We have another cover! I’ve had it for a week or so, but I thought I’d space them out a little 😊 Deadly Lies is the sequel to Deadly Sugar, and I don’t recommend reading it unless you’ve read Deadly Sugar first.
I don’t know what to say about these, really. They’re not romances.
In Deadly Lies, we get Josh’s point of view. Josh is Jett’s husband, and Jett is the main character in Deadly Sugar. We’re five years later in time and a few years back, they adopted their son. So we’re now looking at a married couple with a kid and a locked root cellar only one of them knows what it contains.
Things go to hell right at the beginning with Josh finding out about Jett’s secret, and Jett trying to kill him. A healthy, loving relationship, don’t you think?
This is the last story in the series, and I would claim a happy ending, even though… people die, so I guess it’s not really a happy ending LOL
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After being betrayed by his husband in the most unimaginable way, Josh Thompson has only three things on his mind; grab his son, find help, and get out. When Josh can’t get to his son, the plan to save them both becomes a little more complicated.
Injured and afraid, Josh doesn’t know where to turn. When he finally gets hold of the police, the bodies he could’ve sworn he saw are gone, and no one believes him. Did he see them? His husband, Jett, tells him he’s been in an accident and is imagining things, but Josh doesn’t trust him. He has to get out of there before it’s too late, but how to get his son away from Jett when he guards their every step?
Gay horror: 19,639 words