Blurb: When there’s red, close your eyes and try again.
“Maybe he’s right. Maybe I am the cause of this. Maybe you were normal before meeting me.”
When something tragic happens, you want nothing more than to close your eyes and make all of the pain go away. For Gable Peterson it’s a little more complicated than that. When detective Maurice Ashford shows up at his door with news that his boyfriend, Avery Blair, has been found dead, Gable is left devastated. Seeking some sort of comfort, Gable closes his eyes and imagines a world where none of this happened.
Only, when Gable wakes up, he’s surprised to see that Avery is still alive.
What would you do if you dreamed your lover's death over and over again? This is what happens to Gable (Gabe) Peterson with his boyfriend, Avery Blair.
Gabe believes he's going mad, as he relives every day, unable to save his boyfriend at every turn. To Gable, the days seem endless without Avery in his life no matter what he does, yet the truth is screaming at him in blaring color. Gable is holding the secret that he’s gay from his parents and he's very afraid to tell them after Avery's experience with his own parents.
Gable listens to the news about three other dead gay men, and tries to stay sane. Will Gable tell his parents? What do Gable's dreams mean? Who is killing gay men? Your answers await you in Double Hue.
This book is off the beaten track for me, genre wise, yet completely interesting to me as I read about the struggles that come with being gay. Both Avery and Gable have different approaches and completely unique. I thought the dream element of reliving the same day was truly an interesting arc throughout the book. I thought the author did a wonderful job of writing this story. I look forward to the next work by this author.
Double Hue features:
- erotic themes
- backdoor play
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