Edgar Thorpe was released from his job as
assistant scenic painter from Fairfax Theater with only the
explanation he’d been replaced. Now, four years later, he’s
been rehired to do a job at the theatre for a production
company. But, he’s also been offered the option of taking the
theater’s head scenic painter job permanently when he’s done.
Returning to the theater will prove interesting as Jason Cole
the man he believes responsible for his release is also behind
For years Ed has been in love with Jase,
the theater’s head carpenter. Jase has always been a notorious
flirt, comfortable enough to flirt with men and women alike.
He however always dated women though, so Ed knew nothing could
ever come of the attraction. In taking the job Ed can’t decide
if he will be heaven or hell? And the theatre’s ghost isn’t
helping….or is he?
Owen March’s characters, Ed and Jase are
just to die for in Heading South. These men will
make your heart race as they tap dance around their secret
desires. I absolutely loved this book and I’m Joyfully
Recommending Heading South as a MUST read. This
story has it all…resentment, drama, angst, love and HEAT…..not
to mention a meddling ghost.