Sammy Bradley is not in a good place.
He’s got his best friend Jason and Jason’s boyfriend Harry
to rely on, but he’s also got a dead end job and an abusive
ex. Peter Lafayette is a friend of Harry’s. When Peter and
Sammy meet at a party, they immediately hit it off. William
won’t go away, though. He wants Sammy back and he won’t take
no for an answer. While Peter tries to help Sammy put his
life back together, William is planning his next move.
William may not be in his life anymore but he still has the
ability to ruin it.
Sammy is a sweet guy. He’s insecure and
a little lost. Peter helps him find himself and gives him
what he needs. Sex is part of the healing for Sammy. There
is a lot of it and each encounter is hotter than the next as
the emotions grow stronger between them. As the third book
in the Between Friends series, I have grown
comfortable with the relationship between Sammy and Jason.
It’s special and it works for all of them. Sammy’s
Place is a story about healing and finding love.
Sammy and Peter have an instant and almost
love-at-first-sight connection. At first, it seems things
are moving too fast, but then it becomes obvious that they
are just two of the lucky ones. They found each other at a
time when Sammy needed Peter desperately. Sammy’s
Place is an emotionally charged story.