M/M Contemporary Romance
Date Published: October 3, 2017
Publisher: Loose ID
Vacationing at a gay resort is risky business for Winter Media’s CEO, Graham Winters. In negotiations for the purchase of an anti-LGBTQ publication, if found out he preferred men, the deal would collapse, along with Winter Media’s bottom line. But take a risk, Graham does. He can’t pass up two weeks where he can be himself.
But when Graham arrives at Secretus, there is no record of his reservation. Never one to take no for an answer, he coerces the owner of Secretus, Chris Katsaros, to let him stay in Chris’s home.
Winter Media owns one of the worst gossip rags in the country, so Chris has no choice but to agree to Graham’s terms. Chris keeps a low profile when it comes to Secretus, securing a safe environment where high profile gays can relax without media hounding their every move. An introvert by nature, Chris has a difficult time letting anyone into his life. As a foster kid, he had never experienced love until adopted by Pete and Bob.
Forced to entertain Graham, Chris finds they have more in common than he ever thought. The attraction between them is real, and Chris’s guarded heart begins to thaw.
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Graham liked Chris and wanted to know more about him. Even if they had only two weeks together, why not have fun and make good memories?
Chris buried the bottle in the sand. “You and me don’t make sense. We’re too different.” Chris stood and swayed.
Graham jumped up and steadied Chris by his arm. “Hey, I got you.” He pressed his fingers to Chris’s mouth, his thumb running along the edge of Chris’s full lower lip.
Such a sweet, sexy mouth.
Graham smiled when Chris let out a breath, his eyes widening. Graham wanted more than anything to kiss away Chris’s sadness.
“You’re shivering.” Graham unzipped his sweatshirt. He forced Chris to put it on. Leaning in to help him with the sleeves, Graham hesitated, but his heart wanted to go for it. He drew Chris toward him and was relieved when Chris wrapped his arms around Graham’s neck. Their kiss came on fast and hungry.
The bitter wind and the crashing waves receded into the background. Graham focused on the warmth of Chris’s lips, chapped but also soft and pliable. The smoky taste of whiskey on Chris’s breath. Maybe it was the alcohol, or maybe it was the need for comfort that had Chris clinging to him. Chris wanted Graham, if the hard bulge in his shorts was any indication.
Graham ran his hand through Chris’s hair. An ache zigzagged across his chest at the grief lingering in Chris’s eyes.
Graham held back his instinct to clutch Chris in a bear hug. Graham guessed this proud, stubborn man would think he was hugged out of pity. Instead, Graham swept back Chris’s hair and kissed the salty taste of his skin.
Chris grabbed at Graham’s shirt, pulling him closer, and didn’t stop there. He cupped Graham’s ass and pushed into him with his hips.
“Oh fuck. You’re making it difficult to keep my promise.” Graham repeated the motion, stroking Chris’s sweet ass. A part of his brain chastised him for taking advantage of Chris in his drunken state, but with their cocks pressed together, he ignored his conscience. He would make sure this was what Chris wanted, but before Graham knew it, his jeans were unzipped and halfway down to his knees. Now it was his turn to groan, his chest tight with anticipation.
Not to be outdone, he relieved Chris of his pants as he explored Chris’s neck with his tongue. He pulled down the collar of Chris’s shirt and licked his collarbone, loving the animalistic noises coming from deep within Chris’s chest.
Their cocks generated intense friction. Chris’s eyes were half closed. His hands were all over Graham, sliding down his back, kneading his ass, pulling them closer so there was no space between them.
Chris slipped his hand under Graham’s waistband, teasing the patch of hair above Graham’s erection. Graham’s knees buckled and took them both down.
The sound resonated in Graham. This side of Chris, free of restraint, was sexy and endearing.
About the Author
Multi-published and award winner, Viki Lyn is a successful writer of gay paranormal and contemporary romance. After reading and collecting whatever she could get her hands on, she wrote her first male/male romance. And that was ‘it’ for her. She never looked back. Viki travels the world in search of inspiration. She considers herself blessed to have traveled to many of the mystical sites she had dreamed about as a child. Her travel experiences have been influential in creating her paranormal worlds. When she needs to relax, she calls a friend to meet at their favorite coffee house. When the chattering in her head goes off the charts, she plays one of her favorite RPGs on her PS4 and immerses herself in the world of dragons and magic.
You can email Viki at email@example.com