- Evernight Publishing
- Release Date
- July 2018
- Book 2 of Close Proximity
Erotic Romance, LGBTQ, Multi-cultural/Multi-racial Romance
Flynn is having a terrible day—his fiancée jilted him at the altar and now he's alone on his honeymoon. Going to a wilderness resort by himself was probably not his best idea, but then artist Beau Green arrives to make everything even more complicated. A reservation mistake and stormy weather means the charismatic black man is out of options for the night, but Flynn can't let someone sleep on a cold floor when there's a perfectly good sofa in his cabin. When the power dies, Flynn ends up on the sofa, too, because there's only one fireplace, and freezing is not part of his plan for the day.
Also not planned? Having sex with a dude, but Beau is everything his ex is not—kind, strong, and intelligent. Unfortunately, Flynn is straight, and falling for a man might be one disaster too many for him to handle.
Aug 01, 2018 [ OFFICIAL REVIEW ]
15 people found the following review helpful
THE CABIN is the second book in the Close Proximity series, and we meet Flynn who has just been jilted at the altar, and Beau, an artist from LA with a reservation gone wrong. Flynn offers his couch for the night, due to the weather conditions and the mix up, but finds more than he bargained for in Beau.
Whilst not as quick as The Elevator, this story is nevertheless a quick one, fast-paced and punchy, just like I would expect from this author. It is well written, with no editing or grammatical errors that disrupted my reading flow. The bulk of the story with Flynn and Beau is set over one night, although there is a time lapse at the end.
I am thoroughly enjoying these books, even if the cynical side of me is snorting at the insta-love! Definitely recommended by me.
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