I fled Los Angeles with bullets at my back. Now that I'm in Seattle, I just need to keep my head down, and stop risking my life for criminals.
Easier said than done, when the only thing I've ever been good at is driving a getaway car. Maybe it's like my dad always said, that I wasn't worth the time it took to make me.
I try to be good, but what if I've been bad for too long?
Franklin and Rory can't deny this bad boy what he needs.
Rory and I swear that our new handyman is a bad idea.
We're responsible men in our forties, a professor and the owner of a comic book shop.
Asher is twenty years younger, but when he turns our way, the truth shines in his eyes.
He thinks he's a bad boy, but something deep inside of us stirs.
It's time to show him what it means to be good.
Steamy, kinky, and sweet M/M/M romance with an HEA for Franklin, Rory, and their Asher. This is the fourth Rebels and Nerds book, and it can be enjoyed as a standalone or in order with the series.