I'm going to give you the line from the books I've read that make my mind crave the rest like chocolate & Coke.
[…] “But my patience is shot. I can’t be nice anymore. I can’t smile and say everything is okay”
Crave by Eden Cole
(First Time #3)
First Published 10 April 2011
Craven is a sexy tattooed and pierced musician. He, his friend, and his sister all know and have accepted that he's gay, but he's never slept with another man.
He’s just returned to his hometown after failing to get his music career off the ground. He’s decided he will do what everyone else is doing, get a regular office job. His best friend has agreed to help him. But now that Craven is back home, he can’t avoid the feelings he’s had for Trevor all these years.
Craven and Trevor are opposites. Trevor’s idea of dressing down is unbuttoning his suit jacket. Craven has lived in ratty jeans and tees all his life. He’s got a pierced tongue, eyebrow, lip, and both ears. His tattoos extend all over his chest, down his arms, and onto his fingers. He thinks they don’t fit, but he wants Trevor so bad.
But no matter what Trevor will be there to help Craven find out where he belongs. And just maybe Craven will discover he's been wrong about his heterosexual friend all these years
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