Crow and Fox have penned an erotica that will jump-start readers’ engines. Beneath the loads of explicit sex rises a love story that has the potential to inspire all. The characters are bold and convincing, and their sweet story is told with such feeling that fans of passionate tales will feel their hearts racing in no time.
Denny Clay is at the top of his game in the racing circuit, but shunned by his family for being a closeted gay man. Sully Price is his crew chief and faithful boyfriend. Their love is put to the test when Denny is involved in an awful crash during a race and develops a painful condition. Sully, Mr. Fix-It, helps Denny heal from the inside out. Denny knows he could live without racing, but not Sully. Was the accident a curse, or a blessing? (SAMHAIN, Nov., 245 pp., $14.99)