Worth the Wait

by Sara Winters

Worth the Wait - Sara Winters
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ISBN: 9781466135963
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For ten years, Ethan Davis has been content to be nothing more than Marc Guerrero’s friend. After one drunken night in college, he forced Marc to pretend nothing between them had changed.

Marc has denied himself for far too long. When Ethan comes to visit him for the weekend, he refuses to make the mistake of letting Ethan ignore what’s between them a second time.

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Publisher: Independently Published
Pairings: M-M
Heat Level: 4
Romantic Content: 5
Ending: Click here to reveal
Character Identities: Gay
Protagonist 1 Age: 26-35
Protagonist 2 Age: 26-35
Tropes: Friends to Lovers, Second Chances
Word Count: 5000
Languages Available: English

With Ethan standing across from him for the first time in years, his for the weekend, the last thing Marc felt was a companionable ease. Things between them hadn’t been tense for quite a while, but their relationship hadn’t been as carefree as their early college days either. Marc put it down to that stupid drunken escapade that had him throwing himself at Ethan, desperate for more between them than shared study time and easy laughs. He’d broken Ethan’s trust that day, and though he’d apologized his way back into the other man’s good graces, Ethan never looked at him the same way again.

Now, things were different. He was different. Marc had grown up, gotten away from the partying lifestyle that made him feel as if his mere presence was a gift to those around him and knew himself for what he’d truly been back then. A fool. Hopelessly in love with a friend who’d never wanted more from him than he’d already given. This weekend, Marc hoped to change that.

About the Author

Sara Winters began reading at three, writing fiction at six and had become totally immersed in the idea of creating new worlds before becoming fully aware of her place in this one. Writing has always been her number one love, bringing hours of enjoyment and earning her the privilege of being able to connect with people from all walks of life with just a few descriptive sentences.
When she allows herself to spend time in the real world, she is a professional procrastinator with half a dozen unfinished novels and ideas for two dozen more.

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