But My Boyfriend Is
The most dangerous lies are the ones you tell yourself. Dylan Williams is not gay. Sometimes he gets off with other guys, but so what? He plans to get married someday—really married, like with a wife and kids. And he’s determined that his future family’s life will be the normal one he and his... show more
The most dangerous lies are the ones you tell yourself. Dylan Williams is not gay. Sometimes he gets off with other guys, but so what? He plans to get married someday—really married, like with a wife and kids. And he’s determined that his future family’s life will be the normal one he and his brothers never had. Mike Aurietta is gay, but his job keeps him in the closet. He doesn’t usually risk frequenting infamous cruising places like Webber Park. But when he’s cutting through one night, he finds himself defending a victim from gay bashers. It’s all Dylan can do to process the shock that anyone would want to hurt his quiet twin brother. At first he needs Mike’s eyewitness report to satisfy the gut-wrenching desire for revenge. Then he finds himself needing Mike’s solid, comforting presence…and the heat that unexpectedly flares between them. In the aftermath, Mike quickly learns not to expect too much from his conflicted lover. Though he never thought his good deed would come back to bite him in the ass. Or that hanging on to the possibility of love could force too many secrets out of the closet—and cost them both everything. Warning: Contains more denial than you can float a barge on, bigger issues than a special end-of-the-year compilation of your favorite magazine, and better sex than most people deserve. After all, it takes place in Texas.
Publish date: August 21st 2012
Publisher: Samhain Publishing
Pages no: 212
Edition language: English
, Erotic Romance
, Contemporary Romance
, Sports And Games
, M M Romance
, Gay Romance
, Gay For You
, M M Contemporary
Series: Florida Books (#4)
I was gifted this book by the author at GRL 2014, and just now got around to reading it, because paperback. It sat on my shelf all year, looking lonely and neglected.I had read book 2 of this author's series a while back, and was looking forward to reading this one, and it didn't disappoint.It was w...
Reviewed for RT Book Reviews July 2013 issue: http://www.rtbookreviews.com/book-review/my-boyfriend
Beautiful. And full of deep truths, not really what you'd expect of a romance/erotica story. I liked this very much because there were words of wisdom here, words that more people should hear. Dylan is a riot, in EVERY sense of the word. He is quick to throw a punch, and quick to laughter—and actual...
Not sure I am all that objective about this authors work, because I enjoy her voice so much. The angst and anger of Dylans character really appealed and I lovedtrue book.I thought the storytelling was really tight and the arc was done beautifully. Sex was hot and captured Dylans feelings nicely, ner...
3.5 StarsThis was so close to being a 4 stars but there a few things that bugged me. First, I loved everything going on with Dylan's character. Mitchell tells it like it is and I love that about her. It's what makes her characters seem so real. Dylan was dealing with guilt over his brother and f...