Xavier Duran is ready for the breakthrough film role of his career, and he thinks he's found it.
Not only does this new job take Xavier to the beautiful countryside of Spain, it also takes him right into the arms of his silver screen crush, Hollywood hunk, Dennis Herbert.
Dennis may be gorgeous but everyone knows he's straight.
Or is he?
Lines blur and soon Xavier can't tell if Dennis is just playing his lover or if he wants to take on the role off-screen as well. And what about Dennis' beautiful model girlfriend?
Xavier has been burned before, and he isn't sure he wants to be the secret lover again. He's certainly not ready to risk his feelings on something deeper.
But passion presides and soon Xavier and Dennis are tangled in a web of fraught emotions and uncertain advances.
Is this only a fling? Or is this the beginning of a real romance?
One thing's for certain, it's going to be a scorcher of a summer.
Xavier and Dennis are two actors who are off to Spain for the summer to work on a movie. One's openly gay, the other has a girlfriend. Playing lovers onscreen soon starts to blur the lines between these co-stars.
At the start, the reader learns of their sexual relationship, as well as the feelings that have evolved. I absolutely love the way it begins. And then it gets even better. Their chemistry is intense, and the development of their relationship is riveting.
The writing is great, extremely emotional, fully pulling the reader into the emotions, including pain, hurt and intense need.
Please take note of the warning however that the whole story is based on an affair. Avoid this book if that is a hard limit for you.
That Summer in Spain is a wonderful story of finding what love really is. I definitely love this story.