At twenty-three, bad boy Blake is facing what most don't see until decades later: the end of his career. His record label has dropped his band, and he's got no place to go but home. Except when he gets there, it's only to discover his entire life has been turned into a reality TV show.
Elion isn't where he wanted to be. A barista in a town so small he knows every customer by name, his world is about to be turned on its head when Blake - and the attending media circus - walk right through his door. And like a fool, in front of thousands of viewers, Elion feels that old spark reignite.
Blake isn't sure he's a man's man, but his producer assures him that a fling will be great for ratings. It helps that Elion's set on showing him what being with a guy can really be like. As reality and fiction begin to blur, falling in love becomes tantalizingly possible. Dangerously so, as a real-life superfan decides that Blake belongs to him.
Elion will have to fight if he's to keep the man who's fallen into his arms, but Blake will also have to fight to keep Elion safe from harm.
Scorch is a steamy, standalone gay romance novel with a guaranteed HEA and absolutely no cliffhanger.