An all-new, full-length story spun from the world of Seth King's bestselling Straight series Two best friends. One week in paradise. One pact that goes explosively off the rails... MSM - (men who have sex with men) - a growing phenomenon in which straight men engage in casual sex with other straigh...
An all-new, full-length story spun from the world of Seth King’s bestselling Straight series
Two best friends. One week in paradise. One pact that goes explosively off the rails…
MSM – (men who have sex with men) – a growing phenomenon in which straight men engage in casual sex with other straight men, which sociologists attribute to loosening cultural norms and relaxing social views towards sexuality
Beau Lindemann and Nathan Sykes took their first steps together and went to their first prom in the same limo. In fact, there’s nothing the twenty-two-year-olds have ever kept from each other – except one long-simmering secret.
Today, Beau and Nathan have major girl problems. Each dumped by their girlfriends, they find themselves single, lonely and tipsy in Key West. After a boozy night of commiseration takes a shocking turn, Beau and Nathan decide to throw caution to the Atlantic winds, forget about girls for a few days, and make a pact to use each other’s bodies for sex.
That was their first mistake. But why worry about tomorrow when today feels this good?
Warning: this is not a warning. This book is about two dudes who love each other, and that’s fine, and no “warning label” or “trigger warning” (as I often see on LGBT-related books) is needed, because there’s nothing wrong with love. These warning labels only spread the idea that gay people are associated with shame and scandal, and you won’t ever find me using one. Thank you for reading. – Seth King