There’s something about finishing a project that’s both exciting and a little depressing. On the one hand, you have a finished manuscript that’s almost ready to share with others. On the other hand, you’re saying goodbye to characters you poured a little bit of yourself into and spent so much time creating. In the last day or so I’ve finished my current work in progress, a friends-to-lovers themed novella called Windfall.
Here’s a sneak peek at the rough blurb:
Landon and Daniel have been best friends since grade school. Through thick and thin, they’ve always been able to rely on each other. So it only seems natural for Landon to step in and offer assistance when Daniel has a run of bad luck.
Moving in together and splitting the bills seems like a simple solution to Daniel’s financial problems. However, sharing close quarters makes it difficult to keep less than platonic feelings on the down low.
The line between friends and lovers blurs during a late night moment of weakness fueled by alcohol, leaving both men on uneven ground. Just when they think they have things worked out and might have a shot at something more than friendship, a sudden, shared windfall provokes all new complications that could end more than the new physical side of their relationship.