Play It Safe: A Glasgow Lads Story
“Fancy a game of hide-and-seek?” After living together for three months, Fergus Taylor and John Burns have come to love each other’s quirks, and the bond between them is starting to look permanent. But when John wants to take things to the next level, Fergus balks, haunted by the betrayals in... show more
“Fancy a game of hide-and-seek?”
After living together for three months, Fergus Taylor and John Burns have come to love each other’s quirks, and the bond between them is starting to look permanent. But when John wants to take things to the next level, Fergus balks, haunted by the betrayals in his own past.
John knows if he’s not careful, he could lose Fergus. If only he weren’t so bad at being careful.
To overcome his fears, Fergus must embark on an epic journey, a journey that will test his faith, his trust, and his ability to keep a cool head in a hot, hot place.
A must-read for Glasgow Lads fans—and for new readers, a short ’n’ sweet intro to this hot new Scottish gay-romance series!
Note: Play It Safe features the heroes of Playing for Keeps, but like all Glasgow Lads books, it may be read as a stand-alone story.
Publish date: 2015-11-20
Pages no: 74
Edition language: English
Series: Glasgow Lads (#2.5)
It was great getting to check in on Fergus and John again. For a short read, this packs a lot into it. John and Fergus are having relationship issues, and their friends give them advice. There's a swap meet with a feisty old lady, a bathhouse adventure that goes nowhere you would expect it, smexy ti...
4.5 Stars for the most loveable Lads Dang, I love these guys! Fergus and John were the first soccer lads from Glasgow I read about and I immediately fell in love with them and their story. And after all the difficulties, it's wonderful to get to visit these two again and to see them getting another ...
Read this immediately after Playing for Keeps, because I didn't want to say goodbye to Fergus and John just yet . Play It Safe is pretty steamy short story, although I must say that I wasn't really that eager with the sex club scenes. Reading about voyeurism or public sex never does appeal to me *...