Chase Murphy lost everything-money, his best friend, and his confidence-but one man wants to help him regain what was taken from him along with a love that Chase never expected to have and doesn't believe he deserves. Xavier Talbot has everything a successful man should, or at least he thought he did. Suddenly he discovers that his brother is a sick sadistic jerk, the boy he found on the streets and raised for the past several years is going to give Xavier a clear understannedding of 'empty nest syndrome', and the club he'd built up from nothing, The Xxchange, now seems like a sleazy place instead of the GLBT paradise Xavier had imagined. Then a chance encounter with one man gives Xavier a bit of hope in his rapidly depressing world. Chase Murphy only wanted one thing-to find his best friend, James Stratton, who'd been kidnapped by a vengeful sociopath. Hurt and stranded in a town he has no intentions of staying in, Chase meets a man he wants to hate, but he can't stop thinking about Xavier Talbot no matter what he does. Slowly, seductively, the town and its inhabitannedts draw Chase in and make him rethink his opinion on forming friendships and the possibility of a long term relationship. He isn't sure he wants to hang around to see if things would work out, but it isn't until James is found that Chase discovers the truth about what it means to love people, as friends and, for Xavier, as a lover. Reader Advisory: This book is best read in sequence as part of a series.
Bit of Me
Totally Bound Publishing