I’m going to give you the line from the books I’ve read that make my mind crave the rest like chocolate & Coke.
This one is because I can’t honestly think of any other book with New Years in its pages
Brent grinned. “You had a long trip, huh? Tired? […] Better get over it. After leaving him alone for a week, I don’t think Darien’s planning on letting you sleep.”
A positively demonic grin turned Chris’s primly proper face into a wicked mask. “I assure you, I don’t plan on sleeping.”
page 96, paperback
Genesis by Jet Mykles
(Heaven Sent #5)
First Published 1st January 2008 by Loose id
Bind-up paperback 18th May 2010 by Loose id
The week before Heaven Sent's New Year's performance, Brent fractures his hand, which puts him out of commission for the show. Fortunately, it's not permanent, but it leaves he and Hell dealing with the "what if," not to mention Brent's jealousy of the guitarist taking his place. As the band members and their partners struggle to adjust, the stress brings their personal issues to light:
* Tyler wants to be a parent but he's not sure Johnnie will agree. Johnnie feels the strain in their relationship, but doesn't know how to make it right.
* Luc has gotten a big break in a new movie, but his new co-star wants more than his onscreen love. Reese trusts Luc, but he can't help loathing his leading lady.
* Chris takes a job that will keep him away from Darien over the New Year's. If that weren't bad enough, Chris's new client is his ex, and Darien knows the ex wants Chris back.
Heaven Sent needs more than a miracle to find their happily ever after. It needs ... a new beginning.
[Publisher's Note: This book contains explicit sexual content, graphic language, and situations that some readers may find objectionable: male/male sexual practices.]
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