Avery Hextall, a junior architect at a prestigious firm, is thrilled when his design is chosen for a new performing arts center—even if it means working closely with his insufferably uptight project manager, Malin Lacroix. When a chance encounter in the boss’s office proves that Lacroix is anything but cold, Avery is determined to learn more about the real man beneath the aloof veneer.
Despite their growing attraction and their increasingly kinky encounters, the enigmatic Malin remains as emotionally distant as ever. Worse, Avery’s friends are convinced Malin thinks of Avery as a dirty secret and nothing more—a secret that might destroy both of their careers.
But the real secret is a single moment in time that haunts Malin and keeps him from committing to the life he wants with Avery. In order to move on, Avery must help Malin come to terms with the tragedy in his past before they can work on building a future—together.
Reviews for Let the Wrong Light In:
“Want a book that’s a little hardcore, yet funny and really sexy at the same time? This one definitely fits the bill.”“I love it when I pick up a book by a first time author, finish it and immediately wonder when their next book will be out. This is one of those books. ““LET THE WRONG LIGHT IN by Avon Gale is a one of a kind, sexy and edgy, bisexual, M/M contemporary, erotic romance that is so crazy good I didn’t want it to end.”“All in all, this was very charming and I highly recommend it.”— author Nicole Castle“The story flows wonderfully. The secondary characters are fun and well-fleshed out and the sex is kinky hot. Overall it is a wonderful book that I would recommend to anyone who enjoys M/M romance and hot architects.”— author V.L. Locey“I really enjoyed their maybe not so traditional love story. I think together they were just so good once they really let it be known what they wanted and who they were.”“It’s a long road and that’s what made it a rewarding experience for me. The story isn’t overly dramatic but it has an honesty to it that spoke to me.”–Optimist King’s Wench of Boy Meets Boy Reviews