A rock star's darkest secret-- his teenage son.
Out of the closet, free to be himself for the first time in his life, rock star Stoney has fallen hard for a younger musician.
Carlin wants no part of the spotlight. He's an artist. Being with a famous man like Stoney is a challenge, especially for a guy with anxiety. But there's a sweet side to Stoney that not everybody gets to see. Carlin can't stay away.
Together, Carlin and Stoney can overcome any obstacle. The gutter press is a nuisance, but they won't let trashy gossip pull them apart.
And then they face the toughest challenge yet, when Stoney learns he's the father to the son he never knew he had.
The Runaway Father is a full-length 285 page male/male contemporary rock star romance novel complete with no cliffhangers, a ton of angst about missing fathers and how boys sometimes have to become men on their own, absolutely no cheating, and a guaranteed Happy Ever After.
While this novel is designed to be read as a standalone, it does include a subplot spoiler for The Runaway Millions. There are also a few brief references to events in The Runaway Model and The Runaway Millions from Stoney's point of view, the irony of which will escape you if you haven't read those books. If you plan to read the whole series, we recommend going in this order:
*The Runaway Model -- Kyle and Bryce's story begins (complete with Happy For Now ending)
*The Runaway Millions -- Kyle and Bryce's story reaches its Happy Ever After.
*"Blackmail Boy" (a short story about how Carlin and Stoney first met)
*The Runaway Father -- Carlin and Stoney find their Happy Ever After.
Read them all, or jump in anywhere. Each book is intended to be self-contained.