Getaway By Casey Cox

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Author:
Series:
Escape series by Casey Cox
Number In Series:
1
Publisher:
Casey Cox
Published:
2 April 2021
Book Type
Pages:
361
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Synopsis

Ever woken up and realized you’re in love with your childhood best friend?

I’ve got three big problems.

One, I’m in love with my childhood best friend.

Two, he hates any kind of change with a capital H.

Three, he thinks I’m straight.

To be honest, up until recently, I thought I was straight, too. But something’s shifting in me. I don’t know what it is exactly, but I can feel it. We tell each other everything, so I want to tell Cassius this.

I figure a tropical weekend getaway is the perfect time to do it. I mean, what could possibly happen that would change our lives forever?

GETAWAY is a best friends-to-lovers, gay-for-you contemporary/new adult MM romance.

It features two childhood best friends, newly invented dance moves, dubious dietary claims, and some creatively named cocktails. You can expect more than a few gasps, giggles, and OMG moments on the way to a satisfying happily ever after that will make you feel like you’ve just returned from the best vacation ever. (Suntan lotion and beach towels sold separately.)

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Excerpt

The meal had been exquisite. The company and conversation, first-rate. It couldn’t have gone more smoothly even if I had planned it. Which, of course, I had. Down to the very minute. And post-food—once Cassius was fed and happy, but before he fell into a food coma—was the moment I would tell him.

I took a sip of the sparkling water, suddenly wishing the bubbles were of the alcoholic variety. I still had absolutely zero freaking idea how to begin this. A million possible suggestions were whirring about in my brain—

So, Cass, funny thing, I think I might be… Nope. Dead end.

Hey, Cass, did you ever in your wildest dreams expect me to beBah-bow. Another dead end.

Come on, Cass, do you believe in love? ’Cause I’ve got something to say about it, and it goes something like this… Whoops, that was the start of a Madonna jam.

Listen up, Cass, I’ve got something to tell you

Hmm. Seemed like I’d just found a winner.

He squinted his eyes at me. “You look like you’ve got something to say, Spence.”

I nodded, wiping the corners of my mouth with the napkin. I placed it on my lap, my fingers fidgeting nervously with it. “I do, actually.”

This was it. This was the moment I was going to tell him my truth. I took one deep, final breath and opened my mouth to speak—

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