Lovefool (The Boys of Oregon Hill Book 1)
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05/06/2022
“Will he give me a second chance?”

Dr. Kent King left home to attend medical school, and to experience life on his own. He also left behind his first love, and he’s never forgotten the sizzling chemistry they shared. Offered the job of his dreams, he returns home excited to be making a difference providing medical care to the less fortunate. Will the blue-eyed man he can't forget be able to forgive him for leaving in the first place?

Never able to forget his first love, Erik Rhoads struggles to keep his head above water. Like a turtle he retreats into his shell when tragedy strikes. Unable to cope with his feelings or the people who care for him the most, he hits rock bottom. A true survivor, he will pick himself up, shake the dust off, and begin the process of becoming whole again. But will his heart survive the return of the only man he’s ever loved?

Lovefool is a second chance gay romance novel about a Doctor who lives to help others and the man he can never forget. It’s a steamy tale about the foolish things boys do when they are in love, and of course it has a HEA. This is the first book in The Boys of Oregon Hill series, and can be read as a stand alone novel.
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