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by L. A. Witt
Category: Erotica/Gay-Lesbian Erotica/Gay Fiction
Description: Sequel to the Amber Allure best-seller Getting Off The Ground...
It started with a snowstorm and ended with a sizzling one-night-stand, but neither man is ready for it to be over.
Jilted groom Elliott Chandler doesn't do "last minute" or "impulsive," but at the very last minute, he impulsively changes his flight from Oahu to Maui. What was supposed to be his honeymoon turned into two weeks with a man he just met.
Derek Windsor is all about "last minute" and "impulsive," but what he doesn't do is fall in love. He's a happily promiscuous bachelor and that's final.
They thought one night together wasn't enough. Two weeks, however, is going to be more than they bargained for...
NOTE: Don't miss the sequel, On The List!
Genres: Gay / Contemporary / Exhibitionism / Public Places / Series
eBook Publisher: Amber Quill Press, 2011
eBookwise Release Date: December 2011
12 Reader Ratings:
Available eBook Formats: OEBFF Format (IMP) [185 KB]
Reading time: 116-163 min.
"4 STARS!...What struck me about Infinity Pools was how detailed L. A. Witt was in describing Hawaii, particularly the island of Maui--where Derek lives. L. A. Witt nailed the laid-back and tranquil feeling of the islands to a tee...made me want to book a trip back immediately! It was a wonderful second installment in this series, giving more details and insight in Elliott and Derek. I would love to read about the next stage in their relationship in a third book. Recommended."--Lasha, Reviews By Jessewave
Something deep down relaxed. That was one thing that had swung the pendulum in his favor from the get-go: no matter what he wanted, he was willing to back down and back off if I showed the slightest hesitation. Last night, when I got cold feet in the heat of the moment, he'd given me a few minutes and some breathing room. Didn't push me at all, and in fact let me make the first move to get things started again.
"I'd rather go to sleep frustrated," he'd said, "than try to sleep knowing I'd pushed you into something you weren't ready for." If I was going to have some reckless rebound fun, I could do worse than committing myself to two weeks with someone like him.
I turned my hand over and slid my fingers between his. "I have second thoughts about everything."
He offered a cautious smile. "Okay, but do you still want to go with me? You can always--"
"I do want to go." That was no lie. I didn't doubt for a second that I wanted to. He didn't need to know about my internal debate over whether "want to" outweighed "shouldn't."
"Well, if you decide you're not sure about staying at my place," he said, "it won't hurt my feelings if you want to get a hotel room."
"You trying to kick me out before we even get there?"
Derek chuckled. "Not a chance." His humor faded. "I just don't want you thinking you're obligated to stay with me."
"If I do stay with you, does that mean you're obligated to sleep with me?"
He trailed his fingers along the inside of my wrist. "Trust me," he said, almost whispering, "obligation is a moot point where that is concerned."