This is a story of two men who need each other’s help, but aren’t aware until it’s almost too late.
Noah is a gay male who is terrified that anyone would find out. So much so that when he was blackmailed with pictures of himself with another man, instead of coming clean, he’d left his SEAL team without a word.
Mason is a former Marine and now part of the FBI’s Joint Terrorist Task force, and he’s openly gay.
Eight years after meeting in the desert a chance event puts them together again.
As they try to forge a relationship, Noah needs to decide if he’s ready to accept who he is, or if it’s easier to cut and run.
When Mason’s case at the Bureau goes into a spiral, Noah steps in to help. But even with Noah’s abilities, will working as a team help Mason figure out in their short time together what he couldn’t in the past two years?
This novel is more than the story of Noah and Mason’s relationship; it’s also a tale of how their destiny played out.
You never forget your first love ... especially when they cause you pain. Chase thought he was doing the right thing when he left Liam years earlier, but when he finds out he was wrong, it might be too late. The trust they once shared may be past the point of repair.
The Forever Kind Of Love is a story of second chances that asks the question -- is a good reason enough to wash away the years of hurt it caused? Chase comes home from the military ready to start his life with Liam. But he discovers Liam’s life has already started without him. Is there a place for him in it? Is the possibility of more pain worth the risk for Liam?
If that isn’t hard enough, they only have the week Chase is on leave to come to terms with their future. Can they find forever in seven days?