Although it wasn’t the ending I expected, I am glad that I read Doubtless. Steve Campbell is a man that has everything, but does he really? Those who have a lot around them are always missing something and in Steve’s case, its love. He’s about to learn from a chance meeting with another man, but that also awakens a love for his friend, Connor. Although Connor might have liked Steve once like he does now, it’s just to late. Connor is going to get married to his partner. Is it too late for Steve and love? Or is he simply too late? Grant invites us into Steve’s journey of finding out about himself and of love. A very well written story that isn’t cliche in the least.
eBook release: Jul 16 2012
Word count: ~15,000
Page count: ~50
Excerpt and buy link: http://www.riptidepublishing.com/titles/doubtless
On the surface, Steve Campbell seems to have it all: a beautiful home, a snazzy car, and a dream job as one of the country’s top 3-D optics researchers. But underneath, he’s restless and dissatisfied, tired of empty encounters with leggy lab assistants and endless evenings alone.
A chance meeting with a handsome escort lifts Steve’s spirits and opens his eyes to his long-repressed attraction to men—and his love for his best friend and business partner, Connor Morrison.
Connor might’ve loved Steve like that once, but now it’s too late for their happily ever after; Connor’s about to ask his boyfriend to marry him. Fortunately, it’s never too late to learn about yourself, and maybe Steve can find a happy ending on his own.