Author ~ Elodie Parkes
Publisher ~ Encompass Ink
Published ~ 4th October 2016
Genre ~ Contemporary M/M Romance
A Forever Kind of Thing
Businessman Will has hoped to meet musician Josh for so long, he’s astonished and elated when Josh finally notices and pursues him at one of the band’s gigs.
After a heady night of love, Josh is devastated when Will turns out to be a millionaire. He’s not a hustler. He couldn’t take and he couldn’t compete. He retreats into his music.
Will is sure they could have something special and tries to prove his love for Josh in the only way he knows how. Trouble is—it’s the wrong way.
Josh is shocked to discover he can’t forget Will.
They want each other. Their chemistry is scorching. Their encounters erotic.
But Josh is running in the opposite direction as Will longs to love him.
Can love triumph?
A fun gay erotic romance
Freya’s Book Brief
From afar, Will Trenton lost his heart to Josh when he first set eyes on him, at college. Now a wealthy CEO, he continues to follow Josh’s career. Josh, the lead singer in a relatively successful Indy band, has noticed the man following them for years. When they finally meet face to face, sparks fly and clothes are ripped off. But Will’s money and good intentions come between them.
A Forever Kind Of Thing is a story built on sexual desire turning to love, and as such, sex takes centre stage. As with many men, that extra appendage between the thighs has to be satisfied before rational thought can claim lordship over the body. In this story, money is the bad guy and doesn’t help make their relationship easier. I truly felt for Will but could also understand Josh’s views, even though they were occasionally a touch sharp.
It is a sweet tale of two men overcoming obstacles to make something special work. If you’re after a read to settle by the fire to with a cuppa and a biscuit, this will do the trick.
Connect with Elodie Parkes
I’m a writer who is in love with happy endings, currently based in southern UK.
I love: music, art, flowers, trees, the ocean. I work with antiques by day and words by night. Like a vampire, darkness is my friend, that’s when the silence is only broken by an occasional hoot of owls in the woodlands opposite my home, and I write.