Re-releasing Feb. 27
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Is it possible to love someone without being in love? Did you ever wonder what it was like to have a soulmate who wasn’t your lover? Find out in Jealousy. Two best friends, a straight woman and a gay man, struggle to find someone to love as much as they love each other, who can handle their intense bond.
He’s the shoulder she leans on.
He worships her.
She shields and protects him.
He watches over her.
They’re soul mates for life.
They’re not lovers; they’re best friends.
Their struggle to find someone who can handle their intense bond is met with a roller coaster of raw emotion, loyalty and heartache.
Follow their journey to find love.
When Heather Cooper married Peter, she thought that she’d finally found someone who could handle the inseparable bond she shares with her gay best friend, Justin Perrotta. It’s only a matter of time, however, before jealousy rears its ugly head and Peter’s true feelings emerge. He starts drinking and his erratic behavior threatens their marriage.
Burned by an ex-boyfriend, Justin refuses to open his heart to love again. Wild relationships and one-night stands leave him lonely and unfulfilled, even though he won’t admit it. He finds love when he least expects it, but his fear of commitment threatens to ruin the best thing that’s ever happened to him.
In this unique read, the reader gets two separate romances Heather’s (m/f) and Justin’s (m/m) and their friendship, which is the real romance.