Bad in Baltimore, Book 2. In the five years his parents threw him out for coming out, Eli has made his own way, lived by his own rules, determined to never change himself—not for anyone. He’s not against finding Mr. Right, but Mr. Right Now will do just fine. Quinn Maloney’s reward for ten years of faithfully keeping his closeted boyfriend’s secrets? A hell of a wake-up call. Not only did Peter have affairs, he went straight to marry his pregnant girlfriend—and Quinn was to never reveal their history. With the baby’s baptism looming and Quinn expected to put on a polite front, he decides he’s had enough of playing the peacekeeper. One wink from a much younger, eyeliner wearing guy in a bar, and Quinn’s found a perfectly outrageous date for the occasion. The date goes better than he ever imagined. And so much worse, as Eli convinces everyone they’re madly in love. That wasn’t part of the plan, but the more Quinn learns about the man behind the makeup, the more he wishes it was true.