Title: Architect of Love
Lance Bartner loved working with his hands, made his living refinishing furniture. Nights out were for fun with friends and the occasional hook-up. Though the L word had never been spoken, he would have enjoyed a relationship had the right man crossed his path. But who would want a laborer like Lance? He wasn't college educated, didn't live in a fancy loft condo, didn't drive a Lexus, and didn't even
own a suit.
Forrest Dentren, was an architect and city planner who had become a local name when his design for the Monroe City Center was chosen as one of the top three contenders. Well educated, extremely well built, and as both men and women put it, just plain hot. Some said he was married to his job, others said he was too picky, many said he didn't want to share the spotlight.
One hot, uninhibited sex-filled night
When Forrest broke his routine and went clubbing on a weeknight, he spotted Lance. The attraction was immediate from both sides of the dance floor. They both felt it. A few drinks later, still feeling it, they left for Lance's apartment.
It was never supposed to turn into anything more than one hot fuck
Two people from opposite ends of the world, no roadmap, not directions, no ideas how to make it work.
Architect Of Love is a hot and steamy, gay romance novel with no cliffhangers. It is the second book in The Fated Soulmates series and can be read as a standalone.
Author: John Charles
Series: Fated Soulmates, #2
Published: November 27, 2016
Genres: Erotic Romance, M/M Erotica, M/M Fiction
Pages: 123 pages
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What an adorable second chance at love story! Both aren’t the other’s “type” but they click and their fate is met! Architect of Love is book two in the Fated Soulmates series by John Charles and can be read as a standalone!
Lance is a furniture restorer and is excellent at his craft. Forrest is an architect and is carving a name for himself as well. After one night meeting in a bar, they have a one night stand. Even though they agreed to one night, both want so much more, but no numbers were exchanged. When another chance meeting occurs, they take it for the sign that it is.
I liked that these two were just normal guys with normal insecurities. Neither knew how they could fit in the other’s life, but knew they had to try. Connections like these do not happen often. They felt real and very believable! My only complaint is that the ending seemed abrupt! I wanted more from these two!