Sometimes being a Rainier fricking sucks. Even if you don’t want their help, someone in the family is bound to butt in with their expert advice. This time, it’s my cousin Clary trying to “help” me with my campaign for Umberland Town Council. He wants me to tone down the gay; specifically, my attraction to Eli, the nurse in the care clinic.
I’m way more concerned about getting Eli back to my place—and in my life for good. I’ve never been with a man in my life—but Eli is different. He might even be The One. My soulmate. The forever partner I never knew I needed.
I don’t know how to convince Eli that I’m not just messing around, but I’m sure as hell going to try. Every second I spend with him makes me want to turn the dial way up on the all the gay and tell Eli he’s the one I want to grow old with.
Screw the political campaign. The only cause I care about is Eli Sanders.
It’s tough to have secrets in a small town—especially when they come back to haunt you. And this time, my secret might ruin my relationship with Garrett Rainier.
Whenever I look into his earnest, deep green eyes, I’m so excited and terrified, my heart could burst. I’ve never opened up to anyone. I’ve never been in love like this. But Garrett might not want someone like me, someone with a past like mine.
After all that I’ve been through, I want to sink into Garrett and let him love me. I want those lips against mine, tender and sweet. And I just might want them every day of the rest of my life. But does that love even count, if he doesn’t know who I truly am?
Loving me could cost Garrett anything; it could ruin his life and everything he holds dear. I’m not sure I can resist, but the price might just be too high.
Wrapping Up is the sixth book in the Rainier Family series and can be read on its own. 62k words of toe-curling, gay-for-you, angst-ridden love, more Rainiers than you can shake your stick at, and a whole big, bustling, small-town family waiting for its HEA.