Release Day Blurb
If you agree the only thing sexier than a man in uniform is a man out of uniform, you’ve come to the right place. We’ve handpicked an assortment of sizzling hot, uniformed heroes to satisfy your uniform fetish.
(And yes, I promise you the book review follows.)
THE LAYOVER by Gale Stanley
Jamey Conley owns a café in the Frisco airport. He goes gaga over guys in uniform. When he meets Paul, sparks fly. Too bad his ideal man is married, and straight.
Jamey locked the front door, and reversed the sign so it readClosed from the terminal. He turned around and almost walked into Emma, who pinned him with a flinty stare.
“Jamey Conley! Stop torturing yourself.”
“I don’t know what you’re talking about.”
“Oh yes, you do. You’ve been mooning over that pilot since he walked out of here.”
“It’s not like that, Emma. He makes me laugh. I haven’t laughed like that in a long time.”
Emma shot him a look that could turn Medusa to stone.
“Give me a break. he’s straight, and married. Didn’t you see the wedding band on his finger?”
“I saw it. And I saw the way he looked at you. He wouldn’t be the first straight man to use you for sex.”
Jamey sighed. He already spent an excruciating amount of time re-hashing the past. He didn’t need any help from Emma. A year ago, Jamey had fallen for a married flyboy. He’d really believed the man would leave his wife, but it never happened. Turned out, the pilot just wanted to get his dick sucked, because his wife didn’t like to perform oral sex. The bastard actually believed that he wasn’t cheating if he got a blowjob from a gay man. “Okay, so we had a little chemistry, and yeah, I’m a sucker for a uniform, but I’m not stupid. I won’t make the same mistake twice.”
Eight more super sexy stories:
Rain and Promises by Elizabeth Monvey
Fine Dining by Nicola Cameron
Scars by James Cox
A Walk on the Wild Side by Pelaam
Real Life Role Play by Tamsin Baker
Mile High Rebound by L.D. Blakeley
The British Are Coming by Lilith Duvalier
Fired Up by Lucy Felthouse
Available at: Evernight Publishing | Amazon US | Amazon UK
In Rain and Promises, Adam and Ryan are about to celebrate their one-year anniversary. When Ryan's latest call brings him to the scene of a car wreck, he's shocked still by whose life is at stake. Emotional and heart-warming.
In Fine Dining, James frequents a bistro for his weekly dose of Gustav. Eye candy leads to the main course when unexpected forces send soup flying onto James' lap. Surprise, surprise.
In The Layover, a married and overworked Captain Paul Miller develops a friendship with airport cafe restaurant owner-operator Jamey Conley. When a divorce out of nowhere sends Paul to commiserate with a fellow coworker, things unfold for the better. A story of sweet beginnings, coming into one's own, and dreams becoming true.
In Scars, Gabe McShane takes the lead after "Devil" gets honorably discharged. One year later, the two approach territory that they'd never explored while serving in the Marines. A story of healing and going beyond one's comfort zones to find home.
In Walk on the Wild Side, Devin gets stopped by a handsome cop--Justin--on his way back from work. Devin blossoms from their chance encounter and the world goes tipsy as Devin learns about unconditional love. Go, Devin!
In Real Life Role Play, Lachlan and Tayte deepen their connection and extinguish lingering doubts after having moved in with each other. Great story of a committed couple moving forward past a hump.
In Mile High Rebound, Will faces a breakup on take-off day, only to find a willing playmate up in the air. The bonus? After their meet-and-greet, they have a chance to take things further. Another story of hopeful beginnings.
In The British are Coming, Elijah reunites with long-ago friend Jasper and fireworks turn up. Yum.
In Fired Up, fireman Lucas Hartley hasn't lost his gravitation toward Greg Barnett. All hell breaks loose as they recap their past and of course consummate things...
Overall, a wonderful collection of sexy men getting what they desire -- the men who got away, the men who they've dreamed of, the men whom they thought would never, and more. Although composed of short stories, each author painted their characters rich with depth and pulled me right into their worlds from the opening paragraphs. Definitely highly recommended, especially if you're into M/M reads.