Between men like us, trust doesn't come easy.
In this village, I'm an outcast: Griffin Everett, the scowling giant who prefers plants to people. Then I meet Keynes, a stranger from the city who's everything I'm not: sharp-tongued, sophisticated, beautiful. Free. For a few precious moments in a dark alleyway, he's also mine, hot and sweet under the stars… until he crushes me like dirt beneath his designer boot.
When the prettiest man I've ever hated shows up at my job the next day, I'm not sure if I want to strangle him or drag him into bed. Actually—I think I want both. But Keynes isn't here for the likes of me: he makes that painfully clear. With everyone else at work, he's all gorgeous, glittering charm—but when I get too close, he turns vicious.
And yet, I can't stay away. Because there's something about this ice king that sets me on fire, a secret vulnerability that makes my chest ache. I'll do whatever it takes to sneak past his walls and see the real man again.
The last thing I expect is for that man to ruin me.
Work for It is 80,000 words of hot, angsty, M/M romance, a spin-off set in the Just for Him world that takes place after the final book in that series. Please be aware: this book contains references to depression and anxiety that may trigger certain audiences.
Hibbert is a marvelous writer of romance, absolutely a must-read author, and Work For It is a favorite among favorites. Olu and Griff face plenty of real challenges and pain, and their developing relationship is sweet and often funny and often fraught and the romance feels both swoony and earned. I couldn’t put it down and look forward to revisiting.