Month: September 2016

My Goal another bisexual MM romance

I’m enjoying the theme of bisexual men who are confident in their sexuality. the bi character in my forthcoming book My Goal is a lot like Connor of Our Secret Wedding.

My Goal is published later in the week by LoveLight Press (Fri 30th Sept).

Here’s the blurb and cover:

ABOUT

A story of first love. A friends-to-lovers romance between two closeted soccer players.

He’s cocky, he’s arrogant, he’s entitled to his big ego. He an International footballer and a multimillionaire. Carlos Garcia’s a huge success on and off the pitch, and he’s got it all. Joining a new football club, he wants his teammates to like him, especially the one man who sets his pulse racing.

As the quietest guy on the football team, Harry Carter avoids attention. He’s so scared of people finding out he’s gay that he’s made sure there are just clothes in his closet. He has nothing to hide, there’s no history, no past, no secret boyfriend, not even a one-night stand. Ever.

Things are changing. Outside of work, Harry’s best friends are a discreet gay couple, but how is Harry going to keep all the secrets when the new guy on the football team keeps hanging around? Why exactly does Carlos sit next to Harry at every opportunity?

A standalone story with a happy ending and no cliffhanger.

Features:

  • A secret wedding

  • Workplace romance

  • Millionaire sportsmen

  • A bisexual man who meets his dream man

  • First time love and sex

  • Two hot guys in love

  • 40,000 words

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Our Secret Wedding Gay Construction workers Friends to Lovers MM

OSW is available now on amazon & free to read in kindle unlimited

Here’s what they say in the amzn reviews:

“So heartwarming you couldn’t help but be entertained.”

“They fall into an affair so sweet I felt I needed to see a dentist.”

“we can watch them fall in love and experiment in bedroom. There is a lot of sex scenes so ppl looking for some hot times should be delighted… they hide their feelings because “construction workers are not gay”. They are both afraid of the consequences since they both can lose their jobs and their friends. I liked that they both had this type of job and that they both looked all masculine. I think it is important since this type of characters are not very popular in M/M books and this prejudice about connection between job type and sexuality is really strong. Contrary to MCs’ fear we get a very happy ending here and I have a feeling we’ll have not only another Connor and Lee’s story but also Tom and Ben’s.” [she could be correct about Tom & Ben :)]

“I knew this would be s good read because I enjoy this author’s work. What I didn’t expect was for it to be so good I not only didn’t want to put it down, I also wanted more. Conner and Lee are great characters.”

And here’s the blurb:

A friends-to-lovers, feel-good gay romance. Contains a whole lot of man-on-man love action, and an elopement to Gretna Green for a secret wedding.

Impulsive and romantic, Connor is set to take over the family business, Sky High Scaffolds, with his siblings. But he might be ruled out as possible CEO, because even though he’s almost thirty, he’s still single.
Connor makes a life-changing chance discovery about a member of his construction team. Lee is gay, but no one at work knows. The macho scaffolding crew aren’t known for their gay-friendliness.

At twenty-nine years of age, sexy scaffolder Lee is looking for love and commitment. He’s not about to hook up with any straight guy who’s going through a gay experimental phase. Especially not his work colleague, Connor.

Lee fears rejection if and when Connor wakes up and realizes he’s not bisexual and not into guys.
Connor fears losing the love of his life if he can’t prove he’s serious about him and win Lee’s heart.

Standalone novel with a happy ending.

55,000 words.

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Our Secret Wedding by H J Perry MM book cover

Very excited to share with you the cover for my next book. Coming very soon.

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About

A friends-to-lovers, feel-good gay romance. Contains a whole lot of man-on-man love action, and an elopement to Gretna Green for a secret wedding.

Impulsive and romantic, Connor is set to take over the family business, Sky High Scaffolds, with his siblings. But he might be ruled out as possible CEO, because even though he’s almost thirty, he’s still single.

Connor makes a life-changing chance discovery about a member of his construction team. Lee is gay, but no one at work knows. The macho scaffolding crew aren’t known for their gay-friendliness.

At twenty-nine years of age, sexy scaffolder Lee is looking for love and commitment. He’s not about to hook up with any straight guy who’s going through a gay experimental phase. Especially not his work colleague, Connor.

Lee fears rejection if and when Connor wakes up and realizes he’s not bi and not into guys.

Connor fears losing the love of his life if he can’t prove he’s serious about him and win Lee’s heart.

It is a 60,000 word standalone novel with a happy ending.