8/31/2011

Loving Jacob: Coming from Breathless Press, Nov. 4, 2011


Coming Soon




Loving Jacob
Status: In edits
Release date: November 4, 2011

Loving Jacob
By
Lee Brazil

Do you believe in second chances? When Malcolm Jenner’s sex on the side turns into more, he isn’t above begging for a second chance.


Loving Jacob is the story of an older man, conditioned by the times he was raised in and by the parents who raised him, to hide his inclinations and fulfill his duties to the family name. He took a chance on disappointing his family once, and doesn’t intend to do so again. A marriage of convenience with a woman he considers a friend, a child to carry on the family name, and a job with a prestigious law firm made up for his refusal to follow in his surgeon father’s footsteps. Discretion is the name of Malcolm Jenner’s game. He can play with the men of his choice as long as he is discreet and word of his affairs stays out of the public eye.

Malcolm’s workplace encounter with a much younger Jacob Renault turns his world on its axis. Jacob was raised in a middle class environment in an era when being gay was not so much a shameful secret. He has higher expectations in life than being some man’s secret lover. Jacob wants a family as close to the one he grew up in as possible, a house in the suburbs, kids, cats, dogs, the whole works.

At first neither is willing to compromise their stance, but an agreement is reached, with each man planning to do his best to subvert the other to his viewpoint. Lust turns to love, and what’s impossible becomes merely improbable, but is it going to be enough?

Meet Malcolm and Jacob in these 2 free reads!  

Jacob's Valentine                           Malcolm's Easter

4 comments:

  1. Oh Lee, this sounds wonderful! I can't wait to read it.

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  2. Sounds great! :D I like the storyline

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  3. Wow it sounds great Lee, I'm looking forward to reading it.

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