And Call Me in the Morning by Willa Okati

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The story features an older pairing which I liked and I liked how Eli and Zane talked about sex and how they navigated those uncharted waters. I didn’t like it as much the second time around but it was still very readable and I breezed through it in a very short time. And maybe it is shallow of me but I love that cover.
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Genre: LGBT Erotic Contemporary

Take two, and call me in the morning.

Eli and Zane. Colleagues at work and close friends, though on the surface it's an unexpected friendship between an odd couple. While Zane took the "high school to college to med school" track, medicine is Eli's second career and the best choice he ever made. He has work that he loves, an extended second family of colleagues and friends, and Zane.

So why does everyone make such a big deal about the pair of them?

Yes, they spend a lot of time together. It doesn't mean they're a real couple. When teased about it one too many times by their colleagues, Zane challenges Eli to set the record straight with a kiss to prove there's absolutely no chemistry between them.

Neither expected a spark to ignite between them. More than a spark. Desire. Passion.

Zane wants to try getting up close and personal again to see if it was a one-time fluke or something more. Eli thinks he's too old to jump the fence now, but he can't say no to Zane and he doesn't want to.

Truth be told, Eli's not so sure they can set the record straight after all.

Publisher's Note: This book contains explicit sexual content, graphic language, and situations that some readers may find objectionable: Anal play/intercourse, male/male sexual practices.
 

About Willa Okati

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Willa Okati has a hundred and one different stories to tell, and she's getting there one book at a time. Permanently glued to her computer chair in front of a laptop, she can be found pounding the keys from before dawn until after dusk. She's delighted to have found a home at Samhain, where she can write her Appalachian-with-a-twist paranormal stories. Coffee is her best friend and her lifesaver; cats are her muses; her bookshelves are groaning under the weight of a tremendous collection.
 
Published January 19, 2010 by Loose Id LLC. 264 pages
Genres: Erotica, Literature & Fiction, Romance, Gay & Lesbian. Fiction
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Reviewed by Kaetrin on Jul 13 2014

The story features an older pairing which I liked and I liked how Eli and Zane talked about sex and how they navigated those uncharted waters. I didn’t like it as much the second time around but it was still very readable and I breezed through it in a very short time. And maybe it is shallow of me but I love that cover.

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