My son is in trouble. And the only man who can save him…doesn’t even know he exists.
At 18, I lost my v-card to my two best friends. And then came the fall out.
I ran from Hannsett Island. It’s been me and my son against the world ever since. I told myself I’d never go back, but my son is sick. And the two doctors who could save his life…?
Jason and Donovan. The same two boys I shared one hot, steamy night with over ten years ago.
Can I keep my secret safe…even though it threatens to slip out every time their lips touch mine?
The Doctor’s Truth is part two of a two part duet, and features a single mom and two hot, dominant doctors. This full length novel includes MF, MMF, and MM scenes, comedy, over the top drama, and a dash of angst…and, of course, a satisfying HEA.
What readers are saying…
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Pinterest Board: I use Pinterest Boards constantly while writing. Usually, I’ll split my screen between one of my inspiration boards and my writing document. It helps me to get into the mood of the story. I have an aesthetic inspiration board for The Truth or Dare series, as well as sub-boards for each character (Donovan, Kenzi, and Jason).
Music: Wow, what would I do without music to write to! The songs below were my “writing playlist” for this series. The music captures the feel of this series — nostalgia, romance, and blurred lines between friends and lovers.
Donovan’s Playlist: Music is so important to the characters in this story — particularly, Kenzi and Donovan. During the summer, Donovan and Kenzi spend a lot of time passing music back and forth and their mixed tapes grows their bond. I kept a playlist going of songs I think they might’ve shared with each other. It’s a lot of emo, punk, fun music (and a lot of stuff I listened to in my teens).