Blog Tour & Excerpt:
Lookin’ For Mr. Right: A Charity Anthology
Lookin’ for love?
Finding love is never easy, but when these men go on their journey to find Mr. Right, we find out just how right it is. From funny and sweet to steamy and unexpected, these are sixteen stories you won’t want to miss.
Look for love in all the right places.
Lookin’ For Mr. Right is a limited edition charity anthology and all proceeds from this set will be donated to The Trevor Project.
Excerpt From Catching Kalen by Maya Nicole & Britt Andrews
His eyebrow lifted mimicking the corner of his mouth. “Monroe. And you are?” He sat back against the stool, cool as a cucumber, but there was something about him that made my heart race.
Annnnd that was ridiculous. He’d said like… three things to me, but it was really about the way he carried himself, like he could decimate a man with his brain or some shit. Fuck, the tequila was kicking in.
“Kalen,” I replied as the bartender put our drinks down. Monroe slipped her a bill, telling her to keep the change. He picked up his glass of whiskey and motioned for me to do the same.
“Well, Kalen. What should we toast to tonight? New adventures? Good times?” An emotion I couldn’t place flashed across his face, and I swallowed, my throat suddenly tight.
“All of the above,” I rasped, pushing my glass against his before throwing it back, shutting my eyes as the liquid burned going down.
As I opened my eyes, I brought my glass down, and a little drop of liquor slid down my chin.
Monroe’s eyes tracked its path, and before I could lift my hand to wipe it away, his thumb
swiped it off my warm skin.
I sat there frozen. What the hell was that? Blinking, I glanced around the bar, but nobody was paying any attention to the man who just wiped tequila off of my face with his thumb.
Since I was a glutton for punishment, I looked over at him. He was smirking at me. Smirking. All I could do was stare in fascination as he took the thumb that was still wet and popped it into his mouth.
Jesus Christ. My cock twitched in my jeans. I didn’t know what was happening, but I felt really hot and confused… and hot. I needed to get out of there.
Founded in 1998 by the creators of the Academy Award®-winning short film TREVOR, The Trevor Project is the leading national organization providing crisis intervention and suicide prevention services to lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer & questioning (LGBTQ) young people under 25.
The Authors Involved include:
J.J. Riley & Suki Gale
Bee Murray & CJ Vincent
Maya Nicole & Britt Andrews
Along with Inked Imagination Publishing