Size: 6.00 x 9.00 in
It took one mistake for him to die; it would take two to kill him twice.
Kansas native, Lea Anderson, never thought he would die at eighteen in his cap and gown, mere hours before his high school graduation. He definitely didn’t imagine he would meet his end at the paws of his arch nemesis, his sister’s evil calico. It’s too bad he doesn’t have nine lives to spare...
After his sorry ass lands in the Afterlife, the real trouble starts. But even in death, things don’t go exactly as expected.
With limited allies and an ever-increasing number of enemies, he finds himself stuck in the Afterlife's most dangerous entertainment, The Death Games. But could this blunder become his biggest break?
Unlikely friends and unexpected attraction, gruesome contests and a chance at a second shot at life, they all await within The Games. Can he survive death long enough to live again? Or is he fated to an eternity enslaved? Because if he doesn’t win, the loss might be worse than death itself.
A single winner, a second chance—one thing’s for certain: Lea is not in Kansas anymore.
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Heat Level: 4
Romantic Content: 3
Ending: Click here to reveal
Character Identities: Gay, Pansexual
Protagonist 1 Age: 18-25
Protagonist 2 Age: 18-25
Tropes: Antihero, Badass Hero, Enemies to Lovers, Opposites Attract, Smartass Twinks, Trapped Together
Setting: The Afterlife
Languages Available: English
M. on Amazon wrote:
Something new for you.
Adventure? Check. Hot guys? Check. Sexy M/M times? That's checked too!
This book was so different than anything else I've read. It's an HEA, but necessarily the one you want or expect. I highly recommend!
Anastasia Beaverhausen on Amazon wrote:
A must read!
The synopsis hooked me, and the story exceeded my expectations! I absolutely loved every chapter of this, and the plot twists that kept me reading until way past my normal bedtime. I definitely recommend this for all MM readers!!!
Amazon Customer on Amazon wrote:
Omg i loved it. Such a unique story and i adored Lea!
Not what I was expecting...
This story turned out to be REALLY good. The characters were great and the games were great. Each game was teaching the characters a lesson about themselves.