To handy men, Jake and Cory, building a relationship is a lot like designing a home or landscaping a yard. It's hard work, and you have to use just the right tool.
When these straight-acting laborers first meet, they release their manly tension over a few beers and something much more sordid than sparks fly. Their strong libidos aren't used to experiencing feelings for another man, and it takes a few sticky situations before they understand the blossoming romance budding between them.
Cute and tatted twenty-something, Jake Honeywell, will do anything for his kid sister. He loves landscape design and longs to travel north one day to see the fall foliage. He's recently come out-at least to himself and a select few. While this has him circle jerking with his buddies watching football, there's something missing.
Cory Hamilton is tall, tough, and macho. He's a successful real-estate flipper who prefers the modesty of a simple life instead of the lavishness his burgeoning career provides. When the Home Television network discovers him, things change and Cory struggles to manage a developing man-on-man love affair.
Step one of building an m/m romance: lay a solid foundation. Step two: build the framework. Step three: raise the roof.
But, will Jake and Cory be able to fill the cracks in their unstable foundation?
Warning: Contains graphic sex and strong language. This book is intended for mature audiences- and those who can appreciate two men loving each other.
The Handyman Can is a full-length, standalone novel. The first few chapters were released under the title Handymen Do It Better but have been revised here and include some deleted scenes.