forbidden love

Rome and Jules by Tara Lain

Rome and Jules by Tara Lain

This is a retelling of Romeo and Juliet.

Rome Siracusa is part of a very wealthy and powerful clan although they are slightly newish to the territory. They’re also very anti gay which puts Rome is a difficult situation as he must keep himself being gay a secret from his clan. This includes his father and brothers. Not even his best friend knows.

One night Rome and his best friend crash a party at the Havillands; the oldest pack in the territory. They used to be wealthy and well protected but their fortune has been squandered. To right this wrong the alpha has arranged for his son Jules to be wed to a wealthy entrepreneur. The pack knows Jules is gay and most accept this.

When Rome sees Jules he’s not expecting the pull he feels, the need to rescue Jules from his situation, make Jules his, to love Jules.

From here Rome starts a game to save Jules that could quickly turn deadly if either pack finds out.

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Best Friend’s Father by Devon McCormack

Best Friend’s Father by Devon McCormack

Eric didn’t know he was a father until Ty was 16 and its just been a rocky road since. Now that Ty’s older Eric is trying but neither really knows what to do to bridge the gap. Eric lets Ty use his condo in Mexico for a vacation in which Ty takes his best friend Jesse.

Jesse is bisexual but has never spoken about his feelings towards men to anyone. Then he meets Ty’s father. The attraction between the two is immediate and fierce. Ty is oblivious and both Eric and Jesse must hide their attraction. Until Ty has to run back to the states for a work emergency leaving his dad and best friend alone to scratch an itch.

When the vacation bubble pops and life comes back to reality there’s more than Ty as an obstacle. Now Jesse and Eric have to decide if they want to continue forward, if it’s going to be worth the fight of their lives, or end things now.

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