RELEASE DATE: 4th October 2016
BLURB: Businessman Will has hoped to meet musician Josh for so long, he’s astonished and elated when Josh finally notices and pursues him at one of the band’s gigs.
After a heady night of love, Josh is devastated when Will turns out to be a millionaire. He’s not a hustler. He couldn’t take and he couldn’t compete. He retreats into his music.
Will is sure they could have something special and tries to prove his love for Josh in the only way he knows how. Trouble is—it’s the wrong way.
Josh is shocked to discover he can’t forget Will.
They want each other. Their chemistry is scorching. Their encounters erotic.
But Josh is running in the opposite direction as Will longs to love him.
Can love triumph?
A fun gay erotic romance
I’ve not had a quickie like this and enjoyed so much in a long time – thank you Elodie Parkes.
Insta-love is one of my favourite reads and this short, sweet but sexy little offering was just so easy to read.
Can two men, both still in the closest to the intruding world and whose lifestyles are so vastly different, find mutual ground to build a everlasting relationship?
Will and Josh were just perfect for each other and though they met whilst at college, only one of them remembers, now I would have loved more on that from the author when they do start seeing each other but it’s only short, so I’m going to forgive her.
Yet again this author offered up something different and one of the reasons I like her books, you never really know what you are going to get until you start reading. Of course this is Elodie Parkes and I think her trade mark should be Queen of Stalkerism, she can’t help herself and even here in this sweet little treat, their was a hint of it breaking through, which made me smile and wonder what she is going to surprise us with next?
Due to length, it’s 4* from me and if you are looking for a little quickie with a music based theme, look no further, you’ve just found it.
****I would like to thank the author for the privilege and opportunity of reading this ARC. My review is an honest opinion of the book****