Romance Book Review: Positive Possibilities

Author: Shayla Kersten
ISBN: 9781419921278
Genre: Contemporary/ M/M

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Hot sexy romp, featuring two lifelong friends who discover their true feelings for each other. Gabe has known he's been gay all his live. After catching his current lover cheating on him, Gabe goes to his best friend for support. Gabe's best friend Dean has considered himself a bisexual, but never acted on his feelings for men.

When Gabe finally gets rid of his current lover Dean decides its time to tell his friend he has feelings for him even though in the back of his mind he worries that starting a sexual relationship with his best friend might not be a good idea.

Description:
Chicago attorney Gabe Layton's life has just turned upside down. His lover of six years is cheating and his supposedly straight best friend of twenty-something years claims to be in love with him. Throw in that his cheating ex has possibly exposed him to HIV and Gabe's world is a confusing place.

Paramedic Dean Bannon has always been attracted to both sexes, but after seeing his lifelong friend Gabe deal with prejudice and hate, staying on the straight and narrow seemed an easier path. But his deepening feelings for Gabe push him to reveal his hidden side. Now to convince Gabe of the positive possibilities of taking their friendship to another level.

About the author from the back of her book:
By day, Shayla Kersten is a mild-mannered accountant. By night, she’s a writer of sexy romances. Torn between genres, Shayla writes erotic stories about hot heroes and their sexy women as well as hot men and their passionate heroes.

A native of Arkansas, Shayla spent four years in the Army as a missile specialist, stationed in Germany and Oklahoma. After her enlistment was up, she spent eleven years in New York City taking a bite out of the Big Apple. Even her love of theatre and the nightlife of the big city couldn’t cure terminal homesickness for the Natural State. In 1995 she returned to her roots in Arkansas.

Shayla now divides her time between her mother, her spoiled-rotten dogs, her dratted day job and her obsession—writing. And no, her mother doesn’t know what she writes. That’s between Shayla, her dogs and her readers!

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