I've been enchanted by him ever since I first heard his laugh--before I saw his face, before we talked, before--everything. He saved me when I needed saving the most, but I'm about to ruin it all. I don't know how to keep the pieces of my world in tact otherwise.
I think I've been in love with Ash since we met on that chilly night in April, almost ten years ago. I'd do anything for him. Have done everything for him. But I don't know how much longer I can tear myself apart as I wait for him. I don't know if I'll survive it.
According to Ash Lancing's fans, he has it all. He is the lead singer for a popular punk rock band, he's got a literal model for a girlfriend, a beautiful loft in NYC, and through the past ten years, he's had his best friend, Drew Dawson by his side through it all. But Ash doesn't really have it all. Because the one thing he desires, he can only have in the shadows and behind closed doors, and the exhaustive secrecy is no one's fault but his own.
Drew Dawson is nothing but supportive of his best-friend; they grew from boys to men together and formed the band that has given them more than they could have dreamed of. But his best-friend can't give him the one thing he needs to keep going, and that might just be his breaking point.
April Renegade is a coming of age and MM romance novel that follows the story of two young men coming to terms with their true selves over the span of a decade. In this steamy, rock 'n roll romance, tag along as two people form a relationship forged by fate. This book is not recommended to readers under the age of 18.
B. G. constantly has several fictitious storylines playing out in her head—especially when she’s trying to go to sleep. She aims to write diverse characters and storylines, with emphasis on those in the LGBTQ+ community and those who struggle with their mental health like she does. B. G. can often be found chasing after her toddler or one of her various pets whilst in desperate need of (more) coffee (or wine, depending on the time of day).