Friends and Lovers

Friends and Lovers

by Sloan Parker

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Friends and Lovers by Sloan Parker

Two gay love stories about friends becoming lovers from bestselling, award-winning author of M/M Romances Sloan Parker. This e-book includes the following novelettes:
 
Cops and Lovers: SWAT teammates Sawyer and Finn have been secretly sleeping together for the past two years and hiding that fact from their commander, their team members, from everyone. Sawyer couldn't be happier with the arrangement. Until Finn gives him an ultimatum. Now Sawyer has to rethink everything in his life. Or give up the only person he's ever loved.
 
His Roommate's Secret: For two years Brady has harbored a secret crush on his straight college roommate. He doesn't think he'll ever get the chance to climb into Rex's bed. Until Rex shares a secret he's been hiding since the day they met.
 
This e-book contains explicit sexual content and graphic language. Length: 19,859 words.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940152813890
Publisher: Sloan Parker Press
Publication date: 03/08/2016
Sold by: Draft2Digital
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 699,044
File size: 535 KB

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Friends and Lovers 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
One short, sexy and sweet, one short, sexy and amazingly hot. A great little collection that I wish was longer. These are two very different tales: one featuring hot cops and one featuring a couple of college friends. Both are great in their own context, as I love hard-guy MM cop/law enforcement tales, as well as sweeter, more romantic tales with guys who don't have too much baggage. The cop tale feels slightly longer, with an established couple and plenty of the hot and sexy stuff, and the college guys tale is sweeter and ,more tender, and with a couple of scenes that cemented the start of the guys' relationship. Both end in the start of a HEA and both are Keepers for me. Had each had a short epilogue a few months/years down the line, showing the guys living their HEAs, I'd have rated this antho 5*. Ebook courtesy of the author in return for an honest review.