Release Blitz, Excerpt & Giveaway:
By A.M. Salinger
Twilight Falls, Book 6
He’s a brooding, tattooed mechanic. He’s the suave manager of a famous rock band. Can opposites really attract?
The last thing Tristan Hart expects when he goes for a ride on his Harley one afternoon is that he’d pick up a gorgeous, stranded stranger on the side of the road. One who pushes his buttons in all the right ways. But James Lang isn’t the kinda of guy he’s used to dating and Tristan resigns himself to never seeing him again after he fixes his car and sends him on his way.
James is used to being in control of his life. As the manager of one of the most popular rock bands on the planet, he’s navigated plenty of storms, including the very public breakdown of the lead singer of Crazyknot. But all it takes is one soul-stirring kiss from Tristan to shatter his cool composure and make him ache for something he never thought he could have.
When circumstances beyond their control make Tristan and James’s worlds collide, their physical attraction deepens into something neither man expected. But the dark secrets James and Crazyknot have kept from the world soon come to light and the ensuing scandal threatens to ruin the lives of James’s best friend and one of Tristan’s closest childhood friend.
Can Tristan and James’s burgeoning relationship weather this latest storm? And will James finally open his heart to the man who has captivated his body, mind, and soul?
Join Tristan and James in this sizzling sixth installment in Twilight Falls, the new series by the author of the bestselling, contemporary, gay romance series Nights.
Tristan Hart’s gaze shifted from the smartly-dressed, dark-haired man studying him warily from behind bottle-green framed specs, to the open hood of the silver Jaguar parked on the side of the road.
“I can take a look if you want.” He hooked his helmet on the handlebar of his Harley and took a step toward the stranger.
The guy startled and backed away.
Tristan stopped, awareness rippling through him.
There was more than just caution in the man’s widening, green eyes. He detected shock, as well as a sizzle of something else. Something that raised the hairs on the back of his neck.
“It’s okay,” Tristan said slowly. “I’m a mechanic.”
The guy blinked, a rabbit caught in headlights. “What?”
Tristan ignored his confused tone and motioned to the car. “If it makes you feel any better, I can bring my tow truck and take you to my shop instead. Might be faster if you just let me see what the problem is first. I might be able to fix it here and now.”
The man finally seemed to snap out of the daze he’d fallen into.
“Sorry,” he mumbled. “Sure, go ahead.”
Tristan noted his flushed ears with interest. He headed for the Jaguar, poked under the hood for a minute, and turned to the stranger. He noticed the guy had kept his distance, like he was ready to bolt at the first sign of danger.
Tristan was used to people being cautious of him because of his size, but this was the first time someone had looked at him like he was going to jump them.
Seems he hasn’t recognized me.
“Might starting it up?”
The man’s brow furrowed. “That’s the thing. It won’t start.”
The man hesitated between getting behind the steering wheel and pressing the ignition button. The engine rumbled, whimpered, and died. He got out and joined Tristan in front of the open hood.
“Can you tell what’s wrong with it?”
Tristan’s lips twitched at his tone. He sounded like a mother hen worrying about one of her chicks.
“You have a broken alternator and a clogged fuel filter.”
The guy squinted. “Is that common?”
He has real pretty eyes.
Tristan masked his growing fascination and rubbed his chin. “How long have you had the car?”
Tristan made a face. “Unless you’ve driven this thing like a monster, the alternator shouldn’t have broken. You got an extended warranty?”
The guy sighed. “No. I always say those are for fools.”
Tristan struggled to hide a smile. He had to agree with the man.
The guy ran a hand through his hair, oblivious to the trace of engine oil he slicked through his locks.
“How long will it take to fix the alternator and the fuel filter?” he muttered, his frustration evident in the tight lines of his jaw.
“I can’t fix either. I’ll have to replace them.”
The guy looked like he’d been told he had a month to live. “And how long will that take?” he asked in a long-suffering voice.
Tristan’s lips twitched again. “A couple of hours.” He shrugged. “Once I get it to the shop, that is.”
The guy fixed him with a suspicious stare. “You have the parts in stock?”
“I’ve got some experience with luxury cars.”
He didn’t need to know Tristan was one of the most sought-after mechanics in the state or that the list of clients waiting for his services was as long as his arm.
“How about I give you a ride to the shop so you can wait there?” Tristan suggested. “It’ll be more comfortable than hanging around on this road in the dark.”
The guy’s expression grew even more doubtful.
“Relax,” Tristan said lightly. “I’m not a serial killer.”
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About the Author:
A.M. Salinger is the romance pen name of an Amazon bestselling urban fantasy author who has always wanted to write scorching hot contemporary and M/M urban fantasy romance. NIGHTS and TWILIGHT FALLS are contemporary M/M romance series written as A.M. Salinger. FALLEN MESSENGERS is her first M/M urban fantasy romance series written as Ava Marie Salinger. When she’s not dreaming up hotties to write about, you’ll find Ava creating kickass music playlists to write to, spying on the wildlife in her garden, drooling over gadgets, and eating Chinese.
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