Need a prescription for love? Take two, and call me in the morning.
And Call Me in the Morning: Eli and Zane. Yes, they spend a lot of time together. That doesn’t mean they’re a real couple. When teased about it one too many times by their colleagues, Zane challenges Eli to set the record straight with a kiss to prove there’s absolutely no chemistry between them. Neither expected a spark to ignite between them. More than a spark. Truth be told, Eli’s not so sure they can set the record straight after all.
And Call Me in the Evening: Eli’s still not great at wearing his heart on his sleeve and Zane’s still got trust issues, but they manage just fine. It’s all good. Right? Yes and no. Eli’s ex-wife Marybeth has come back to town, bringing a heaping helping of hassle with her. There’s something to be said for setting the story straight, it’s true. Eli knows he and Zane have a good thing going even if keeping it that way is the hardest -- and best -- part.
Publisher’s Note: And Call Me in the Morning and And Call Me in the evening were previously published as single titles by a different press.
A beautiful story
As a set these books are fantastic, individually I feel you have to have both to find the happiness that seeps from the pages. Following these two along, as they came to themselves as to what they were to one another, was a lovely experience. Together they brought a serenity and comfort to each other and a love that binds the reader to the pages. These two stories encompass and show love at its best. This author has created a beautiful story.
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