Known for her “emotional, sexy and smart”* stories, now, HelenKay Dimon presents a bold new novella that takes readers to the edge…
Wade Royer and Elijah Sterling are on shaky ground. While initially reluctant Eli is finally ready to take things to the next level, Wade is hesitant. He senses trouble coming and he’s right. Still, they know their fiercely undeniable connection—both in and out of the bedroom—is worth saving.
Then a man from Eli’s past reappears and the CIA comes calling—and they both want Eli back. With their relationship in jeopardy of falling apart and Eli in danger of a different kind, both men will have to decide what they really want—and then take it…
Includes an exclusive preview of HelenKay Dimon’s latest novel, Mine.
Praise for the novels of HelenKay Dimon:
“Everything I want in a book.”—*New York Times bestselling author Jill Shalvis
“Sexy, fun and satisfying”—Kirkus Reviews
“Sharp writing and sexy romance sizzle.”—Chicago Tribune
“Perfect for readers who appreciate intense intrigue and very erotic romance.”—Publishers Weekly
Bestselling and award-winning author HelenKay Dimon spent twelve years in the most unromantic career ever—divorce lawyer. After dedicating all that time and effort to helping people terminate relationships, she is thrilled to write romance novels full time. Her novels include Only, Mercy and the Hanover Brothers novels, No Turning Back, A Simple Twist of Fate, Long Way Home and Too Far Gone. Her books have been featured at E! Online and in the Chicago Tribune, and she has had two of her books named “Red Hot Reads” in Cosmopolitan magazine. When not writing, she teaches fiction and romance writing at MiraCosta College and UCSD and generally wastes a lot of time watching bad Syfy channel movies.
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Best M/M couple
I haven’t been as excited for a book as I was for this one. I fell in love with these two characters in ONLYand was beyond excited that she was doing a novella to resolve their story.
Wade Royer and Elijah Sterling are two very hot and passionate men. They are two men you never want to cross and them being gay does not take away from that. I think that’s what I loved most about them. Their story was rocky and very volatile in ONLY; it could have gone either way. They are both very stubborn so no matter how much they cared about each other they were not going to give in. Ms. Dimon really gave you a look into both their minds and how they work.
Eli has a hard time dealing with his sexuality and emotions because of his very hard upbringing then entering the CIA. He holds his emotions very close to his vest and it sometimes comes across as him not caring which is not always the case.
Wade on the other hand is just boiling pot of emotion. He’s comfortable not only in his sexuality but in his masculinity. He will never let anyone think he less of man because he likes men instead of woman. His relationship with his jerk of a father also has a lot to do with that.
This book has many emotions and heart-gutting confessions but boy is the sex hot. I am not one for M/M. I normally do not connect with them but Wade and Eli are the exception to any rule. They love hard and fast not only physically but emotionally.
A definite must read for fans of this series and Ms. Dimon. I just got my ARC galley for MINE and I am beyond excited to read it.