Bring Me The Horizon
by Lucy Hawkins
“I knew better than to believe in happily ever afters.”
Divorced and pushing forty, Elliot Lincoln doesn’t believe in true love. He has his beautiful beachfront home and his career as a thriller writer to keep him satisfied. When it comes to matters of the heart however, he’s locked himself up and thrown away the key. It’s not easy to let anyone in when you’ve experienced great loss, not to mention keeping the strictest of rules when it comes to intimacy.
“It doesn’t matter what’s supposed to be right.”
All his life, River Davis has felt unwanted. When things inevitably went south between him and his abusive ex-boyfriend, he boarded a train and never looked back. Life in the sleepy New England tourist town of Seabrim was supposed to be a fresh start and a chance to follow his dream of becoming a chef. So when he meets a handsome and seemingly lonely older man, he knows he shouldn’t get involved. But when Elliot knocks River off his skateboard during a thunderstorm, it’s kind of hard not to.
“You don’t have to be alone anymore. Not if you’ll let me love you.”
Soon they realize it might be more than just an intense physical attraction that draws the unlikely pair to each other. But with Elliot’s constant denial and secretive nature, River can’t seem to break through the older man’s walls. When River’s past comes calling, could it be Elliot who finally decides to let him in? And could it be that despite the years between them, they might just be able to give each other exactly what they need?
Bring Me The Horizon is a sweet and steamy May/December gay romance. It is a full-length novel with no cliffhanger and an HEA.
This book has not been tagged with topics yet.