Kris T. Bethke: Kris T. Bethke
Book: Somebody to Die For
Series: Requiem Inc.
Page/Word Count: 218 pages, 51K words
Categories: Gay Romance, Fantasy/Paranormal/Sci-Fi
Release Date: Add if you know
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press
Cover Artist: Aaron Anderson
Dying is easy. New love is terrifying.
Avery Wagner quit ghostwalking when he lost his beloved anchor to cancer. Now teaching others who have the ability, he’s beginning to live again—but he’s not looking for another lover, not now, maybe not ever.
But then he meets Jameson… younger, talented, dedicated, almost perfect, even though his mouth sometimes opens ahead of his brain. And Jameson wants Avery desperately, though he’ll settle for friendship if he can’t have more.
When an emergency demands they work together in the field, Avery discovers just how perfect Jameson is. But he had a perfect love once before, and he’s scared to even consider that he might have a chance at another. Can he trust Jameson with his newly healing heart?
5✨s – I have been waiting for this story. I am a huge fan of hurt character stories. Avery and Jameson (not Jamie 🙂 ) were such amazing characters. Avery was easy to connect to and empathize with. His heartbreak was so beautifully written. Jameson was written perfectly for Avery. His compassion, understand and earnestness was great. I really like how Jameson interacts with the other characters in the story. He really resonates with me and I can see parts of myself in him. Kris T Bethke does a very good job of writing a story about how a character handles grief and learns to move on.
About Kris T. Bethke:
Kris T. Bethke has been a voracious reader for pretty much her entire life and has been writing stories for nearly as long. An avid and prolific daydreamer, she always has a story in her head. She spends most of her free time reading, writing, or knitting/crocheting her latest project. Her biggest desire is to find a way to accomplish all three tasks at one time. A classic muscle car will always turn her head, and naps on the weekend are one of her greatest guilty pleasures. She lives in a converted attic with a way too fluffy cat and the voices in her head. She’ll tell you she thinks that’s a pretty good deal. Kris believes that love is love, no matter the gender of people involved, and that all love deserves to be celebrated.
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