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Title: Synchronous Seductions Trilogy
Author: Havan Fellows
Publisher: Self Published
Cover Artist: Allison Cassatta
Genre: Contemporary, Humor/Comedy, M/M Romance
Seven years ago one of them made a mistake.
That mistake will change six lives forever.
Ryder made a mistake Harlan can’t forgive. Will Ryder cross a line no man should cross to obtain a second chance?
Ritchie won’t admit he’s heartbroken. Emery won’t accept less than all of Ritchie’s affection. How will arrogant Emery win snarky Ritchie for his own?
Fuzzy is an unsatisfied ladies’ man. Geoff’s a bear-loving man who satisfies. Problem? Convincing a straight man that satisfaction might be just around the bend.
Warning: This book is chocked full of domineering men who don’t like to take no for an answer. If arrogant alpha men make your heart beat faster and other places tingle, this is the book for you.
“You do realize I had to cancel with Marisha tonight for this. Not something I would normally do; she’s a sure bet.”
“I appreciate your sacrifice, Fuzzy.”
Fuzzy humphed. “Like you gave me a choice. Shouting at me after I punched the time clock that we’re eating out tonight. What guy could say no to that?”
“You’re right, most men don’t say no to me asking them out.” Emery chuckled.
“Yeah, whatever, you get what I mean. You owe me. Marisha ain’t gonna say yes to another date without me begging a little.”
“Marisha manages the movie theater?”
“No, you’re thinking of Danielle. Boy, let me sing about that mistake. That woman freaked it ten ways to Sunday. She wanted to act out every scene from 9½ Weeks. Wouldn’t have minded so much, but she wanted to play that dude’s part.” He shuddered and chuckled simultaneously. “Nah. Marisha’s that sweet little nurse I met when I tripped it to the emergency room. Remember last week when I dropped that damn heavy dolly on my foot?”
“I remember banning you from hand-trucking anything anymore. Too bad you didn’t listen.”
“What do you mean ‘too bad’? Doc said my foot did good, considering, and I got me a date with Marisha. Well, had me a date with her. Now I guess you’re taking her place for the night. Just remember, I don’t put out on the first date. I’m not that easy.”
They both belly laughed. “Yeah, right. I’ll remember that. How many times has that line gotten you into the woman’s bed on the first night?”
“Seriously, Fuzzy, don’t you grow weary of a different girl each night? You’re thirty-eight years old. Don’t you see yourself settling down?”
“Do not suggest that I need the whole white picket fence with a wife, two and a half kiddos, and a dog yapping out back. Geez, I love kiddos, as long as they are returnable at the end of the night. I’m not the father type. I’m the spoiling uncle type.”
“I’m not suggesting a family. More along the lines of a relationship that lasts longer than a month. That seems like a decent place to launch a new chapter of your life.”
Fuzzy focused out the window and considered Emery’s words. They stung a little, not because Emery meant them mean or anything. Maybe because they hit a little close to home. He just never found a woman who held his attention longer than a couple of hours, and half of them didn’t even hold his attention that long. But he couldn’t tell these things to his boss or anyone at work. There they referred to him as the ladies’ man, the one who, every night, had a different piece of tail. How would they react if he confessed he believed something might not work right in his head? He figured he had faulty wiring if he didn’t enjoy his bachelor lifestyle. He’d spent enough years perfecting this way of life, putting on a damn good show for the boys. What snide comments would the truth bring?
“Yeah, maybe I should start searching for something a little longer term. Too bad you can’t just decide to do that and wham, it happens. Right?” He snapped his fingers and chuckled to ease some of the seriousness his words brought.
“Well, Fuzzy, sometimes your hands are full and you need someone else to snap their fingers for you.”
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About the Author
I annoy, love, respect, scare, seduce, hurt, anger, infatuate, frustrate, flatter, envy, amuse and tolerate everyone. I just do it better in writing thanks to a little thing called…edits.
Okay no, seriously…I’m a simpleminded person who enjoys the escape from real life through a book. I write with the group Story Orgy and hope to continue doing so for a long time. I also am privileged to be with the Pulp Friction writers, creating intermingling books in a world all our own.
I recently took the drastic step of quitting my EDJ (evil day job) and am now living in the gorgeous desert in Arizona making a go at this writing stuff full time…and I can’t see me regretting this decision ever.
Just like every other red-blooded human—I get a little bouncy when I get mail (any kind too…email, comments, private messages…you wanna do it, do it with me winks). So feel free to drop me a line—whether it’s on my blog, twitter, PInterest, or you track me down on FaceBook or Google +…it’s easy to catch someone who wants to be caught.
I specialize in writing boyxboy though I read almost everything…and I fancy myself as slightly funny every once in a while. 🙂
Where to find the author:
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Thank you so much for your support over the last 4 years. Prism will be closing its doors on 1 April 2017. All content will remain available, but no new content will appear after 31 Mar 2017. As such all request forms have been turned off. Again Thank you,
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