What Webs We Weave 9
The most important days of Qier’s life are here—his graduation from college and the NFL draft. As Qier celebrates his achievements with family and friends, Kookie is determined to be in the mix. Will Qier give into his fears and introduce the love of his life to his family, or will Kookie crash the party and introduce herself? Will Qier’s life ever be the same after this weekend?
Keston is still dealing with everything he learned about Phoenix. He wants to look past it and continue on with their relationship, but will the current events surrounding their situation keep him from his true love? Will Keston finally understand his self-worth?
Phoenix is learning the hard reality about life—to tell the truth at all times, but is it too late? Also, a planned night out with his best friend will have dire consequences for many parties.
Raheim’s friendship with Izzy is on the brink of disaster. Will Raheim reveal his truth to Izzy? Will Izzy confess to his wrongdoings? Can this friendship be repaired, or has it gone too far? Will Keston, Qier, Raheim and Izzy still be able to call themselves best friends once all the dust clears?
The unthinkable happens as we reach the final book of this nine-book short story series. Lives will be forever changed. Relationships and friendships will be forever ruined. Nothing will ever be the same after this event! Nothing!
Publisher: Independently Published
Heat Level: 4
Romantic Content: 4
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: 31076
Setting: Orlando, Florida
Languages Available: English
Series Type: Same Universe / Various Characters
jammon on Amazon wrote:
This is one of the best series I've ever read. You really get into the characters and they keep you engaged. Keston is my favorite! We have a lot in common and he would def be the type of dude I would date. Going back and forth from this book and life of a college bandsman I feel like I'm one of them...like we personally know each other...#sadornah... Lol. Great job Jaxon
John W. Mack on Amazon wrote:
I hate to see this series end. What a wonderful ride Mr Grant took me on and if you enjoy reading he will definitely take you on that same joyous ride. Great stories, wonderful characters that feels more like very close friends.
Wow, What Webs We Weave is now done! The series is over. It was an extremely wonderful ride that ended with the brutal assault of one of the main characters in the book that added to the element of real life tragedy to this series. This last installment of the series was fully charged and yet emotional because it was the end of a great series and the story line was not cut and dry where the characters danced off into the sunset to live happily-ever-after. I was rooting for Keston and Phoenix's relationship to progress and I was quite disturbed by the circumstance in which it ended. I truly loved how Jaxon integrates the role of spirituality and faith to the story that fosters a true sense of moving beyond life altering events to living a life with purpose and grace. This book truly magnifies positive and negative influences in the character lives whether that influence is family or friends. Jaxon had done a magnificent job of giving our main characters resolutions, whether accepted by the reader or not, to move along in life. Within this short book, Keston, Qier, Rahiem, Izzy and Phoenix all faced unique situations that happens not just to African American Gay men but is universal and it demonstrates Jaxon's ability to incorporate real social and complex issues into a story without losing the ability to entertain and inspire. Thank you Jaxon Grant for the wonderful ride that is called What Webs We Weave!