Hello! Please help me welcome Anyta Sunday to Gay Book Reviews! Today she is giving us an exclusive teaser for her latest novel, Gemini Keeps Capricorn, releasing December 18, 2017.
Thanks for having me over! On December 18th, you can meet the next dreamy couple in my “Signs of Love” series: Wesley, a flirtatious, quick-witted Gemini and Lloyd, a steadfast, down-to-earth Capricorn. Words and sparks will fly when these two are in the same room! Check out the exclusive teaser below for a first taste…
Title: Gemini Keeps Capricorn (Signs of Love, #3)
Author: Anyta Sunday
Release Date: December 18, 2017
Page Count: 273
Reviewed by: Renée
Sometimes, one stubborn Capricorn is all it takes… to drive Wesley Hidaka to crazy, flirtatious lengths.
Wesley loves annoying his RA, Lloyd Reynolds. He just can’t help it. Lloyd is focused, decisive, grounded. He has this amusing ability to follow rules.
Of course Wesley wants Lloyd to break one… or three hundred.
Sometimes, one smirking Gemini is all it takes… to have Lloyd laying down the law and marching Wesley straight back to his dorm room.
It doesn’t stop Wesley teasing again. And again. And again…
But damn. Lloyd doesn’t crack easily. He’s full of principles. He’s unshakable.
He’s the perfect friend to have when Wesley needs help. Like with his truant brother and his old high school principal.
Sometimes, one little lie is all it takes… to find Wesley fake-engaged to his off-limits RA.
What can he say? It seemed like a good idea at the time…
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Wesley drove a touch over the speed limit. A pale-looking Lloyd white-knuckled the overhead handle, wondering aloud why he suggested Wesley drop him off at his car on his way to meet Caleb.
His brother hadn’t shown up at Me Gusta Robusta for his shift, and Wesley had roped Suzy into covering for him.
He careened around a corner, speaking loudly in the direction of his phone that flew off the dashboard onto Lloyd’s lap.
Lloyd clasped it against his groin, stopping it from sliding between his legs. He lifted it up between them.
“Caleb . . . Hazelnut . . . Avocado Ciabatta. I’m not just a pretty face.” Wesley glanced over the top of the phone at Lloyd, who gave an exasperated shake of his head. “I logged into your Google account and tracked you. I’m on my way, and I am not thrilled about our next conversation.”
Caleb had the teenage balls to sound indignant. “You hacked into my account?”
“I used the password you gave me in case aliens kidnapped you.”
“When did I ever—”
“Halloween. We ate dodgy lollipops and spent the night spilling our deepest darkest secrets.”
“Right,” he heard his brother grinning. “The night you told me you wanted to be taken by a teacher or your—”
“Stop talking! I did not mean what I said.” Wesley didn’t need to look up to see the hefty lift of Lloyd’s eyebrow. Heat throttled his neck and he shifted gears, overtaking a granny. “Nothing we said that night was true.”
“Which makes it a real mystery how you logged into my Google account.”
His brother was too smart for his own good. “I have more important questions.”
Stuck behind a tractor, Wesley checked his mirrors then swerved to the right.
Lloyd balked, lowering the phone to his thigh. Wesley leaned toward it but kept his eyes on the road. You know, safety and all that.
“Have you knocked up some poor girl?”
A snort came down the line. “Not unless the condoms I steal from the stash in your dorm room are past their use-by date.”
Lloyd cupped the speaker. “Stash, Wesley?”
“Leftovers. Some boys tire easily. I have too much stamina.” Lloyd croaked, then removed his hand. Wesley continued chatting with Caleb, “Please tell me this has nothing to do with girl troubles.”
“No girl troubles. Unless you count Mom.”
“Watch out for the cyclist!” Lloyd dropped the phone to steer the wheel.
Wesley calmed him with a wink, jerking the car left. “You’ll have to speak up, Hazelnut,” he called toward the console where his phone had landed.
Lloyd’s flat look made Wesley gulp. “Actually, my fiancé is wielding daggers with his eyes. I’ll see you in twenty.”
Anyta Sunday is a big, BIG fan of slow-burn romances. She loves to read and write stories with characters who slowly fall in love.
Some of her favorite tropes to read and write are: Enemies to Lovers, Friends to Lovers, Clueless Guys, Bisexual, Pansexual, Demisexual, Oblivious MCs, Everyone (Else) Can See It, Slow Burn, Love Has No Boundaries.
Anyta writes a variety of stories, Contemporary MM Romances with a good dollop of angst, Contemporary lighthearted MM Romances, and even a splash of fantasy. Her books have been translated into German, Italian and French.
Member of Romance Writers of America.