- What Webs We Weave
- What Webs We Weave 2: Nobody Knows
- What Webs We Weave 3: Finding Your Love
- What Webs We Weave 4: Don't Look Back
- What Webs We Weave 5: Old Terror
- What Webs We Weave 6: Could You Be
- What Webs We Weave 7: Thought You Should Know
- What Webs We Weave 8: Guilty Conscience
- What Webs We Weave 9: Exit Wounds
In the fourth entry of a nine-book short story series, Phoenix has been put in an intense situation and he has some tough decisions to make. With the pressure mounting, will he be able to wiggle out of harms way without giving himself up? To make matters worse, Phoenix’s ghosts of Mississippi are haunting him. What will he do?
Keston wants to take a leap on faith and enter a relationship with Phoenix, but something Qier said is lingering in his mind, causing Keston to pull back. With Qier away at the NFL Scouting Combine, Keston feels this is the perfect time to take a chance on love. He wants to move forward, but after Keston’s previously failed relationship, he doesn’t know if he can completely trust Phoenix. Not only that, Cheyenne drops two big bombshells on Keston that is guaranteed to rock some worlds.
A friend of Raheim enters the story and is destined to ruffle some feathers. He’s young, sexy, outspoken and a firecracker waiting to explode. And when it’s revealed who exactly he’s connected with—all hell is going to break loose.
Publisher: Independently Published
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: 30979
Setting: Orlando, Florida
Languages Available: English
Series Type: Same Universe / Various Characters
AwesomeAries on Amazon wrote:
Story is really getting better in the way everybody's lives are connected. I hope to find out what it is that Phoenix did.
Aspen Harris on Amazon wrote:
It's on par with his other work. I definitely recommend this.
This is my favorite author and he always write great books