Thursday 14 March 2013

Hadn’t the Pleasure # 43

The books that have been collecting dust for so long they have become stained from it


When Lowell moves back to his hometown to take care of his ailing mother, the last person he expects to see living in the house next door is his childhood friend Jase, grown up now and more attractive than ever. Jase had starred in many of Lowell's teenage fantasies, but Lowell is convinced Jase is straight. And yet, as they rekindle their friendship, it begins to look like Jase might not be so straight after all.

Jase has problems of his own: his troubled ex-wife has allowed him full custody of their daughter on one condition: he never exposes her to his affairs with other men. The arrangement works just fine until he starts falling for Lowell and a whole new world of possibilities opens up for him. But how can he have a relationship with a man and still keep his daughter?

Publisher's Note: This book contains explicit sexual content, graphic language, and situations that some readers may find objectionable: Male/male sexual practices.

The Boy Next Door by Kate McMurray
First published January 2011 by Loose Id
iBook, 219 pages
Contemporary Romance  

Lowell stood on the front lawn of the house he’d just purchased, feeling a sense of dread. He wanted his cramped studio apartment back. He had no business owning a house is the suburbs, let alone a two-story two-bedroom with vinyl siding and a little white fence around the yard. Park a tricycle on the front lawn, and he was confronting his worst fears.

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