Title: Weight For Love
Series: Worth The Weight book 1
Author: Jason Collins
Publisher: Self Published
Published: 29 December 2018
Length: 195 pages
Keywords : Romance, Second Chance, Weight, Self Worth,
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Two things are off the menu: straight men and delicious food.
As luck would have it, those are the first temptations I encounter when I return to my hometown to help renovate the family house. It turns out that Winchester has a warm welcome for me, and his name is Carter.
But thinking about love would be a lot easier if I weren’t so worried about my weight.
My homecoming starts with a broken-down car just as I arrive, and of course Carter is the first person to drive by. He’s even fitter and sexier than when I left. I thought those piercing eyes were only for the ladies, but I was wrong. Oh so wrong. We want each other, but I’m not sure if I deserve a guy like Carter.
Maybe it’s time to show him what my body can really do.
I might be cutting calories, but Carter’s one indulgence I can’t refuse.
Mark thinks he needs to slim down, but I’d rather see him strip down.
I missed my chance in high school, and I never thought I’d see Mark again. But he’s back in town and looking better than ever. When I give his car a jump, sparks fly, and he’s even more charming than I remember.
Luckily, I’m the contractor renovating his grandma’s house, which means we’ll be seeing a lot of each other. I don’t care about labels. I want Mark, and I can’t hide my excitement.
He’s the one who got away. I want to give him the romance we missed out on in high school. But Mark is holding back. I like him at any weight, but he’s determined to change himself. His dedication makes me hot, but I want him to know that I find him sexy no matter what.
Mark says he wants a workout partner, and I hope clothing is optional.
This is the first book in the Worth the Weight series. It can be enjoyed as a standalone with no cliffhanger. Readers can expect a steamy MM romance with several scenes that will leave you gasping. Heat level: 10.
I’ve only read one other book of this author but he’s quickly becoming a favourite.
His writing style is perfect and his books are an easy read with just a slight bit of angst.
Carter and Mark are perfect together…Mark is trying to get himself in shape but Carter loves him as he is….They get together pretty quickly which I’m never bothered by.
I enjoyed them together and I will definitely be reading more from this author x