Game On, a novella about a free-spirit and a lawyer.
Grant Rensler knows he’s considered uptight, even at the law firm where he’s been working hard to make partner— but he simply likes his privacy. He discovers that while he’s at the job, some guy has been taking dips in his pool and he’s furious.
Ned Hill has been attempting to recreate one of his favorite movies, The Swimmer, to help him jump-start his creative work. When he’s swimming laps in a neighbor’s pool, he feels a little bad about disturbing the homeowner, who flips out. Ned is intrigued by the man, so very different from his usual, more laid-back partners.
Then, when they run into each other again, Ned decides he’s
definitely interested. He’s just got to convince Grant he’s not trying
to ruin his life or career — and that the attraction of an opposite will
be good for him...Very, very good.
Luke Bailey has dreams of building homes and putting down roots. But for a man with a rough past, finding any job isn't easy. When Mary Scott offers him a job—and a place to stay—mixing drinks and tapping beer at her theme bar, My Parents' Basement, Luke accepts. Customers flock to the cozy pub, designed to evoke memories of lost childhood, to meet and mingle and play games.
For Mary, her gorgeous new employee should be off-limits. She's his boss. And they're very different—something her interfering family constantly points out. But Mary's done playing the good girl. And Luke isn't the bad boy everyone thinks he is. Their attraction simmers until Mary seduces Luke into playing some deliciously adult games. Then a shocking betrayal threatens everything...
Also available as an audio book! (Cool!)
" It’s an exciting and robust tale with mouth-watering intrigue, political machinations, witty banter and some fizzlingly sensuous sex scenes and like The Gentleman and the Rogue (which if you haven’t read why the hell not?) I can’t recommend it highly enough. I want to take away these ladies’ pens until they promise they write nothing else but gay historicals. " --Erastes