Blog Tour, Excerpt & Giveaway:
Rings of Lust
By Finn Dixon
Rings Trilogy, Champions Series, Book 1
My parents had warned me a relationship would be a disaster for my gymnastics career, threatening to pull their financial support. So, I floated from one guy to the next for years.
And now, at the biggest event of my life, I found myself lonely and wanting more. And the one guy I wanted it with was Cam.
He went to the same college. He was on the same team. Just not my team.
Ugh…I had a crush on a straight guy.
”Maybe you just need to get laid?” my teammate had suggested.
Here I was, my first Olympics and all I could think about was sex. My first and only time was terrible to say the least and I was hesitant to try again. Hell, I wasn’t even out of the closet either.
But the Olympic Village was pretty much a buffet of abs and glutes, and it was athletes only. Coach did tell us to loosen up. Maybe it was time to do just that…but like, naked and with another guy.
I can totally do this casual anonymous thing, right?
Rings of Lust is a full-length MM novel, the first in a trilogy, that has a cliffhanger ending and an eventual HEA, just not in this book. Be prepared for third wheel sarcasm, platypus babies, rippling Olympian muscle, and teenage sexual escapades just behind the scenes at the world’s biggest athletic event.
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Exclusive Steamy Excerpt:
I didn’t even have to tell Cam to strip. As soon as he entered his room ahead of me, he was already taking his clothes off. “Shower?” he called over his shoulder.
“Yes please,” I said, following suit. I was naked before the water was warm.
He turned and smiled. “Someone’s eager.”
“Can you blame me? I’ll have to make you wear my underwear more often,” I said, stepping forward, pushing myself against him. I finally had him naked and I was going to savor this. His dick was already dripping. I could feel it against my stomach. I looked up at Cam.
“You going to kiss me, or stare at my body some more?” he asked.
I smirked. When did he get so confident?
“Haven’t decided,” I said. “I like seeing you this horny.”
“You might like it now, but it won’t take me long to cum.”
“Then we get to snuggle in bed sooner.”
“Lucas Rivera, the sexual optimist.”
“Get in there.” I pushed him into the shower.
“Not as spacious as Waratah, unfortunately,” Cam observed.
“Just means I get to be closer to you.”
I pulled him towards me and I felt his fingers intertwine in my curls as he pushed his lips into mine. This wasn’t our first kiss, but it still felt like it. Cam was tender yet eager, and I could still feel him holding back, a little unsure.
“I could do this all night, Cam,” I said, between tongue-lashings, “You’re a great kisser. Your lips-”
And his mouth consumed mine again. Our dicks kept touching while we made out and every time they touched, I could feel the fire in Cam’s kiss grow. Based on all previous observations, I knew Cam wouldn’t last long, and I didn’t want it going to waste. I broke off the kiss. For a second, Cam looked confused and disappointed, until I knelt down.
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About the Author:
Finn Dixon is a full-time zookeeper in hot-as-balls Florida that writes hot-as-balls MM romance in his free time. A long-time fan of the genre, he is dipping his toe into the pool of sizzling and spicy writers already out there and hoping to score.
If you liked that opening paragraph, or the self-deprecating sense of humor that came with it, you’ll love his style of writing. When he isn’t being sarcastic or trying to make someone laugh, he spends his other free time annoying his boyfriend, snuggling with two kitties, and giving car-walks to his beloved dog.
Finn also likes watching gay films and shows with happy endings (giggity), playing Animal Crossing, re-watching Jurassic Park, and travelling when he can afford it.
And yes, I like jocks, but I promise all my books won’t be about them.
Or will they?
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