Invitation to the Blues
Roan Parrish (Author)
DescriptionEight months ago Jude Lucen fled his partner, his career, and a hospital in Boston after a suicide attempt. Now back in Philadelphia, he feels like a complete failure. Piano has always been his passion and his only escape. Without it, he has nothing. Well, nothing except a pathetic crush on the most gorgeous man he's ever seen.Faron Locklear came to Philly looking for a fresh start and has thrown himself into tattooing at Small Change. He's only met Jude a few times, but something about the red-haired man with the haunted eyes calls to him. Faron is blown away by Jude's talent. What he isn't expecting is the electricity he feels the first time they kiss-and the way Jude's needs in bed speak directly to his own deepest desires.Jude and Faron fall fast and hard, but Jude has spent a lifetime learning that he can't be what the people he loves need. So when the opportunity arises to renew his career in Boston, he thinks he has to choose: music, or Faron? Only by taking a huge risk-and finally believing he's worthy of love just as he is-can he have the chance for both.The Small Change series is set in the Middle of Somewhere universe and features crossover characters from that series. Each book can be read on its own.Note on content: This book contains explicit discussion of depression, anxiety, attempted suicide, and feelings of worthlessness.
March 21, 2018
5.24 X 0.68 X 7.99 inches | 0.76 pounds
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About the Author
Roan Parrish lives in Philadelphia, where she is gradually attempting to write love stories in every genre. When not writing, she can usually be found cutting her friends' hair, meandering through whatever city she's in while listening to torch songs and melodic death metal, or cooking overly elaborate meals. She loves bonfires, winter beaches, minor chord harmonies, and self-tattooing. One time she may or may not have baked a six-layer chocolate cake and then thrown it out the window in a fit of pique.