Book Three in the Home series.
If their relationship is discovered, Derekís singing career would end, but Max canít live a lie. Who will risk it all for a chance at forever?
Derek St. Martin is Nashvilleís hottest country singer. For eight years, fame and fortune have come his way, but heís not happy. In fact, heís on the edge of a nervous breakdown or checking into a drug rehab centre. Hiding his sexual preference is driving him to resort to numbing the pain. When his stepbrother suggests he should go on vacation, Derek jumps at the chance to relax and get his head on straight.
Max Furlo isnít amused. His bosses were leaving him in charge of some singer while he had other more important things to take care of. Seeing Derek St. Martin for the first time hits Max hard and, suddenly, heís considering a summer fling.
Both men know that a relationship can never be for them. Derekís career wouldnít handle the news and Max canít live a lie. Yet when a summer fling becomes love, who will be willing to risk it all for a chance at forever?
Reader Advisory: This book is best read in a sequence as part of a serie.
Reader Advisory: This book was previously released at another publisher. It has been revised and re-edited for release by Total-E-Bound.
|Number of pages||144|
|Genre||Gay MM/ Cowboys & Western/ Contemporary|
|eReaders Supported||All current eReaders|
|Send direct to Kindle?||Yes|
|Cover art by||Posh Gosh|
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Customer ReviewsReview From Joyfully JayReviewed by CrissyOverall, Wishing for a Home by T.A. Chase is a sweet tale of unexpected love and self-discovery. I love the realism of this story. That itís not too easy for the MCs. The characters are great. And the new look into the different career lifestyles is refreshing. And I loved the glimpses into the lives of the characters from the previous installments. Iím looking forward to Peterís story, as well as Yancey and Juanís. I highly recommend Wishing for a Home.Read the full review atMay 2013
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