It’s cover reveal time for Dirty Air, the fifth book in the Wide Open series, by Sundae Leighton is coming March 4th! Make sure you preorder this MMM romance today!
Cover Designer: E. Leighton
What the three of us have together might not be conventional, but it’s the dirty air I need to breathe.
Before Wyatt Murray I was living a quiet, yet boring life. Raising my brother, racing on the weekends; and I was okay with that. That’s how I preferred things until Wyatt exploded into my life. The hot blond with golden retriever vibes was a tornado on hockey skates and determined to change everything I knew about myself.
When Wyatt asked me to pretend to be his boyfriend, I knew I was in trouble. Then he kissed me and tilted my entire world on its axis. He was the blood running through my veins, and it terrified me. I wanted him. I needed to be with Wyatt and all the horrendous weather events he brought along with him.
But Wyatt doesn’t just want me; he wants Seth Hill too. The flirty, young camboy that we shared a moment with last New Year’s Eve. Seth is young, broody, and drop dead gorgeous. He pushes when I pull, zigs when I zag, and happens to be the most stubborn man I have ever met. I’d be a liar if I said he didn’t pique my interest as well. I absolutely want both men.
Wyatt and Seth are suddenly a necessity. Opposites in every way but pieces of a puzzle to my world I never knew I was missing. When the three of us are together, I’m a better person. Happier, ready to take on the whole world. To make it loud, hectic and crazy. Three things that used to drive me nuts.
Then, just as suddenly Seth decided he wants to be with us – he’s pushing us away. Wyatt and I were hanging on by a thread. We want one another, but we need him to complete the circle. How can we convince Seth that our relationship doesn’t work without him, before everything we have is gone for good?
Sundae Leighton writes romance novels that are sweet with a dark twist. She got her start writing fanfiction with her friends in school, but didn’t take the plunge to publish her first book (Picture Perfect) until 2020. Born and raised in Connecticut, where she currently resides with her husband and their cats. She sometimes scares herself when she writes things darker than intended, considers coffee the nectar of the Gods, and once ran the NYC marathon (OK – half marathon). When she isn’t writing down what the voices in her head tell her to, she likes watching murder shows, NASCAR, and reading romance books with lots of angst.