Two weeks into this long month already?? Wowsers. Plus, my ‘staycation’ will end tomorrow as I return to the working world… weeee! I’m excited though; the job is a good distance away, but it’s in an area I love, so that helps a lot. Now to just get some tasks cleaned up ( or started) and we’re off!
This week I’m again posting from the brand new release ‘Aria” (Upstaged 4) which came out Jul 12th on Extasy Books. (links are below to their site and Amazon).
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Blurb: You think you’re holding someone close, but if you’re not paying attention, they could slip right out of your arms and fall.
Asher and Erik are getting married, but Asher isn’t happy about the pressure being put on him by their families and unwittingly by Erik himself. Issues that have plagued him for a long time come bubbling to the surface and threaten to overwhelm him. Although he cries out for help, no one hears; instead they write it off as Asher throwing a tantrum again. Only Angel sees the cracks, but it’s too much for him to handle on his own, although he tries.
The pressure builds, and even though there are breakouts, still no one sees the extent of the problem until the night before the wedding, when Asher is confronted by Erik in front of all their family and friends, and bolts.
Fortunately, Asher is rescued by Vince’s Uncle Tony, who makes him an offer he can’t refuse.
The Band heads off to London for a three-month tour, and not everyone is happy about it. Vince is stressed out and worried that Angel is not being entirely faithful. Should he say something? Then Connor meets an old friend, just when he starts having doubts about his relationship with Angel, and the fur starts to fly.
Will any of the couples survive?
This week we pick up with the wedding talk that Asher can do without. Enjoy!.”
“It’s a kilt. It’s different. You know it is.”
“Whose wedding is this anyway?” Asher snapped. “I don’t want to wear a penguin suit and sit around pretty white tables with bowls of roses under a flower arch and play with the fairies on the way down the aisle. I want black roses and candles and a cake with a skull on top. And I know it’s not traditional, but neither am I.” He threw his napkin onto the table and stood up, scowling. “I’m going to sketch the sunset over the paddock. Call me when it’s time to go. No, call me after the wedding.” Tossing his hair, he slouched around the corner of the house and disappeared.