A closeted college encounter haunts Drue Bishop as his unrequited love remerges as the most famous actor in the world. There’s a slow burn to their second chance at love. But sex, angst and tears makes this MMF romance an emotional one.
What if on the last day of college you had a sexual experience that opened your world to something you had never considered before? What if it was with someone so beautiful that it took you years to stop thinking of them? And, what if right when you thought you were over them, you learned that they had become the most famous actor in the world?
Drue Bishop doesn’t have to wonder. When he met the hauntingly gorgeous wanna-be actor Scot Townson, they were both freshman in college. Drue had never even considered being with a guy before Scot. But the night before graduation when their two naked bodies met, it shaped the rest of Drue’s life.
How do you live the rest of your life after you’ve been with the sexiest man alive? Drue’s answer? A lot of sex. Who would have guessed that destiny would lead him to the love of his life? And could his true love be Scot?
Written by international bestselling author A. Anders, this super-steamy stand-alone includes explicit MF, MM and MMF scenes as well as an HEA ending. Filled with the twists and turns of a complicated love story, ‘Before He Was Famous: MMF Bisexual Romance’ will bring you to tears as intensely as it turns you on.
As the alcohol started to kick in, Drue noticed how much louder and more crowded the bar was becoming. Natalie moved closer to Drue. She was clearly feeling her drinks more than he was but it didn’t slow her impish charm. She put her hand on his forearm and leaned in to his ear.
“Who do you think is the hottest guy in here?” Natalie asked.
Drue’s inhibitions were down and it had been a long time since he had had sex. Her statement about ‘letting him do anything to her if he made out with a guy’ echoed in his mind. He didn’t know if she was serious, but she was clearly drunk and feeling flirtatious. He also knew that the alcohol would allow him a certain level of plausible deniability.
Drue looked around the room. There was a fit, beautiful man talking to someone at the back of the bar.
“That guy,” Drue pointed out. “Who do you think is the best-looking guy here? You know, present company excluded.”
“Well, obviously you. But if we’re talking present company excluded, then I’d agree. I would say the same guy.” Natalie turned to Drue and smiled. “You have good taste in men. We can hang.”
Drue noticed that Natalie hadn’t taken her hand off of his arm. He felt incredibly aroused.
“So,” she began, “I dare you to go over to that guy and flirt with him.”
Drue suddenly liked this game. She was acting like she really was turned on by the idea of two men together.