“I don’t do romance, especially with men like you.”
Logan Hudson is putting his life savings on the line to stop a greedy real estate developer from destroying former park land. A chance encounter in a bar with billionaire Hunter, who turns out to be interested in blocking the same developer because he owns the adjacent property, leaves Logan fuming. The man’s sensual and gorgeous, but boy, is he cocky. Environmental activist Logan won’t throw out his beliefs for romance alone. He’s willing to submit to Hunter for a night at a time, especially to buy his dream property off him, but he won’t give him his heart.
Billionaire Hunter Kenning is head over heels for Logan. He’s never spent much time around this kind of man before. Logan is headstrong, resists his charms, and damn smart… not to mention easy on the eyes. He lets Logan talk him into a no-strings-attached arrangement, though he’d rather have him over his knee and in his heart… but they both soon realize that the strings were there all along. They’re being played for someone else’s amusement.
The thwarted developer, Hunter’s ex-boyfriend, is trying to prove that he’s not submissive anymore; and if his plan hurts Hunter along the way, so much the better. Meanwhile, down the hill from Hunter’s lavish mansion, Logan builds his rustic cob home and Hunter begins to help. This alone is enough to bring the men closer than ever as they struggle to admit that they each fell for the utterly wrong, yet utterly right man for him.
Heart’s Home is a steamy, stand-alone gay romance novel with a HFN ending and no cliffhanger.