It’s time to dust off your coat and your boots, and wrap up warm because we’re off to the snow-covered moors of Yorkshire to watch two very different men find love, because…
Will and Jamie were both a delight and a challenge to write, because they both come from different places and need different things. Their story is all about passion and purpose, and finding those alongside someone you love.
It’s a low-angst slice of life romance full of heat and heart with a gruff Yorkshire farmer who desperately needs a break, a London party boy with a hedonistic reputation, one night together that’s not supposed to go anywhere, nosy friends with no boundaries, lots of snow, and the chaos of lambing season.
I’m so excited to take you back to Heather Bay, and I hope you love Will and Jamie as much as I do.
Plus Dan Calley has already started recording the audio, so that will be available soon.
One night isn’t supposed to lead to love.
Jamie Stone is rich, beautiful, and bored out of his skull. The past few years have been an endless round of parties, and the decadence has lost its lustre. When a late night decision to get away lands him in the small seaside town of Heather Bay, Jamie’s convinced he’s made a mistake.
Heather Bay is no Ibiza, but it does have Will.
Will is stressed, stretched, and doesn’t have time for anything but work. He’s too busy trying to keep his head above water to focus on the London party boy who keeps ending up in his bed. Jamie is nothing but a distraction, but Will can’t resist coming back for more, especially with the harsh realities of farming nipping at his heels.
With the clock ticking on Jamie’s stay and the chaos of lambing season fast approaching, both men will have to look beyond themselves and let go of their fears. If they can, they might find the one thing they’ve always needed.
Like I Needed is a steamy and sweet hook-ups to lovers contemporary MM romance featuring a city boy with a hedonistic reputation, a gruff farmer in need of a break, endless amounts of snow, friends with no boundaries, terrible scrambled eggs, and the breath-taking beauty of the Yorkshire moors.
It is book three in the Heather Bay series and while it can be read as a standalone, it’s best enjoyed as part of the series.
“After Jamie ends up in Heather Bay and in everyone’s favorite pub, our boys meet up, keep meeting up, burning up the sheets, birthing the sheeps, eating the cakes, wearing the jumpers. As always, our lovely queen of low angst gives us a snuggly quilt of found and birth family of a tale.”Amazon Reviewer