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Faux (F-Word 3) by E. Davies

Faux (F-Word 3) by E. Davies

Sam is a 20 year old that gets to be everything but. His mother died two year prior and now he’s running her diner and trying to raise his little brother. He has no time for anything personal, like dating.

Denver works for a charity and is surrounded by happy couples. He’d like to join them in his bliss but his status as an HIV positive male makes it hard. Then he finds himself spending more and more time at the diner conversing and ogling his server Sam.

Both are busy men. How can they carve time out of their schedules for each other? Or will that be their downfall?

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Why I Love Waiters (2nd Edition) by TA Chase

Why I Love Waiters (2nd Edition) by TA Chase

This is book #2 in the Why I Love…..Series.

John Davidson is Chuck’s youngest brother. He’s in the army and has a crush on the waiter at his local diner. Only he doesn’t act on is affections for fear of someone finding out that he’s gay.

Heath Kane¬†once ran away from the small town only to come back after a family tragedy. He’s openly gay and all too well understands the repercussions of not hiding.

After visiting his brother John decides to make his move. Heath is not exactly what John expected but it’s a pleasant surprise. A glorious rainbow on a stormy day that is John’s current position in life.

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