends with benefits situation, and I don’t know if I’m in heaven or hell.
I love my best friend. Not in that way, but I consider him one of the most important people in my life. I’ll do anything for him, even helping him relieve some tension when he needs it. Now, I just have to ignore the weird pang in my chest every time he leaves right after.
The Holiday Boyfriend is a situationship-to-lovers, MM romance about two best friends who are a bit clueless. It features a ton of sweet moments, sneaky kisses, and a holiday love that will break the bounds of friendships. It is the second book of the Doves of Destiny series and can be read as a standalone but will be more enjoyable when read as a series.
Start with The New Neighbor and see how it all began…
What do you do with an irresistible neighbor you didn’t account for in your life?
Caleb had big dreams of opening a bakery when he was young, but they were shattered when tragedy struck, making him the man of the house. His Mom and younger brother depend on him to be strong and support them, even if it meant sacrificing himself. He was resigned to being a cog in the wheel in a job he hated, until his new neighbor moves in and challenges everything.
Zack didn’t do relationships. After his family cut ties with him, he vowed to stick to friendships in the future. However, when his blushing neighbor overhears him mention erectile dysfunction and balls, he can’t let the cute man leave thinking he has issues with his lower parts.
The New Neighbor is book 1 of the Corio Heights series about well, the new neighbor. Join Caleb and Zack’s story as they discover that they can have more than what they resigned themselves to. It features a regal cat, hurt/comfort themes, and lots of blushing.