I thought I’d treat you to another sweet little romance, at a sweet little price. Charley Descoteaux recently released her novella Directing Traffic. Here’s the description:
Neil Sedwick expects to spend his vacation in a sleepy tourist trap mourning his late partner’s death. Instead, he puts his recently acquired CPR certificate to use and saves an elderly resident’s life. But it’s the survivor’s nephew, sexy middle-school teacher Ty Bigelow, who causes Neil to reevaluate his routine and consider reopening his heart.
Though the electricity between them is undeniable, Ty is struggling with his own feelings of inadequacy, and Neil is moored to the past. Even the healing peace of an old man’s garden and the ever-changing waters of the Oregon coast may not be enough to prepare Neil to overcome a crisis of the heart.
You can find it here, at Dreamspinner Press, for $3.99.
I shall now return to melting and sitting on icepacks as I try to finish Sexmas (no, that’s not it’s official name, but someone called it that on Twitter and it stuck. I have a very immature mind, in so many ways.)