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Nobody Knows

What Webs We Weave 2

by Jaxon Grant

Things are only heating up after Qier’s earth-shattering hit knocked his teammate out. Qier is destined to protect his family at all costs. Qier’s loyalty to his family and friends is unmatched, but will he be loyal enough to reveal his secret to the people he loves the most? In the midst of all the drama in his life, an unexpected character throws Qier a curveball. Is Qier being set up or is someone being shady? What will Qier do?

Could Keston’s desire to have relationships like his best friends finally be in his reach? One chance encounter at a bus stop could change everything for him. Could this be the love Keston’s been yearning for?

Raheim’s and Izzy’s friendship is taking a turn for the worst. Both are holding on to secrets that could easily destroy lives. What are the two friends hiding from each other? Will they be able to repair what’s broken?

Phoenix wants to settle down and he thinks he’s found that dude. The only issue is Phoenix’s current boyfriend. In addition to Phoenix’s love life stressing him, his past is haunting him. What really happened in Mississippi? What is he running from? Why is he really in Orlando?

In the second entry of a nine-book short story series, the web of intricate secrets, lies and jealously continue to tangle, but Qier’s unbelievable dark secret is destined to turn your world upside down. Just remember—everything isn’t always as it seems.

Publisher: Independently Published
Pairings: M-M
Heat Level: 5
Romantic Content: 4
Ending: Click here to reveal
Character Identities: Bisexual, Gay, Questioning, Transgender
Protagonist 1 Age: 18-25
Protagonist 2 Age: 18-25
Protagonist 3 Age: 18-25
Tropes: Alpha Character, Cheating, Coming of Age, First Time, Forbidden Love, Mind Games, Most Mindblowing Sex Ever, One Night Stand, Thrill of the Chase, True Love
Word Count: 31359
Setting: Orlando, Florida
Languages Available: English
Series Type: Same Universe / Various Characters
Reviews:John W. Mack on Amazon wrote:

Things are heating up in this well-written and fast paced story. Wow, What Web We Weave book 2 start of with drama and ends with it. Like all of Jaxon Grant books, he creates characters that are well remembered long after the book is finished. This book is no exception. While we got to know a little history about the main characters, Qier, Keston, Phoenix, Raheim and Izzy, in book #1; in this book, Jaxon starts to flesh out the story more and we get to see the nature of characters even more. What is more important is that Jaxon writes a book where every character and every scene serves a purpose. WWWW is book that makes a statement about gays in society, gay lifestyle, and those things that make us ponder about our own relationships whether family and friends. This book made me reflect on what is was like to be young and ready to begin my adult life. Jaxon Grant is excellent at writing about chaos, secrets, betrayal, redemption, hope and love- which is part of this short book. I highly recommend this book to all of Jaxon Grant fans and those that just want to read a book that will keep you intrigued. Well done, Mr. Grant!

Mr. McKnight to you! on Amazon wrote:

This s*** just keeps getting better. I need the next installment immediately! Great job yet again! Keep it up!!! Damn!

Erek on Amazon wrote:

One the best writers I've encountered in a long time. The story and characters are both believable and relatable. Wonderful!!!!

About the Author

Known mostly as BnTasty by his online reader-base, Jaxon Grant started his writing conquest in June 2008, on Da Site, which was a popular stories website for gay and bisexual men. With his initial publications, Jaxon captivated his audience and created a healthy following that urged him to move outside of the confines of those who flocked to Da Site to read his material. Now, after many years of growing and understanding his skills as a writer, he’s brought his work to a national audience.

Jaxon has written with compelling thoughts that tackle the issues we face as Americans, not just in the LGBT community. In his unique style, he uses the elements of drama, mystery, suspense, romance, and tragedy to further the depth and scope of his work.

Jaxon was born and raised in Orlando, Florida. He graduated from the Florida A&M University (FAMU) and majored in Social Science Education. While at FAMU, Jaxon was a member of the marching band, the world-renown FAMU Marching 100.

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