It is Freaky Friday and as you all know that means anything goes!
I am going to devote today to my newest release from MLR Press...
It has taken Damion Martin six months to finally start to get over the startling break-up from his partner Layne Haylse. They’d been high school sweethearts and blissfully in love.
Then the man suddenly wanted nothing to do with him. Having to work with him at Yale University almost every day made the separation that much harder.
Meeting the young marketing major, River Cunningham, may just be the ticket to helping Damion heal.But they say that to every story there’s two sides, and the truth lies somewhere in the middle.
When a harrowing blizzard crashes through Connecticut, trapping all three men inside the campus library, they will soon find that sometimes things aren’t as black and white as they seem.
When the truth is revealed, it may change their lives forever.
“Reports are coming in from a reporter in Philadelphia who states that the snowstorm appears to be growing in intensity and hitting from three separate areas. Much like the blizzard in ’93. I think we may be facing a very serious blizzard over the next few days, Marva. So if you are living within the path of the storm, it is best that you are prepared to spend a lot of time in front of the fireplace or the heater, with no place to go. This is Andrew Zax of XKLT 1830 AM Connecticut News.”
River shook his head. Meteorologists were a bunch of alarmists. He turned his head to look out one of the windows of the library, the smattering of snowflakes that drifted past the glass plane making a liar of Andrew Zax. River scoffed. He didn’t know why everyone was freaking out over a little bit of frozen rain. That’s all snow was. The people in Connecticut were behaving as if they had never experienced winter before. The three inches of snow River had tromped through to get to the library was nothing compared to his family’s vacation to Nova Scotia, Canada a few years previous. Now that was a snowstorm.
River was pretty sure a person had never experienced a true blizzard until they’d experienced one in the Great White North.
River grit his teeth as the janitor’s cart approached, the wheel squeaking as it got closer. He narrowed his eyes, raising his finger, prepared to shush the campus employee, but his reprimand got lodged in his lungs as he stared at the broad shouldered, dark brown-skinned, black man, walking behind the maintenance cart.
Holy. Fucking. Shit.
The man looked exactly like Morris Chestnut and, trying to be as discreet as possible, River grabbed his cellphone out of
the back of his jeans pocket and lifted it in front of his face as if he were texting in order to snap a picture. He took three or
four rapid pictures, especially one of the stranger bending over, because… yum… and lowered the phone back to the table and sent the photos to his best friend Michelle.
The warm breath on the side of his neck startled him and he let out a loud squeak.
“I hope you got some good pictures there, jailbait. Though you really didn’t get my best side. I look much better with my
River’s mouth dropped open and he stared as the janitor winked at him before turning to walk off. River fell back against his chair, his eyes sliding closed. He covered his face, his cheeks burning hotly in embarrassment. He couldn’t believe that he’d been caught! More than that, the janitor had seemed amused… no, almost flirtatious with him about it. In what universe did that happen to him?
Before River could dwell on it any further, his phone vibrated on the table in front of him. Reaching out, he snatched up his cell to check Michelle’s response before the librarian had a chance to chastise him. The guy was hot, just as hot as the janitor, but he was a stick-in-the mud. Way too strict.
Sliding his finger across the screen, River read the message and covered his mouth to stop the laugh that tried to burst free.
If you need tips on how to have sex with Morris Chestnut, I think the campus library has the Kama Sutra in the Reference Section under Gender and Sexuality Studies.
Make sure you also check all of the other books in this collection written by my talented colleagues.