Wanting series by Piper Vaughn

Wanting (Wanting #1)

AUTHOR’S BLURB: Free short fiction. Written for the M/M Romance Group’s “Hot Summer Days” anthology.

Jonah Beckett has been in love with his older brother’s best friend, Laurie, since he was thirteen-years-old. When his boyfriend, Dirk, breaks up with him for refusing to put out, Jonah uses his heartbreak over the situation as an excuse to ask Laurie to teach him all about sex before he starts college in the fall. Problem is, he made Dirk up, and Jonah has no idea what will happen when Laurie finally finds out the truth.

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Cover design by L.C. Chase.

MY REVIEW: Sweet story. Great writing, as you expect from this author.

Giving In (Wanting #1.5)

AUTHOR’S BLURB: It’s Jonah and Laurie’s first Valentine’s Day. What could be a better way to celebrate than with a little kinky superhero role-play? According to Laurie, pretty much anything. Bummed, but unwilling to pressure his boyfriend into something he doesn’t want to do, Jonah resigns himself to celebrating a more traditional Valentine’s Day. But Jonah isn’t the only one who hates to see his boyfriend unhappy…

MY REVIEW: So cute. So quirky and adorable. Great follow-up short story.

Ringing True (Wanting #2)

AUTHOR’S BLURB: When his boyfriend, Laurie, sweeps him off on a romantic getaway, the last thing Jonah expects is a marriage proposal. Not that he plans to say no. Despite the imperfect timing, calling Laurie his husband will be a dream come true. But with both of them pursuing degrees and their upcoming move to a new city, they agree to wait a year before setting a wedding date.

Soon Laurie is caught in the thick of his first quarter of law school, run ragged between lectures, seminars, and late-night study group sessions. Sleep and free time have become scarce commodities. Add in a flirtatious, persistent new roommate and a fiancé who complains about feeling neglected, and Laurie wonders how he’ll make it to graduation with his sanity intact.

Then Jonah starts volunteering at the local GLBT youth center, and Laurie hopes it’ll be the distraction Jonah needs to help ease his loneliness. But Laurie didn’t count on the boy Jonah would meet there—or the bond that would form between them, threatening to tear his and Jonah’s relationship apart before they can even say “I do.”

UPDATE: We still have no release yet, sadly…

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