Trevor: It was supposed to be a one-night stand.
Josh isn’t even my type. I mean, physically, sure, with those hopeful green eyes and hips that fit perfectly in my hands, he’s insanely sexy. But the guy talks too much, tries too hard, flirts way too shamelessly. From the moment I met Josh, I knew he’d drive me crazy.
I didn’t think it mattered for one night. I suck at relationships, so I stopped trying long ago. I didn’t expect to ever see Josh again. And I definitely didn’t expect him to turn out to be sweeter, kinder, and genuinely a better person than a guy like me deserves. I should know better than to want someone like him.
It was supposed to be a one-night stand. So why the hell can’t I let him go?
Josh: It freaking figures.
The night I finally have some meaningless fun–and, incidentally, the hottest hook-up of my life–I manage to pick the one guy in the bar who I’m gonna have to see for the rest of the summer. How was I supposed to know that Trevor had a competing claim on my grandma’s cabin? Or that he’s the only person who can help me get it ready to sell by the end of the season?
It would be so much easier if I could hate him. Trevor’s got that whole tall, dark, and mysterious thing down – emphasis on mysterious. He’s aloof to the point of arrogance and deals with emotions about as well as a tree-trunk. He swears he’s no good for me, but the more time I spend with him, the more I know he’s wrong.
It freaking figures. So what the hell am I supposed to do now?
Strawberry Moon is Book 4 in the Maple Springs series. While each book focuses on different characters and can be read on its own, they’ve even more fun to read together. Strawberry Moon is an 85,000 word m/m romance with enemies-to-lovers, out-for-you, and hurt/comfort themes. No cheating, no cliffhangers, and a guaranteed HEA.