Inside Out

Former mercenary Bull Krebbs now heads up security at his nightclub in Harrisburg, PA. Working the door night after night, he’s seen it all. Though tough on the outside, he’s a little hurt that people find him unapproachable. Then he pulls a cute twink out of line to perform a random search, and he’s surprised when the guy giggles and squirms.

Zach Spencer, graphic artist, twink, and seriously ticklish, isn’t intimidated by Bull. He’s in awe, and when Bull saves Zach from being trampled on the dance floor, Zach finds his inspiration for the superhero in his graphic novel.

Soon Zach wants more and makes his move by asking Bull on a date. Though small, he has a backbone of steel. He’ll need it—their happily ever after is thwarted at every turn, including by Bull’s interloping mother showing up unannounced and enemies from Bull’s past threatening to pull him to the other side of the world.


This story is sweet, comfortable read and a true Andrew Grey story if that makes sense. I loved it but I am struggling to get the right words on paper for this review. It is one you should read for yourself and enjoy.

Get swept away by Bull, Zach and their friends and “family”

Sid Love Read the review →

I loved watching these two wounded souls dance closer and closer together all the while wrestling with demons from the past, one that endangers not only their chances at a HEA, but their very lives. The characters were perfectly written, engaging, and so sweet to read along with that I didn’t want to put the book down when done (yes, I’ve already reread it once, lol). The world they inhabit is real, as in the places and some of the situations, and the pains each man has had to endure are, sadly, all too real.

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