Coming out should be this much fun. Callum should have come out years ago, but getting married seemed like a better idea. When his coworker Brian begins to flirt with him, Callum starts to question his earlier decision. Shortly after his divorce, Callum and Brian begin dating. Nothing serious. Just a laugh and a pint or three down at the pub. Even though he’s uncertain how strong his feelings are for Callum, Brian encourages him to see other guys. This backfires in a rather unexpected way: Callum meets his second boyfriend Simon. Simon might just be a better suitor – he’s a bit more romantic and a lot less brash than Brian.If this sounds like something you'd love to have on your e-reader for the upcoming summer, please leave a comment below. One lucky winner will receive a FREE copy at the end of the hop. And don't forget: Musa is giving away free copies of their speculative fiction e-magazine Penumbra to active, retired, or reserve military personnel. To send a free PDF copy to somebody you know, click here for more information.
Saturday, May 26, 2012
But I Never Said I Didn't Love You!