Dump and Chase (Watkins Glen Gladiators 3)

Dump and Chase (Watkins Glen Gladiators 3)

Working side-by-side on a charity project will prove to be the key to a new romance.

Deandre Jones is enjoying his single life quite nicely, thank you. He’s a seasoned veteran defenseman on the Watkins Glen Gladiators, gets to travel, dates frequently, and isn’t tied down to anything other than his family back in the windy city. Sure, he might be over thirty now but that’s not the end of the world. He has time to do the whole family and kids thing. Right now he’s happy to be footloose even if his mother has different ideas. As the playoffs near his focus should be on hockey but for some reason he can’t seem to give the sport it’s due. Ever since he volunteered to help the incredibly handsome assistant pastor of a local church work on an addition to the parish his attention seems to be locked on dark wavy hair and bright blue eyes instead of breakaways and body checks.

Gabriel Hansley has quite the full plate. Not only is he the first openly out bisexual assistant pastor for a small but highly active parish, he’s also got his son to tend to as well as his work at the church, which keeps him hopping all day long. And that’s a good thing as the nights alone are hard for the young widower. Just when he’s about to give up on finding a person to share his life – chaotic as it can be – he finds himself hammering nails beside Deandre Jones. As they work side-by-side under the bright spring sun he’s getting warmer under the collar with each shared smile and terrible carpentry pun.

Dump and Chase is a low-angst queer hockey romance with a not-quite-as-confirmed-as-he-thought bachelor, a harried single father, lots of cheesy construction jokes, plenty of nosy but well-meaning parishioners and teammates, tons of joyous song, and a harmonious happily-ever-after.

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