“Stop the wedding!”
When Alex Macintyre was eight and new to British schools, he met Darren Adams and they hit it off. They stayed best friends after Alex’s family moved back to America, and even shared a room in college when Darren came to study in the US for his final year. On the last night, Alex confessed his feelings and Darren fled. Their relationship has never been the same, their calls dwindling to occasional catch-ups.
Two years later, Darren calls out of the blue to tell Alex that he’s getting married to a woman Alex has never heard of, Alice, and ask him: will he be Darren’s best man? Of course, Alex agrees, but he’s worried he’s still attracted to Darren. He can’t stop bringing home men with green eyes and muscles – men who look like Darren. And what isn’t Darren telling him?
Spurred to leave the UK after being punished for a good deed, Darren Adams wants a fresh start in America. Alice offers to marry him, and he says yes – just one Florida destination wedding stands between them and protection for her and a new life for him. But Alex’s arrival in England for Darren’s send-off stag party throws Darren into turmoil. He and Alex are irresistibly drawn to each other, but what if he’s in too far to back out?
In the late June Miami heat, Darren walks down the aisle twice – but he can only marry one person. Will he listen to his heart or his head?
Crossing Oceans is a steamy, stand-alone gay romance novel with a HEA ending and no cliffhanger.