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His Instant Family
Release Date: 10.04.18
Cover Design: Jay Aheer
Shy and awkward Teo Wright, a brilliant young author, has met the man of his dreams in much older Michael, a widower, and father of three. The man has fired up his fantasies and refuses to let go. Discovering they are both single sets them on the road to forever.
“I want to wake up to this every morning.”
Dr. Michael Ashworth has been focused on his work for too many years and although now he is one of the best doctors in his field, it has been to the detriment of his family. But when Teo comes into his life, Michael knows the young man is his future. Teo has made him feel alive and whole again. However, Michael’s in-laws are not thrilled to find the ‘straight’ son-in-law they have known and loved for many years, is in fact bisexual.
Dating a man is not the only issue threatening the life he and Teo are building together. Michael’s teenage son is also not a fan of his father having a boyfriend that is so much younger.
A rebellious teenager and bigoted relatives are hurdles Michael and Teo must overcome before they can find their forever, but nothing good ever comes easy… especially when there are kids to consider.
Michael wasn't sure what just happened, but thankfully years of galas and fundraisers had given him a world-class poker face. Unless he was losing his mind... he was apparently attracted to the husband of one of his patients. He knew that was exactly what it was. He knew that feeling. That spark of attraction and that sense of potential. He had only ever really felt that once before, with Sierra. His late wife.
That flash, and those tingles of fierce attraction that made goose bumps pop out all over your skin. But that wasn't... couldn't be possible? He wasn't gay. Not that he had any problem with being gay, far from it, but he just had never been attracted to a man before. Sure, in college, he'd noticed some guys were attractive, but he'd been married to his wife, Sierra, for eleven years before she passed away. Damn it, here came the crushing guilt. He couldn't even think of her without the guilt and regret overshadowing everything.
He hadn't thought about anyone in that way since he’d met her. He did not want to think of anybody in that way, either. He'd not had that feeling since forever ago. And, truthfully, he was shaken to the core. He’d been seeing Mrs. Preston since she transferred into his practice. But, this was the first time he was meeting Mr. Preston. Michael put on his most blank look to conceal what he was feeling. He couldn't very well tell the expectant parents they were having a daughter while imagining what the father looked like under his clothes.
Matteo was a beautiful man, and those were the only words to describe him. With the slightly too long dark locks, and the stormy gray eyes that made him even more striking to look at. With his coloring, they just stood out in contrast. He was shorter than Michael. All-around leaner too, with a body he would describe as fit without being overly muscled. Maybe he just needed to get laid. It had been almost a year, maybe longer, since he had ended his liaison with Addison. She was a lovely woman. Stunning in fact, but she'd started making comments like, “Where is this going?” and, “Why haven't I met your children?” Immediately he had known that it was time to end things.
He just knew that she could never compete with Sierra. It was unfair, and he shouldn't even be comparing them. He knew this, but he couldn't stop. Once she'd mentioned meeting his kids, he'd known their time together was up. He ended things so fast he may have left blazing skid marks while leaving her apartment, like the DeLorean in Back to the Future. It was unfortunate, honestly, because she would have made a lovely wife, just not for him.
Focus, Michael. Finish this appointment and leave this room as quickly as possible without being impolite or unprofessional.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Since she was a little girl, Rheland Richmond entertained herself with any book she could get her hands on. She has written as long as she can remember, and now she finally gets to share some of those stories with other people. She loves a good happily ever after. Because she believes love and light should touch everything. She is an obsessive reader and would never have considered writing if it wasn’t for all the authors that inspired her and the thousands of books she has devoured along the way. When she’s not reading she’s caught up in all her guilty pleasure TV Shows. Or catching up with her sibs wherever they are in the world, which usually involves long distance calling. She’s an introvert that will take a night in before anything else. Made in Nigeria and Raised in the UK she’s an interesting mix of both cultures and appreciates both equally.