Tanner, the hunky college football star, is home for the summer.
Billy, the budding dessert chef, is about to have his hot-fudge-glazed world flipped upside-down. Get ready for the "sweetest" romance you've ever tasted. Contains: hot man-on-man action, a whole lotta southern small town sass, and ice cream.
Author : Daryl Banner
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Ok this is the 3rd book I've read by Daryl Banner - Read my Lips and Beneath the Skin were both really great books too - I think I need to take the plunge and dive into his Dog Tag Series soon - if they're anything like these 3 books I've read by him, They're going to be great!
Football Sundae is a cute, cute story - Tanner iStrong s the town hero, leaving after school to play football and live the American dream of college life
Only College life isn't all it's cracked up to be - especially when you leave home and realize there is more out there than you know - and everything you thought you knew and felt, was wrong. Coming home for the summer and keeping to himself was all he wanted. He should have known a small town and his crazy mom wouldn't let that happen for long.
Billy Tucker - such a sweet kid - life isn't always perfect, but he knows how to make the best of things. Since his dad's heart attack 3 years ago, he had to put off going to culinary school to help work at the family diner - but that didn't stop him from getting a degree online while he did it. He even came up with his special Saturday Sweets at the diner. Being able to cook up new deserts and watching people enjoy them was what he wanted in his life. And he couldn't wait to make his dream come true.
When Tanner walked into the diner with his obnoxious friends one day, Billy couldn't keep his eyes off his old high school crush - He knew Tanner was straight and couldn't be interested in someone like Billy, but he still liked to look at the hot piece of meat whenever he got the chance.
The story was fun to watch these two guys grow into each other. They both knew who and what they wanted, but neither of them had the experience to know how to get that.