Giving you another snippet from Becoming Rafe before next week starting to go through some of my backlist.
Rafe went a bit postal and Levlin stopped him with one phrase “Pants and underwear off.” Now his freakout is done, and he has something else to concentrate on.
He stood up and unbuttoned his pants, trying not to look at the lap he would soon be over. As he pushed his pants and underwear down, Levlin said, “Remove them. It’s warm enough in here, and I doubt you’ll want anything rubbing over your butt when I’m done.” Well, that sounded awful. Rafe glanced up through his eyelashes and gave the most pleading look he could manage. All it did was make Levlin grin. “Nice try, cutie. You’re still going ass up over my lap.”
Men of Falcon Pointe
About This Book
Eighteen-year-old Nephi Norton goes to Falcon Pointe University to find himself. Away from his conservative family, he hopes to discover if his attraction to men is the real deal. Encouraged to be someone a little different, he starts using his middle name. “Rafe” quickly makes friends, some of whom use a paddle to dispense caring discipline, and he lives it up—until midterms hit and he realizes he’s flunking statistics class.
When Scotland native Éigneachán Jackson Levlin offers to help, Rafe is eager to accept—not only because Levlin is a psychologist, but also because he’s out and proud and hot as hell.
As their relationship heats up, Rafe decides to spend one last Christmas with his family before he tells them. When his little sister outs him to his siblings, they turn out to be fully supportive, and he takes heart—until he introduces Levlin to his father, who brutally dismisses both of them. Now Rafe must come to peace with his father’s rejection or risk losing Levlin—and all he has become at Falcon Pointe—forever.
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