TITLE: Evasive Maneuvers
AUTHOR: Lynn Michaels
COVER ARTIST: Jay Aheer
LENGTH: 58,500 words
RELEASE DATE: July 16, 2016
BLURB: Campbell Fain has been rebelling against his father, refusing to grow up for so long, he's not sure what his life really means anymore. When he meets the man that makes his heart melt, he lies to impress him. Unfortunately, facing the truth may turn out to be the least of his problems when he's forced to come face to face with the sins of his father.
He was the quarterback in high school, all American sweetheart and solid guy, but Stone Medlock is just figuring out his life. When he meets Campbell Fain, it turns his world around and he just might be falling hard for the rebellious punk, but will he still be able to support and trust Campbell when the lies come out?
Will Campbell's lies tear them apart before they even begin? Will they find the love behind the lies?
FROM THE AUTHOR
Hi ya’ll! Here’s the down and dirty on Evasive Maneuvers.
This book was totally inspired by the main character Campbell Fain. He was just a blast to write and he really stayed with me, persistently bugging me, until I had it done. He’s a bleached blond dynamo with serious issues, but he learns and grows throughout the story. His love interest, Stone Medlock, is a local Tampa boy, football hero, who kind of lives in his own world. Campbell turns Stone’s life completely upside down. It’s a bit angsty and a bit sweet with tons of issues to work through and a great supporting cast.
Here’s an exclusive tidbit that will emphasize what I mean about their chemistry:
Campbell fell back against the couch, his eyes crinkling up and his pink tongue darting out across his bottom lip. “Open your eyes, Campbell.” I had to watch his ecstasy.
Slowly, he showed me what I needed, opening his eyes sluggishly. I leaned closer to see they had shifted to a darker shade, and a dark, almost black line circled the outside of the color. His pupils were huge. I thought I saw curiosity along with the lust in them. The thought had my lip lifting at the corner in a smirk.
Footnote: Campbell and Stone have a bonus scene at the end of the book that you don’t want to miss. I wrote it because I felt like we just needed one more sexy time with these two. They really steam up the page!
I hope you’ll enjoy it and check out my other work as well and follow me on Amazon.
Stone pulled his jeans all the way off, dropping them to the floor along with his sexy briefs. I couldn't help notice how manly they were; everything about Stone was manly. If I hadn't met him at a gay club, I never would have thought he batted for my team, but every bit of me was so happy he did. It never hurt to have out jocks on the team! He smelled masculine too. Some of that could have been his products that I could smell on myself too, but some of it was just his own natural, earthy scent that I couldn't get enough of.
As I stared at him, waiting for more, his face shifted to something a little less sexy. His brows pressed down, making him appear unhappy or concerned.
“Campbell. Listen. I need to know what else you lied about.”
I chuckled, nervously. “What?” Why the hell did he bring this shit up now, especially when I thought we'd gotten past it?
Lynn Michaels lives and writes in Tampa, Florida where the sun is hot and the sangria is cold. Lynn is the newest addition to Rubicon Fiction, and she loves reading and writing about hot men in love. She writes paranormal and contemporary gay romance.
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