Jamie lives in a tranquil spot close to the River Thames in Berkshire, England, and has always been just a little out of place—the only redhead in a family of brunettes; an introvert far more at ease with dogs than with people; a connoisseur of simple pleasures in a society intent on the quest for wealth and fame. Despite an outward cynicism, Jamie is a romantic at heart, and, when not immersed in a book, can mostly be found writing emotional stories where young men from all walks of life are thrust headlong into the breathless, euphoric, often painful whirlwind called love.
The twelve tales in this collection of gay romantic fiction range from sweet to erotic, contemporary to historical, paranormal to grittily realistic. Whether centred around the fear associated with coming out, the thorny issue of trust, or the struggle for survival, each story explores in its own way the courage needed to overcome personal obstacles and take a chance on love.
It should have been simple—a summer spent with his girlfriend in Cornwall. Seventeen-year-old Luke Savage jumps at the chance, envisioning endless hours of sunbathing and riding the waves on his beloved surfboard. He isn’t interested in love. Then he meets Theo, and he is plunged along a path of desire and discovery that has him questioning everything he thought he knew about himself.