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He's the One by Timothy James Beck

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Also by Timothy James Beck:

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He's the One
Timothy James Beck

"Adam's finally found the man of his dreams..."

Kensington
December 2003
On Sale: December 1, 2003
Featuring: Adam Wilson; Jeremy Caprellian
376 pages
ISBN: 0758203241
EAN: 9780758203243
Trade Size (reprint)
$14.00
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Romance LGBTQ

Something’s gotta give for Adam Wilson. The hunky, sweet Midwestern entrepreneur might have a dream job, but his love life is anything but picture-perfect. The guys he dates usually turn out to have criminal records, bankruptcy histories, personality disorders, or wives. And for the first time in his life, Adam is ready to look for Mr. Right instead of Mr. Right-Out-the-Door. But where to look is more the question. It’s not like bucolic, sleepy Eau Claire, Wisconsin, is exactly crawling with adorable, uncloseted gay men. Taking a job in New York City is awfully tempting, and when a computer company makes Adam an offer he can’t refuse, he packs his flannel shirts and heads east in a hurry.

Like lots of driven, career-focused people before him (Think Marlo; think Mary Richards; rethink the flannel shirts...) Adam tackles the big city with farm-fresh enthusiasm, but the most breathtaking attraction of all is Jeremy, the blond, brown-eyed beauty Adam catches sight of in a Chelsea coffee shop. In addition to a buff bod and a to-die-for face, Jeremy’s got a few other attributes like a heart, a soul, and a conscience. Trouble is, he may also have an annoying boyfriend bent on turning the sexy TV actor into the yoga-practicing equivalent of Mother Teresa with better shoes. Now that Adam’s sure he’s met the love of his life, how can he get Jeremy to fall in love with him? Catching Jeremy is going to take more than Adam’s sweet-natured country enthusiasm.

Wry, and touching, He’s The One asks the age-old question - Can a decent, well-adjusted gay man from small-town America find sex, love, and happiness in the big city? - and answers with a resounding, "Only if he knows where to look."

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