Not to jinx it or anything, but the stars seem to finally be aligning for Will Cowen. After accepting a dream promotion at one of New York City’s most renowned publishing houses and moving in with his oldest friend, he’s ready to dive headfirst into this new chapter and take the literary world by storm – that is, until he crosses paths with Graham Austin.
No matter how hard he tries, he can’t help but put the wrong foot forward in front of the all-business and inconveniently gorgeous heir to the publishing empire.
So, when a heartbreakingly beautiful manuscript lands on his desk, Will seizes the opportunity for a win. Could this prized new author be his big break or, his downfall?
Will’s confidence and hope for his professional future is obliterated when the author ghosts him at an important publishing event. Fueled by insecurity and an open bar, he finds himself in need of comfort, which comes from the least likely person, the normally cold and distant Graham. This small glimpse behind Graham’s icy exterior is the spark that sweeps these two up in an epic and unforeseen romance.
As his author’s manuscript begins to take shape, the words that initially brought them together become more and more tangled, making it painfully obvious to Will that despite your best efforts, there is truly no hiding from the past.
But can it be rewritten?
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“I was enjoying the sweet and sexy chemistry between Will and Graham when Chip Pons hit me with an emotional wallop of a twist I truly didn’t see coming. The powerful final chapters of this big hearted gay romance take it to the next level, putting You & I, Rewritten firmly in Colleen Hoover territory.” – Christopher Rice/C. Travis Rice, New York Times Bestselling Author of the Sapphire Cove series ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Chip Pons grew up in a small lake town in Northern Michigan before eventually traveling the world as a photojournalist in the U.S. Air Force – where he met and worked alongside his husband and better half.
He currently lives in Washington, D.C. and works as a Public Affairs professional for the federal government.When he is not writing, he can be found awkwardly dancing to Taylor Swift albums, playing with Margot, his miniature schnauzer, and snacking, like all the time. Read more Continue reading Read less