Hard Light


4.00 · 1 ratings · Published: Jan 6th, 2019 {{ book.ratingTitle }}
“They say never meet your heroes. What about falling in love with them? Is that better or worse?”

Tim Richards can’t believe it. He applied to the country’s most prestigious photography workshop and was actually accepted. Bound for Los Angeles, Tim has to leave both his comfort zone and small-town Minnesota, thrilled and terrified in equal measure to be studying under a man he’s idolized for years.

“I should be furious with him. How come I’m not?”

Cohen Carmichael feels like he’s been riding his reputation for too long. He worries he’s a has-been. He worries about his intrusive thoughts. He’s hiding an eating disorder from his friends and growing more isolated by the day. Maybe taking on a protege will be good for him. And if he’s a protege that’s easy on the eyes and eager to please, all the better…

Until his would-be apprentice dumps him in a hot tub fully-clothed. In front of all his donors.

“I’m never going to get a chance like this again.” When they begin a tentative relationship behind closed doors, both of them worry they’ll be the first to screw it up. Cohen can’t be caught sleeping with a workshop student. Tim doesn’t want to look like he’s trying to sleep his way to fame. But they can’t deny how they feel, even as the constant intrigue and gossip of the LA art world threatens to push them apart.

Hard Light is a steamy, full-length gay romance novel with a HEA and no cliffhangers.

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