Jaime sees a man who’s hurting. Kaiden sees a man he can’t dismiss and might be the one who can help him heal.
Jaime Hadler was raised by two moms, who gave him the confidence he needed to be whoever he wants and to do what he loves. After working hard to build a successful motorcycle repair business, he’s finally ready to let go a little, hit the skate park more, and find a special someone to share his life with.
Kaiden Visser is merely surviving after enduring a painful miscarriage that destroyed his relationship with his girlfriend. It’s in his nature to make sure the people around him are taken care of, even if it means putting his own best interests aside. This fact coupled with the intense feelings he gets for men, makes him swear off any potential gay relationships.
When Kaiden walks into Jaime’s shop needing a mod for a new motorcycle, Jaime is excited to meet him. But when the work leaves a stray screw, Kaiden and Jaime get into a heated argument, one that continues under the influence of alcohol at the local quirky bar and ends explosively in a bathroom encounter. Jaime’s sure he’ll never see Kaiden again, but neither of them can get the encounter or their powerful chemistry out of their minds. As the encounters pile up each time they meet, they finally admit the inevitable and try starting something. But Kaiden’s not out and his ex-girlfriend has other plans. How do Jaime and Kaiden navigate the pitfalls of their budding relationship?
Catching His Fire is an enemies to lovers, hurt/comfort romance with an HEA and no cliffhangers. It features a light-hearted skater, motorcycles, and a serious man who needs someone to show him how to live again. This is book five in the Mesa Boys series. Each book features a different couple.
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