Here's what it's about:
Brad's shop is known as the most popular tourist attraction for certain men in his home town, Astoria. Brad doesn't do relationships - why would he? Brad is an unashamed slut, and he loves it.
British IT programmer, James is much happier working with software and computers than people. He finds escape in his encyclopaedic knowledge of childhood films like The Goonies & Short Circuit.
When James walks into a quilting shop in Astoria, he decides he'll take his brother's advice and talk to the stranger. That stranger is Brad, melting slowly behind the counter during the longest heat wave America's had in years.
Can a man who thinks in binary code and always plans things to the finest degree, cope with the twists and turns of emotions? Can someone who never thinks before he leaps allow himself to leap into the biggest unknown, a relationship? And how will they cope with James' impending return to England?
Can two men who never to meet learn to embrace the whole messy relationship that love brings into their lives?
Buy links: JMS Books Amazon.com Amazon.co.uk
I've been blogging on Sue Brown's website talking about the inspiration behind the book, and a giveaway too.
On RJ Scott's blog there's an interview with Rory and Brad about what it's like living in a small town and a giveaway too.
On Elin Gregory's blog she's talking to James, the shy software engineer.
I'm at ARE cafe talking about my writing routine, what I find hard about writing, how much research I did to write it, and how much of my personal experience and me I put into my writing.
Enjoy and comment to be entered to win one of my ebooks.
Liam Livings xx