Today we shine the spotlight on Jamie Lake and
I Got You
When college student Jake is left for dead on the side of the road, he has one thing on his mind: Learn to defend himself against the men that gay bashed him. And fight back or die trying.
At his sister’s suggestion, he tries self‐defense courses. Little does he know when he asks the man to teach him, he'll be guarding more than his body, he'll be guarding his heart.
Aspiring MMA trainer Benjamin is on his last leg, literally. As a wounded warrior, he's scarred from a broken heart that has nearly broken his spirit.
So when Jake approaches him for lessons and tells him his story, it touches his heart. The more time Jake and Benjamin spend together, the more they realize they’re becoming best friends.
The more time they spend together, the more they realize they can't live without The more time they spend together, the more they realize they’re falling in love. But Jake has a secret, one that could change everything....
“No. People might see us,” Jake said. He looked down and saw a handful
of people down quite a distance away. His insecurities about himself surfaced.
He couldn’t help himself.
“Look at me,” Benjamin ordered and stood up. “Now.”
“I don’t like it when you say no. I’m a man. And I’m used to getting my
way. If we’re going to be together, you’re going to have to get used that. And
right here, right now, I want you. I’m going to take you, Jake. You hear me?”
Somehow those words comforted him, soothed him, gave him the
security he needed. They also gave him a hard‐on so stiff, it hurt.
“I got you.
They can’t see us through the trees. Besides, that’s what makes it hotter.”
“We should just ...” Jake said, but Benjamin’s kisses down his neck
“Huh?” Benjamin asked, continuing to kiss him in all the right places.
“We should ...” But again, the man’s hot mouth tasted the nape of Jake’s
neck, his hot breath rolling down his arm. Every kiss, every touch was heaven.
“Huh?” Benjamin teased, that devilish smile of his indicating he had no
intention of stopping.
“Maybe we should ...”
Benjamin’s kisses ended at Jake’s fingertips where he slid them in his hot
wet mouth, toying with them with his tongue. The vibration of his moan as he
slid them in and out, in and out of his mouth made Jake arch his neck back in
“Are you sure you want to stop?” Benjamin asked. “Huh?”
“No, I ...”
“Are you sure you want me to ... stop?” He ran his tongue up and down
the underside of his wrist. Jake had no idea that was one of his spots. Leave it
to the love‐making machine to help him discover it.
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About the author:
I'm the author of more than 50 gay romance novels and novellas. I've been a big fan of gay romance books ever since I started reading them and I really try to do something a little different. Some of my favorite gay romance mm authors are Kindle Alexander, Sara York, Riley Hart and River Jaymes. With my own novels, I like to give my readers all the hot steamy scenes they like, but I also write characters with a lot of drama.
Every single character I write has a piece of me in them and in many ways, their situations have mirrored things I've been through in my own life or other people I know have been through. Whether it's Casey in "Boyfriend for Rent" who was kicked out his boyfriend's house suddenly or Chris in "The Trainer" who was cheated on or even Peter in the "Bad Boy" series who was desperate to find love and stability, I've been there and done that.
Fortunately for me, I have a wonderful partner now, so I know the heights of true love but I also know the lows of a messy breakup. I hope you enjoy reading my gay romance mm stories as much I enjoy writing them.
And although my books have found amazing success, I'm so grateful for every single one of my readers who have helped me make my dream of becoming a fulltime gay romance author come true. You rock!
For more information about me, visit my website.
(Note: I also write under the pen name "Jessica Holly". These are the exact same stories as Jamie Lake books but adapted to the M/Floving audience. This is intentional, not an accident and yes, it is authorized.)
Jeff Rivera is an author and inspirational media personality. He has appeared on national television, radio and print in such outlets as Forbes.com, The Boston Globe, Publishers Weekly, Right On! Magazine, Rotarian Magazine, TMZ, WABC, WNBC, WCBS, SITV, American Latino and NPR.
He also writes or has written for Entertainment Weekly, Mediabistro, GalleyCat, Publishing Perspectives, Digital Book World, Examiner, American Chronicle, School Library Journal and the Huffington Post and has been invited to speak and inspire groups all over the world from South Carolina to Nigeria. He has been on panel discussions for The Library Journal, Authors Guild, the Harlem Book Fair and many others.
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