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Say the Words: A M/M Contemporary Romance

What’s in it:
– Friends to Lovers
– First Times
– Hurt/Comfort
– Gay x Bisexual
–  Bi Awakening
– Coming Out

Triggers:
– Clerical Abuse
– Absent Parent

Luke lost the ability to trust. Jax questions his sexuality. Both crave love.

Luke Anderson has decided that relationships are not his thing after finding his boyfriend engaging in a sex act with another man on New Year’s Eve. Since then, he only allows sexual gratification from trivial gay bar hook-ups with no strings attached. Even kissing is out of the equation. Now that he has graduated from Arizona State University and is starting a new job in a Tempe, Arizona high-tech company, he’s open to fresh starts.

Jax Meyer’s intense fascination with Luke started when they had class together. His attraction to men has always confused him and kept him in sometimes toxic relationships with women. His current relationship is no different. When he realizes that he’s now working with Luke, he decides to test the waters.

Jax has Luke’s full attention from the moment they see each other in the lobby on their first day at work. The attraction is palpable. When Jax dominates Luke’s time with flirtatious comments and suggestive touching, Luke questions Jax’s motives, especially since he has a girlfriend. Jax makes his intentions known and dives headfirst into being the perfect boyfriend for Luke. But Jax’s girlfriend’s refusal to sever their ties tests Luke’s faith in Jax and could destroy everything.



“Could not stop reading, had to find out how they get their happy every after.”
– Amazon Reviewer

“I really enjoyed Say the Words!! The book is exceptionally well-written and realistic. I found the plot to be quite multidimensional, exceedingly dramatic and, most importantly, chock full of deep and intense feelings. ”
– Amazon Reviewer

“This is such an emotional and heartbreaking read at times. Please don’t get me wrong it has such a lovely HEA but it is hard fought. The characters are so well done and realistic and the drama makes sense and isn’t overdone. ”
– Amazon Reviewer

Playlist for Say the Words

Just for fun, I've created a playlist for all the great 1980's dance music used in this book.