On Mike’s fortieth birthday, his husband, Ken, takes him to Canada's Vancouver Island to celebrate. While Mike mourns his loss of youth, Ken encourages him to recapture it by bedding a gorgeous twenty-something man they encounter while hiking in Pacific Rim National Park. A night of no-holds-barred passion among the three men reveals a sizzling chemistry, and when Mike and Ken return home they find themselves longing to reconnect with the young Jason. Can what started as a one-night stand transform into a threesome that lasts?
This romance features Deaf and hearing characters. It is a short story of 7,800 words (about 30-35 pages on a typical e-reader) and intended for mature audiences. This story also appears in the anthology Falling Hard: Stories of Men in Love by Dale Cameron Lowry, which is available on this site.
"Pacific Rimming is a fun and engaging tale about an unexpected holiday romance. I loved the characters and their interactions, and the story's satisfying ending." —Asta Idonea, author of Fire Up My Heart
"If you’re looking for a fun and scorching ménage that starts as a threesome but soon grows into more, then give this short story a try." —Serena Yates, author of To Find and to Keep
"Short, romantic, sweet, well written story of two older men and a younger one-night stand. A fate-full encounter of three persons having similar interests; a couple so sure of their respective feelings that letting a third be part of their relationship just made it stronger."—Reader Review on Goodreads
"The author managed to give us a lot in a short story that didn't leave you feeling rushed. It had a steady progression with a very satisfying ending but you still have time to fall in love with the characters."—Reader Review on Goodreads
"This was such a sweet, creatively written short story that totally touched my heart. It was passionate with a bit of humor, and I just loved the straightforwardness of the three main characters. The ending was beautiful and just the way I like it. Perfect."—Reader Review on Goodreads
"Hot! Hot! Hot! I loved it."—Reader Review on Goodreads