Review Tour: Rainbow Place by Jay Northcote
Rainbow Place | Jay Northcote
Length: 54,000 words approx.
Cover Design: Garrett Leigh @ Black Jazz Design
Can Jason find the courage he needs to be the man Seb deserves?
When Seb Radcliffe relocates to a seaside town in Cornwall, he feels like a fish out of water. He misses queer spaces and the sense of community he enjoyed when he was living in the city, and decides to open an LGBT-friendly cafe–bar.
Jason Dunn is the builder Seb hires to help renovate the rundown space where the cafe will be housed. Jason is also gay, but unlike Seb, he’s deep in the closet. He’s never had a relationship with another man—only allowing himself the occasional hook up with guys who are prepared to be discreet.
The attraction between the two men is instant and impossible to ignore. But while Seb is out and proud, Jason is terrified of being exposed. With the grand opening of Rainbow Place approaching, tension is growing among some locals who object to Seb’s plans. When things escalate, Jason is forced to choose whether to hide in the shadows and let Seb down, or to openly support the man he’s fallen so hard for.
Although this book is part of a series, it has a satisfying happy ending and can be read as a standalone.
June 15 – My Fiction Nook, The Way She Reads, Gay Book Reviews, OMG Reads, June 18 – Cupcakes & Bookshelves, Two Chicks Obsessed, The Geekery Book Review, Jim’s Reading Room, June 20 – Love Unchained Book Review, June 22 – Bonkers About Books, Kimmer’s Erotic Book Banter, Wicked Faerie’s Tales & Reviews, V’s Reads, June 25 – Mikku-chan, Katie’s Book Corner, July 4 – Scattered Thoughts & Rogue Words, July 6 – Nicole’s Book Musings, July 9 – Diverse Reader, July 11 – Drops Of Ink, Book Lovers 4Ever, Making It Happen, July 13 – Queerly Reads, Mirrigold: Mutterings & Musings, Valerie Ullmer, Bayou Book Junkie, Books That Are A Must Read, Lillian Francis
Jay lives just outside Bristol in the West of England. He comes from a family of writers, but always used to believe that the gene for fiction writing had passed him by. He spent years only ever writing emails, articles, or website content.
One day, Jay decided to try and write a short story—just to see if he could—and found it rather addictive. He hasn’t stopped writing since.
Jay writes contemporary romance about men who fall in love with other men. He has five books published by Dreamspinner Press, and also self-publishes under the imprint Jaybird Press. Many of his books are now available as audiobooks.
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