Best Vacation that Never Was
Troy Hastings is preparing to go on a week-long vacation when his plans are derailed by a fire and he is left without a home, any friends (as they are all on vacation), and the only clothes he has - if you can call a hospital gown clothes.
Jason Cooper is a firefighter and he is the one who rescues Troy from the building. His protective instincts come to the fore and he offers to help Troy out until he can land back on his feet again.
As the week progresses, however, neither one of them wants their time together to end, but will either one of them be convinced enough to work things out?
I was really engrossed in the reading of this book and Troy's and Jason's story had me hooked from the beginning.
What I liked about the story is how Jason and Troy not only worked around each other, but how Troy was willing to try new things out. I also liked that the characters' relationship felt like a work in progress, in a very good way, throughout the story.
I’m looking forward to reading more of Ms. Lorenz's books in the future.
Book Blurb for Best Vacation that Never Was
Genre: LGBT Erotic Contemporary
When Troy Hastings' plans for the vacation of his dreams literally goes up in smoke, he's left homeless, alone, and wearing only a hospital gown. Jason Cooper, the firefighter who rescues him, can only think of what he’d like to do to Troy. Troy's lost everything and Jason wants to help him get his life back. With each passing day, Jason wants that life to include him. But he only has seven days until Troy's friends return from the trip to make Troy see that Jason is the man he's been looking for all along.
Jason spends that time giving Troy the best vacation he's ever had, and in the process, wooing the man who has nothing to lose and everything to gain. Troy's having the time of his life, enjoying stepping out of his comfort zone, trying new things: like a little bondage, the hottest sex he’s ever had, and parasailing, and he’s game for more.
When the week is up, Troy will find himself a new apartment…unless Jason can convince him to stay.
Publisher's Note: This book contains explicit sexual content, graphic language, and situations that some readers may find objectionable: Anal play/intercourse, male/male sexual practices.
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