With Tyler ready to move on, Drake’s run out of second chances.
Bryant and Drake Sutton met one day on the beach in Oahu and never
parted—until Drake was offered the movie role of a lifetimeand
abandoned Ty to pursue fame and fortune. Tyler has moved on to another
beach in another country, but he’s left his heart behind. And yet, every
time Drake shows up he can’t help but let him back into his life. When
he gets a familiar phone call, Tyler vows this is it, one last hook-up
to provide a lifetime’s worth of memories.
Sutton is tired of living a lie when it means not having the love of
his life by his side. This booty call is going to be his last—because
he’s determined to get Tyler back for good. But Drake’s going to have to
go way off-script to make Ty believe.
me Believe is a debut book in fiction for Jenna Kendrick. I have to
say, she's going to absolutely be one to watch for. As far as grammar
and flow/pacing, she rocked it. Her characters have wonderful depth and
the emotion of each situation just soaks through you. This is a second
chance story and who doesn't love those? Tyler and Drake, oh those
boys!!! You can't help but love them and cheer them on throughout. I
love when you're reading a book and as the reader you're all, "Dude,
you're screwed. It's love and I can't wait for you to realize it's
forever." The climax to that moment needs to be executed perfectly and
Jenna does just that! So, be sure to check this book out and keep your
eyes out for more from her.
Jenna Kendrick writes new adult and contemporary male/male romance, her favorite genre to read. She lives in Upstate New York, where she spends
the better part of the year trying to stay warm and dry. When she’s not
writing, she reads, has lost count of the number of times she’s watched
The Princess Bride and The Avengers, and drinks more coffee and tea
than she’d care to admit. She shares her home office with her dog,
Tally, and her cats, Loki and Tamiris. The rest of the house is also
occupied by her husband and two children.
spent most of her class time in high school writing bad poetry and
short stories in which her teachers were the villains. She began writing
in earnest in college. She developed an interest in reading romance
novels when she spent a semester in Spain with a friend who had filled
half her suitcase with historical romances (the other half held two
changes of clothes and chocolate bars). Those books proved to be a
gateway to contemporary, paranormal, and all manner of other sub-genres,
but she found her true home as both a reader and writer when she read
her first male/male romance, Collision Course by K.A. Mitchell.
addition to fiction, Jenna also writes nonfiction technical books under
another name. But writing male/male romance is her favorite way to
spend all those rainy days.