Renowned artist Rodney Mansfield stands five foot six, has pink hair, six earrings, a black belt in karate—and a desperate yearning for firefighter Hunter Fallon. But Rod, the Runtback of Notre Dame, knows he’ll never land the beautiful “straight gay” guy, so Rod musters his altruism and helps his more masculine friend Jerry attract Hunter. As if a broken heart wasn’t enough, Rod saves Hunter from a firehouse homophobe—humiliating Hunter in front of his dad!
Hunter lives a dream life—his father’s dream. While he’d like to teach literature in college, read poetry in the sun, and find a strong guy to top him, he fights fires for his dad. Hunter hates flamboyant guys like Rodney. So why can’t he resist him? Maybe it’s time to admit this is one flame he has no desire to put out.
First Edition published by Etopia Press, 2012.
Artist Rodney Mansfield aka Roman is out and proud. He changes his hair color like I change my socks. He is smart and talented and as complex a character as I have seen from this author. Fireman Hunter Fallon is a gorgeous 6foot plus hunk who is tired of living everyone elses idea of who he should be. I loved these characters so much. This is a sweet story with a coming into yourself vibe that will have you examining your own motives. A terrific read.