WEIGHT FOR LOVE
Coming home never tasted so sweet, and Carter is proving it worth the weight.
I have no idea what to expect when I return to my hometown to help renovate the family house. Growing up, I wasn’t exactly an athletic, popular kid. Still, Winchester is full of friendly faces from my past—and one gorgeous face more tempting than any hometown cooking.
But thinking about love would be a lot easier if I weren’t so worried about my weight.
However, I’m not the same guy who left for college all those years ago. I have my dream job and until recently I had a fit body I was proud of. Still, no one can tell any of that by looking at me now. And what better way to make a homecoming entrance than with a broken-down car just as I arrive.
Of course the first man to drive by is Carter. He’s even fitter and sexier than when I left.
I thought those piercing eyes were only for the ladies, but I was wrong. Oh so wrong. We want each other, but I’m not sure if I deserve a guy like Carter. Maybe it’s time to show him what my body can really do.
I might be cutting calories, but Carter’s one indulgence I can’t refuse.
Mark thinks he needs to slim down, but I’d rather see him strip down.
I missed my chance in high school, and I never thought I’d see Mark again. But here he is, back in town and looking better than ever. When I give his car a jump, sparks fly, and he’s even more charming than I remember.
As luck would have it, I’m the contractor renovating his grandma’s house, which means we’ll be seeing a lot of each other. And I can’t hide my excitement. With him, labels have never mattered to me.
He’s the one who got away. I want to give him the high school romance we missed out on.
But Mark is holding back. I like him at any weight, yet he’s determined to change himself. His dedication makes me swoon, but I want him to know that I find him sexy no matter what.
If Mark wants to work off the weight, I’m more than happy to help him break a sweat.