For Jack Lewis love comes from unexpected places…so does tragedy. When David arrived on Vancouver Island, he was just another tourist looking to charter a boat. A few hours on the water together proves he is more than that. As a world traveler, David is a man of mystery who has been everywhere and seen everything.
Attraction draws them together but an attempt at a meaningless fling fails one touch at a time when Jack feels more than he thought he would. The love affair sparks fear in David and jealousy in Emerson, the man who frequents Jack’s bed in a relationship that is all sex and no soul.
At odds with the men in his life Jack tries to talk David into staying and Emerson into going. The attempt sends things spinning out of control and he struggles with the consequences that could leave him empty handed.
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About the Author
DP Denman writes character-driven gay romance about survivors. Her stories are real and intense but always resolve in the type of ending that makes readers want to start the book all over again. She is from the Pacific Northwest and bases all of her stories in Vancouver, British Columbia, a city that is dear to her heart. In her spare time she is a dedicated gay rights activist fighting for those who have been marginalized and abused. To that end, 25% of the royalties from every book go to support LGBT charities.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Jack Lewis is captain of a charter boat. He’s always had trouble trusting people, and his current relationship is a great example of his trust issues. He and Emerson, the man he’s with, are mostly interested in a physical relationship, and not in anything actually meaningful. For Jack, that’s just the way he wants it – until he meets David. David is everything Jack hoped for, and never realized he was waiting for. Even after just a few hours, the two of them connect in a way Jack never thought possible. David is mysterious, charming, well-travelled, and intriguing, a refreshing change from the people Jack is used to. But while he opens up to David, he never suspected to actually feel something more than desire. Jack was rather down-to-earth, but also quite determined in getting what he wanted once he had his eyes set on something. He had a strong, interesting personality. David was more frivolous, free, wild. But once they got to know each other and opened up toward each other, it was amazing. There was so much chemistry between these two characters, and their personalities really matched together. I liked each of them as a person, but as two people in a relationship, they were absolutely great. This was a great read, with lovely, relatable characters, an interesting plot, and a fitting writing style. If you’re in the mood for some romance to lift up your spirits during these dark autumn days, Changing Tide would be a great choice.