Two Weeks To Life
May – December Gay Romance
Series: Fated Soulmates 4
Author: John Charles
Genre(s): m/m Gay Fiction / Contemporary Romance / Suspense
After thirty years on the force, Detective Carl Bellwin thought he’d seen it all. He had developed a protective shield around himself, keeping the rape, murder, drugs, and other crimes compartmentalized and away from his emotions. The force was his life – he didn’t have time for hobbies, he didn’t have time to socialize, and he certainly didn’t have time to date.
Elijah Quinta traded one high stress job for another. Purchasing a bankrupt Inn and developing it into a five star resort became more than his full time job: The Bliss Inn became his life. Though he tried, anyone he dated accused him of having a mistress – the Inn.
Carl never thought attending his nephew’s wedding would change his life. For the first time, he realized what he was missing. Everything he thought was important faded into the background when he met Elijah.
Carl’s life took on a new meaning. There was an immediate attraction, an attraction they both felt. But Elijah was much younger, lived over 300 miles from Carl, and was just as committed to his inn as Carl was to his job. Carl had heard of May – December romances, but never in his life thought he’d be part of one.
Could Carl turn Two Weeks To Life? Could he let go of the only world he had ever known? Would Elijah want a relationship with an older man? How would they make this work?
Warning: Two Weeks To Life contains shameless, make your toes curl, M/M sexual content: more than a smidgen of mushy love, and consensual BDSM elements. Obviously, that makes it unsuitable for anyone under the age of 18.
Each book in The Fated Soulmates series is a standalone novel with no cliffhangers and a Happy Ever After (HEA) ending
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