Ever since Jamison Coburn lost his father, he’s been locked up tight, not just because of the heartache but also because if he wants to be like the man he so admired, embracing his attraction to other men is impossible.
Lonnie Bellerose is simply minding his own business when he pulls up at his twin sister’s house, intent on painting a mural in her new nursery. He doesn’t expect to meet anyone like the tall, dark, handsome, and silent handyman. Their first kiss is as spontaneous as their attraction, but Jamison quickly pushes Lonnie away. No biggy. Lonnie knows all about rejection. He’s used to it, has come to expect it.
Perhaps an unexpected weekend together housesitting might set them free of their pasts to become the men they can be together—that is, if Jamison can get past his denial and Lonnie can learn to trust that he's worth loving after all.
Out and proud Gus Hansen has built a small architectural firm from nothing, but could lose it all as he tries to break a contract he signed before knowing about the project’s antigay ties.
After Ford discovers he spent a passionate night with the man on the other side of the dispute he’s handling, he finds himself in more than one quandary. He can either maintain the status quo, enforcing the contract to the letter, or he can defy his overbearing father and break free of the closeted life he's built for himself in order to be with Gus.
Gus has his own choices to make. He knows the sting of loving a man who hides himself, but the longer he lingers in Ford's presence, the more difficult it becomes to deny their attraction.
Eli Burke is broken in his own way, haunted by memories of his lover’s murder and physically scarred from the same fatal assault. He, too, plans to run away—to Africa and a new life working with children. But when he meets Alec, his choice isn't so easy. He and Alec see the real possibility of new love and a brighter future, but they'll both have to face their fears of past pain and find a way to heal.
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...a moving read about loss, love, trying to move on, being trapped by memories that may not want to let go and finding that one special person that let's you find the good within the past. 5 of 5 Hearts Lilyraines @ Night Owl Romance Reviews
Although at times very heart wrenching, keep Kleenex handy as you might just need them, Broken is a very fulfilling story and one that will stay with the readers long after they have finished the book. 5 of 5 Nymphs Critter Nymph @ Literary Nymphs Reviews
If you like strong, emotional stories; if you like realistic characterisation with good, but flawed people; if you want to be dragged into a story about recovery and how love and friendship can heal; then Broken is for you. 5 of 5 stars Jenre @ Jessewave Reviews
Gli autori presenti in questa antologia (e i traduttori) hanno donato il loro talento per sostenere il ricovero prolungato di Eric, aiutare TJ a recuperare energie e mostrare a entrambi quanto sono amati. Grand Adventures raccoglie storie di tutti i tipi che hanno in comune il cammino dell’amore. Ci stiamo imbarcando in una grande avventura a sostegno di una nobile causa, vi ringraziamo per averci seguito.
La totalità degli introiti di questo volume è destinata a Eric e TJ.
Prefazione, di S.A. McAuley
Prologo, di Brandon Witt
Qualcosa di inaspettato, di John Amory
Merendine combustibili, di J.E. Birk
Semplici desideri, di Tempeste O’Riley
Quel che volete, di Tinnean
Aria (Strade #1.75 million), di Garrett Leigh
Soggetto a cure, di Zahra Owens
L’acqua che scorre, di Mia Kerick
Amore e amicizia, di CR Guiliano
Vicini di pianerottolo, di C.C. Dado
Dottore per caso, di Phoenix Emrys
Più che amici, di Sophie Bonaste
La mostra, di Andrea Speed
Verdetto finale, di Cardeno C.
Guardia e ladri, di Rhys Ford
Per la vita e la morte, di Mary Calmes
Testimone protetto, di Dawn Kimberly Johnson
Treno d’autunno, di Jaime Samms
A nudo, di Shae Connor
Stalking: 30 e lode, di Moria McCain
Sotto la luna piena, di Ellis Carrington
Sabbia e briciole, di Sue Brown
Un ateo e un istruttore di yoga entrano in un bar, di Rowan McAllister
L’ultimo primo bacio, di LE Franks
Il corridore, di KC Burn
Kid & Kid, di Madison Parker
Domani, di John Goode
Una spintarella di umana bontà, di Amy Lane