Over the Hill (And Through the Woods)
An Accidental Roots Holiday Story
A reformed playboy and a virgin set out on a road-trip, what could possibly go wrong?
Owen Addison has no trouble meeting men, but he’s never fallen in love.
It’s not that Edmund Lake hasn’t ever wanted to lose his virginity. He has. He sooo has. But he’s always been far too cautious to act on any of his crushes.
Snowfall closes the road in front of them and it’s too late for them to turn back.
Will a few nights trapped together bring these two opposites together?
The holiday season can’t be over soon enough for John Hall. His ex-boyfriend emptied the bank accounts and ran off with his personal trainer months earlier leaving John unable to pay his creditors. Now he’s forced to close the independent movie theater he runs, a bad end to a bad year. Gay, single and closer to fifty than forty, John doesn’t see a lot of hope in his future. In the dark of night he wonders if staying afloat is worth the effort.
Chance Allsop made a promise to his dying mother he hopes he doesn’t regret. Ten months after her death he’s finally in Skagit Washington, visiting the old movie theater where his parents met and fell in love decades ago. The whole thing seems like a lark until he lays eyes on the handsome owner. With his mother’s spirit at his back Chance fully intends to win John Hall’s heart.