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Diego's Secret by Bryan T. Clark

 
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About the Author
Bryan T. Clark is a Lambda Literary finalist and Rainbow Award winning author of gay romance, and contemporary books. He is also a funny, loving, family-oriented, and proud member of the LGBT community. Behind his computer, working on his next novel, Bryan writes romance with an emphasis on moral dilemma. His multicultural characters and riveting plots embody real life, filled with challenges, personal growth, and, of course, what we all desire—love. 

Born in Boston, Massachusetts, Bryan has made his home and life in the Central Valley of California.

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Publication Date
May 01, 2018
Available Formats
ebook and paperback
Pages
254
ISBN
978-0-9970562-7-3
ASIN
B079HB64WC
Excerpt
“There’s no one here, if that’s what you’re looking for.” Winston stepped onto the ramp. He placed his hand on Diego’s chest and moved in closer. “Can I kiss you?”

Diego’s heart pounded. He wanted that kiss more than anything . . . But they were in public, outside, in the middle of the afternoon. Everything he knew said no, but his heart said yes. Following his heart, he gave Winston what he had asked for.

Winston pulled Diego up into his chest, causing his feet to leave the ground.
The world slowly faded away around them. The sandwich in Diego’s hand dropped to the ground as Winston kissed, possessed, and consumed him. Somehow, they ended up in the trailer. Diego’s butt pressed against the sheet metal sides as tools fell behind him.

Winston pulled back, giving Diego a chance to catch his breath. There was no mistaking the thickness in Winston’s pants pressed against his.

Diego wiped the moisture from his swollen lips. Staring into Winston’s eyes, dark as storm clouds, he knew that they were seeing him, all of him.

“I’m sorry,” Winston whimpered.

“No. Shhh.” Diego placed two fingers against Winston’s full lips. He didn’t want to lose the energy that was pumping between them.

“Okay, no more,” Winston murmured. “Will you come inside with me?”

Diego didn’t have to answer. Winston took his hand and led him out of the trailer and to the front door.

“Are you okay?” Winston asked as they entered the house.

Diego drew a breath as he looked around the spacious foyer. This was really happening. His lips were still tingling, and he could hardly breathe. “Um, yeah.” His voice was barely audible.

“Are you sure?” Cocking his head to one side, Winston stared into Diego’s eyes.

As nervous as he felt, Diego had never been surer in his life. The look in Winston’s eyes washed away any doubt he may have had. Although he had no idea how this was to work, he nodded yes.


Eight years ago, at the age of seventeen, Diego Castillo came to the United States illegally from Mexico. Working long hours in the family landscaping business, he now shares a tiny apartment with his two machismo brothers in Southern California. Diego has worked hard to keep his desires for other men a secret from his brothers. He’s worked just as hard to keep his undocumented status a secret from the world he now lives in. 

Thirty-two-year-old Winston Makena is beautiful, intelligent, and intimidating. He was born with a silver spoon in his mouth, but no amount of money can relieve the enormous grief he is suffering from his husband’s sudden death. He is one of Diego’s best accounts and lives a life in stark contrast to his gardener’s. Winston’s wealthy upbringing has influenced his ideas, leading him to certain biases.

Winston believes he could never love again. Diego believes that his family’s lives depend on him keeping his secrets. What neither of them know is that the heart knows no such boundaries. Will social divisions, ideology, and secrets destroy both their chances for happiness? 

Can love really conquer all?

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