Br0th3rly – A Contemporary Gay Romance

Br0th3rly is a gay contemporary novella featuring a blogger who posts anonymously about his love for his adopted older brother. It’s the first book in the Famous on the Internet series which focuses on online celebrities from various social media sites.

Tristan’s love life has one simple rule: his brother, Trevor, is off limits. 

To fight his relentless love for Trevor, Tristan left for college at sixteen. A new city, building a new life for himself, and making new friends weren’t enough to give up what he considers sick, twisted feelings. Tristan even started an anonymous blog to cope with his love for his older brother. It made him famous on the Internet, but it wasn’t enough to get over his obsession.

Every time he goes home, a quick glance at Trevor brings it all flooding back.

When commitment-phobe Trevor introduces his serious boyfriend on one of Tristan’s rare visits home, things get a whole lot more complicated for the adoring kid brother. How far can Tristan run this time before he runs out of places to hide from his feelings?

Disclaimer: the main characters in the story are not blood relatives, the two boys were only raised as siblings.

Br0th3rly – An Excerpt

Trevor winked and smiled, but it never reached his eyes. I swore under my breath and let my head fall forward, squeezing my own eyes shut. I was such a bastard. It wasn’t his fault I was a deviant. I should grow some balls and stop punishing him for it. All of a sudden, I was yanked to the side, and before I realized what was going on, my hands were locked around his waist and my face buried in the crook of his neck while he hugged me fiercely.

Oh, shit! I held my breath for as long as I could, but then my lungs won the fight. His scent hit me, causing me to whimper and shudder, and making my cock painfully hard.

“I know you always wanted to get out of here and you’re trying so hard to stay away. Showing you still love us won’t trap you in this town, little brother.”

Trevor had it all so wrong. He thought it was the town and life here that I was running away from. It wasn’t though; I was running from my twisted, perverted self. The more I stuck around him, the more I justified my urges. We’re weren’t related, not really. There was no blood connection. I was not a monster for loving him. It was all bullshit though. Not only had we been raised as siblings, Trevor had never shown any such interest in me. So the farther away I was, the less inclined I became to break down and tell him what I wanted. What I’d always wanted. What would be the point of that? I knew he’d reject me. I’d be selfish and force him to completely lose his little brother.

What to read after Br0th3rly

The series continues with Travel and Spice, the story of a famous travel blogger who has a tough time reconciling his career of choice with a committed relationship.