Back to Black Point
When author Matt met fellow author Thomas, it was love. After vacationing at Black Point for 2 weeks with each other, they can hardly wait for the future to begin. Until Matt gets home to California and does not hear from Thomas right away. After urging from his brother and his husband, Matt goes to Montreal to see Thomas for himself. There he finds fellow author and chiropractor Christian at Thomas’ house. The problem is that Christian is trying to seduce Thomas for himself and has been lying to him about what Matt is really like. Will the truth be enough to allow the future that Matt and Thomas deserve to happen, or will the lies stop it all before it has a chance to really start.
The more I read of AJ Llewellyn the more I like his work, and when you add DJ Manly into the mix the story just gets better and better. Back to Black Point is a story that is most definitely worth the time to read. It’s a totally interesting story that hits so close to home. It’s about not being sure of what to make of someone that you care so much for. I hope you enjoy it as much as I did.
Book Blurb for Back to Black Point
Erotic romance authors Thomas Carter and Matt Lucas have ‘met cute’ as they say in Hollywood movies. They’ve fallen in love over a blissful weekend in balmy, tropical Black Point in the Hawaiian Islands. Separation is devastating for Matt who returns to his home in California, pining for Thomas who abruptly cuts off all communication. Why has their volcanic passion been reduced to two impersonal lines in an email?
Emboldened by his brother Ryan’s heartfelt advice, Matt flies to Montreal and to Thomas’s home in Montreal’s Gay Village, hoping to rekindle their idyllic romance, only to find him with another man—Christian—the same man who almost destroyed Ryan’s marriage to his husband Cole. What is Christian doing with Thomas and what are his true motives? With trust a big issue on both sides, can love find a way? And will Thomas and Matt survive the obstacles fate seems to keep throwing at them? Matt wants to give Thomas everything, but will Thomas let him?
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