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 Title: All for You
 Author: Andrew Grey
Genre: M/M Contemporary Romance, Law Enforcement
Publisher: DreamSpinner Press
Release Date: Sept 11 2018
Edition/Format: 1st Edition/Format ~ eBook & Print
The only path to happiness is freedom: the freedom to live and love as the heart wants. Claiming that freedom will take all of the courage one young man has, but he won't have to face it alone. In small, conservative Sierra Pines, California, Reverend Gabriel is the law. His son, Willy, follows his dictates, until he meets a man in Sacramento and reunites with him in his hometown—right under his father's nose. Reggie is Sierra Pines's newly appointed sheriff. His dedication to the job means not flaunting his sexuality, but when he sees Willy again, he can't escape the feeling that they're meant to be together. He'll keep Willy's secret until Willy is ready to let the world see who he really is. But if going up against the church and the townspeople isn't enough, the perils of the work Reggie loves so much might mean the end of their romance before it even gets off the ground.

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Willy closed his eyes and wished he was back in his room alone so he could bury his face in his pillow and cry. He’d thought of Isaac less and less over time, and guilt raised its ugly head. With his parents never talking about Isaac, it was up to him to try to keep the memory of his brother alive.
Reggie put an arm around him and tugged him closer. “It’s okay.”
Willy shook his head and pulled away.
Reggie took his arm back. “There is nothing wrong with hurting over someone you lost, and there is no weakness in being comforted.”
Willy leaned closer and put his arms around Reggie’s middle. He wasn’t sure what it would feel like to hold another guy, but as he held tighter and Reggie’s arm cradled his shoulders, he relaxed and closed his eyes once again, burying his face in Reggie’s shirt. He was determined not to cry, but he didn’t move an inch in case Reggie changed his mind. Willy tried to remember the last time he’d been held for comfort and warmth… and couldn’t. He hugged Ruthie and Ezekiel as much as he could, wanting them to know closeness and gentleness rather than the cool distance that was their parents.
He lifted his gaze upward. Reggie’s deep, darkened eyes met his in return. Warm fingers touched under his chin, holding him still, ripples of heat running through him. For a second he thought he might have a fever. Then Reggie slowly moved closer.
The first touch of another man’s lips to his felt like coming home. Willy hadn’t known what it would be like, but it felt wonderful. Reggie’s lips were hot, smoother and softer than he’d expected.
The kiss didn’t last long. Willy blinked, pleased that Reggie stayed close, continuing to hold him. This was what he’d been hoping for that night in Sacramento. He wanted more but wasn’t sure how to ask for it. Heck, he wasn’t even sure what it was he wanted.

Author Information

Andrew grew up in western Michigan with a father who loved to tell stories and a mother who loved to read them. Since then he has lived throughout the country and traveled throughout the world. He has a master’s degree from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee and works in information systems for a large corporation.
Andrew’s hobbies include collecting antiques, gardening, and leaving his dirty dishes anywhere but in the sink (particularly when writing)  He considers himself blessed with an accepting family, fantastic friends, and the world’s most supportive and loving partner. Andrew currently lives in beautiful, historic Carlisle, Pennsylvania.

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Twitter @andrewgreybooks

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