Double Full

Double Full

(Nice Guys 1)

Up and coming football hero, Colton Michaels, makes a Hail Mary pass one night in the college locker room that results in the hottest, sexiest five days of his young life. However, interference after the play has him hiding his past and burying his future in the bottom of a bottle. While Colt seems to have it all, looks can be deceiving, especially when you’re trapped so far in a closet that you can’t see your way out. When ten years of living his expected fast-lane lifestyle lands him engaged to his manipulative Russian supermodel girlfriend, he decides it’s time to call a new play.

Jace Montgomery single-handily built the largest all-star cheerleading gym in the world, driven by a need to forget a life-altering encounter with a handsome quarterback a decade ago. His reputation as an excellent coach, hard-nosed business man, and savvy entrepreneur earned him respect in the sometimes catty world of competitive cheerleading. When Jace learns of his ex-lover’s plans to marry, his heart executes a barrel roll and his carefully-placed resolve tumbles down without a mat to absorb the shock. Can his island escape help him to finally let go of the past and move his life forward?

Double Full is an award winning, contemporary MM Romance with strong male leads. The first in a series, each can be read as a standalone story. Contains a second chance romance with suspense. If you enjoy what you read, email me your thoughts.

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The story of all-star all-American quarterback Colton Michaels and all-star cheerleader Jace Montgomery is one that I think will sit with me for a long-time to come.

Denise Sprung

Shh Mom's Reading

Kindle Alexander did it again. After Texas Pride and The Current Between Us she went a brought me another amazingly swoon worthy read that melted my heart and made me shiver. Never before have had I found an author that writes in this genre that captivates me with her words from the very beginning. Her characters come to life right before your eyes and will always have a special place in my heart. This is the story of Colt Michaels and Jace Montgomery and it’s breathtaking.

Ena Burnette

Swoon Worthy Reviews

Kindle has a way of telling a story, that makes you want to love them both, and slap them both and tell the to wake up. Colton makes a choices that forever changes both of their lives. now he knows that he must pick up the pieces of his life, and hopefully it will put him on the path back to Jace.

Becca

Becca's Books Review

Books in the Nice Guys series…

Double Full

Nice Guys Book 1
Full Disclosure

Full Disclosure

Nice Guys Book 2
Full Domain

Full Domain

Nice Guys Book 3

♡  Excerpt  ♡

Water ran freely from the bathroom sink faucet. Jace brushed his teeth and splashed water once again over his face, trying to sober up. What the hell was Colt doing here? For a minute on the beach he thought his drunken mind played tricks on him. It was the reason he’d forced himself on Colt. Surely to God his mind couldn’t have created the spicy, sweet musk of Colt’s delicious scent or those spine tingling feelings when their bodies touched. Right?

Apparently, Jace’s raging hard-on sure thought this was all very real. And he splashed his face again with cold water before reaching for a towel.

Looking himself over in the mirror, Jace picked up the brush and pushed it through the tangles of his hair and away from his face. The long ends fell forward again, until he shoved them behind his ears. Jace stared at himself in the mirror. “Sober up. Sober up now. You need your wits about you. What the fuck is he doing here and not with his wife? Sober up, now! He’s married. Colton is a married to a woman! Sober up, Jace Montgomery!”

Jace racked his brain, but still couldn’t come up with anything to help make sense of this. This couldn’t be possible. And hiding in the bathroom wasn’t going to make Colt go away. Unless he dreamed this and Colt hadn’t really come here. Could Jace have finally snapped? Maybe Colt and the all too real kiss only happened inside the confines of his alcohol-clouded mind?

Opening the door to the bathroom, Jace looked out and saw nothing. Poking his head around the door, he listened and heard nothing. A small amount of relief filled him, but the yearning for Colt gripped his heart, and the ache of that loss followed quickly behind. Could he be so past the point of normal behavior that he could have imagined touching Colt? Walking slowly down the hall, he caught a shadow and his heart did a small leap. Taking the corner into the living room, Jace stopped mid-step. Colt was there, hands tucked into the pockets of his shorts, his feet spread apart, and his gaze focused directly at him. They both simply remained frozen in place, staring at one another. Neither said a word. Jace’s heart began to race in his chest. He could feel the tears threatening to fall. Colt was everything he remembered and so much more.

Ten years ago, Colt stood in that very same position, waiting for him to go swim in the ocean. Jace desperately wanted to relive that moment. Not moving, afraid his legs would fail him, he finally spoke. His voice cracked at the emotion pouring through him, but he forced the entire sentence out.

“Why are you here?”

“I couldn’t keep living this lie for a minute more. I’ve been sober for two hundred and eighty-three days. My sobriety requires me to apologize to you, but my heart can’t take another day without you knowing how much I still love you, and how deeply sorry I am for the pain I’ve caused you.” Colt didn’t move as he spoke, his deep blue eyes pinned and held Jace where he stood. Hope and longing rushed through his body stealing Jace’s breath and voice.

Jace managed to lift a hand to steady himself against the doorframe. He thought about what Colt said, and after replaying the words in his mind, things didn’t add up. “You’re a married man, Colton. I’m not sure what you want from me. You can’t come here and say things like this. It isn’t fair.”