Theyâ€™re going to need a bigger tent.
Henriâ€™s list of bad exes is as long as his arm, but nothing prepared him for his latest, heart-stomping breakup. He thought he couldnâ€™t feel more abandoned, until his ride for a group camping trip bails, leaving him stuck driving for hours with a guy who is absolutely not his type.
After breaking up with his girlfriend of five years, firefighter Logan is working up the nerve to explore his interest in men. He knows heâ€™s gay. He just hasnâ€™t had the guts to do anything about itâ€¦until now.
Henriâ€™s big-city attitude and tight jeans push every last one of Loganâ€™s buttons, and when he and Henri have to share a tent, Logan is thrilled. He should have realized Pacific Northwest weather would get wetâ€”forcing them to strip naked. Though the steam between them is thicker than coastal fog, Henriâ€™s not sure he can let himself fall for another man. Not even the guy who finally treats him right.
Warning:Contains bad ex-boyfriends, even worse weather, and more than your average amount of sex in a tent. May not be suitable for those with germ phobias, outdoor aversions or fear of damp shoes.
Logan pulled off his helmet, and Henri did the same. There was a moment when their eyes met, Logan grinning and Henri grinning right back. Henri realized Logan was going to kiss him a split second before it happened.
Henri jerked to get out of the way before their lips touched, and though Loganâ€™s kiss landed at Henriâ€™s hairline, a thrill of panic still ran through him. No way. Herpes! Logan couldnâ€™t kiss him, and Henri definitely couldnâ€™t kiss Logan back. Plenty of other guys would have taken the riskâ€”especially if it was just a kissâ€”but Henri couldnâ€™t.
â€œOh.â€ Logan froze, his breath still in Henriâ€™s hair. Slowly, he stepped back. â€œIâ€™m sorry.â€
â€œNo. Itâ€™s fine.â€ Henri held his hands palms up, wishing he could explain in a few words, but the guys on the ridge above were already calling to them, hollering that it was time for lunch.
â€œI didnâ€™t mean…â€ Logan turned away, hiding his expression. â€œI just mean itâ€™s no big deal.â€ Shoulders curled forward, Logan headed up the stairs.
â€œLogan,â€ Henri called after him. He hated this. If things were different, he would have been on Logan from the second he saw what he was hiding under his shirt. He would have kissed him and even given his dick a squeeze for good measure. Now heâ€™d be stuck with half explanations all weekend. â€œWait up.â€
AUTHOR Bio and Links:
Birkenstock-wearing glamour girl and mother of two by immaculate conception, Daisy Harris still isn’t sure if she writes erotica. Her romances start out innocently enough. However, her characters behave like complete sluts. Much to Miss Harris’s dismay the sex tends to get completely out of hand.
She writes about fantastical creatures and about young men getting their freak on, and she’s never missed an episode of The Walking Dead.
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