Like Coffee and Doughnuts
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by Elle Parker
Category: Erotica/Erotic Romance
Description: Dino Martini might accept his friend Seth as a lover--if they can stay alive. Dino Martini is an old-school P.I. in a modern age. Sure, he may do most of his work on a computer, but he carries a gun, drives a convertible, and lives on the beach. Best friend and mechanic Seth Donnelly will back him in a fight, and there's not a lot more Dino could ask from life. Until his world is turned upside down. A dangerous case and a new apartment are just the start. His friendship with Seth has turned into a romance, only Dino has never had a boyfriend before. Can he handle this sudden twist? Just as he begins to believe it's possible, he loses Seth in more ways than one...
eBook Publisher: Lyrical Press, Inc., 2009 2009
eBookwise Release Date: June 2009
56 Reader Ratings:
Available eBook Formats: OEBFF Format (IMP) [373 KB]
Reading time: 253-354 min.
I had a lot of support and encouragement from a lot of people while I was writing this book, and I want to thank everyone who cheered me on. There are a few people who deserve to be thanked by name because they went above and beyond, and I want them to know how important they are.
Lynda--who got me started on this, kept me going, and put me back on the right path.
Sara--who is willing to take time from whatever she's doing to dissect plot points, run scenarios and trouble shoot with me.
Ande--who'll shake her pompoms any time you ask, and who was always cheering me on. She also gives great beta.
Amberly--who gave me some great advice and a solid lesson in how to really critique my own work.
My sister Tracy--who was the first to say, "Hey ... you've really got something here." And who gave one very sage piece of veterinary advice.
En--who gave me a lot of excellent pointers on alcohol.
My editor Pamela--who is excellent, skilled, and treats me like a rock star--thank you so much.
And maybe most importantly, my husband Scott--who cooked dinner about 361 times in the last year, was perfectly willing to sit in a bar and discuss the nuances of gay romance, and generally puts up with me.
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