GENRE: Gay Erotic Romance
LENGTH: 63,114 words
Companion to Til Death Do Us PartJilted by his fiancé two weeks before their wedding, Nash Marino’s outlook on life in general, and love in particular, is jaded. After months of couch-surfing, Nash is fed up. He’s sick and tired of his living conditions, worn out by the demands of his nursing job, and despairs of ever finding love again. In fact, he doesn’t think he’s capable of true love. Monogamy, commitment, companionship, and regular sex ... that’s all he wants, and the sooner, the better.When Nash crosses paths with a like-minded man who’s also in need of a live-in nurse for a beloved relative, Nash figures all his problems are solved. But matters are complicated by a freak accident and amnesia. When Nash’s marriage of convenience scheme is muddied by notions of love after his memory reboot, will their plans go awry, or will Nash’s new outlook on life be just what the doctor ordered?EXCERPT:Note: may contain sexually explicit scenes of a homoerotic nature.
I love Addison Albright’s books. Simple as that. Ever since I read Cultivating Love the first time, I’ve connected with her books and her characters on a deep level. There’s something about the realness she manages to convey that speaks to me. She writes about real people, people I would love to be friends and hang out with. Don’t get me wrong: there are a time and a place for the stereotypical romantic heroes. Who hasn’t swooned by the imaginary feet of the broody bad boys, the smoking hot firemen, or the tortured heroes?
But lately, I’ve found myself craving something different. I’ve found and fallen in love with Willow Scarlett and their quirky, wonderfully weird characters. And I’ve fallen in love with Addison Albright’s real, regular guys.
They are guys with regular jobs, regular lives, and regular feelings. That might sound boring, but to me, it’s very exciting. Almost anyone can write about imaginary things like werewolves and hobbits. But it takes a skilled person to writ