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Author: Colette

Cover Artist: Covers by

Release Date: February 14,

Genre: Contemporary M/M Romance

Tropes: Best friends to lovers, double bi-sexual awakening

Themes: Trusting in each other

Heat Rating: 3 flames

Length: 43 000

It is a standalone story and
oes not end on a cliffhanger.


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Isn’t it obvious we’re just
best friends?


Adrian is my best friend. We live together, hang out, and
he’s the best cake taste tester I could want.

Hugs are the
norm, along with cuddles while watching horror films. I need someone to protect me during
the scary bits, so why not Adrian? He’s almost a foot taller than me, so he makes a good
armchair too.

Life is exactly the
way I like it until Adrian’s sister drops a bombshell that leaves me questioning everything I
think I know about myself and my straight best friend.

Can one kiss
change everything? I’m about to find out.

Oblivious is an
M/M best friends to lovers novella. It’s a light and fluffy love story, with a double bi-sexual
awakening, a little bit of heat and no angst. None. Zip. Nadda. There’s meddling family
members and two sweet best friends who are totally oblivious about how much they really
care for each other. Oh, and cakes. There’s lots of cakes.


She hands me an order slip.

“Is Adrian here?” I ask as I read the order. He puts up with me calling him Addy, but to
everyone else, he’s Adrian, and I respect that.

“Yes.” She picks up the order I’ve just finished preparing, but instead of turning around and
going to serve it, she stares at me.


“You knew Adrian was here based on his order?”

“He always asks for the same thing—a cheese and tomato toastie. No cucumber, extra
radish. I bet he asked for peppermint tea.”

“You’re so cute.”

“What? Why?”

“You just are, that’s all.” She smiles at me and then leaves the kitchen with an extra spring in
her step.

I’m left metaphorically scratching my head. I can’t do it because I’m preparing food. What on
earth was that about? I shrug and get Addy’s order ready, then take it out to him. He’s
wearing his work clothes—heavy-duty combat trousers, boots with steel toecaps, and a
fluorescent vest over a thick woollen jumper. He has to wear a hard hat when he’s working
up high, which has left his brown hair mussed up. He’s starting to go grey at the temples.
Although the hair on his head doesn’t have any warm tones in it, his beard and moustache
are streaked with auburn.

“You didn’t say you’d be popping in today,” I say as I put his food in front of him.

“I finished a job early, so figured I’d come to say hi before I have to be at the next job. Plus,
where else am I going to get a mountain of radish with my lunch?”

I laugh. “I don’t know how you can eat that stuff.”

He picks up a thin slice of radish with his thick fingers and pops it into his mouth. “It’s
delicious. You’re busy today.”

“Lunch rush. It’ll get quieter in about an hour. Then we’ll get the afternoon tea rush around

“Make sure you take a break.”

“Yes, boss.”

I’ve made a joke of it, but I do appreciate his concern. We’ve been looking out for each
other for twenty years now.

Even when we went our separate ways to university, we used phone and email to keep in
touch and support each other. Addy did a degree in arboriculture near Preston, whereas I
went to culinary school in London. I loved every minute of my course, but those three years
were lonely. As kids, we’d popped over to each other’s houses to hang out, but that was
impossible to do while living almost two hundred and fifty miles apart. I’d looked forward to
every holiday when I could see him in person.

Unlike most of our friends—okay, my friends—Addy has always been a bit of a loner. We
both ended up back in our hometown after uni to be close to our families. As a bonus, it
meant I got to hang out with my best friend again.

Funny that I should think about that now.

About the Author

Colette’s personal love story began at university, where she

met her future husband. An evening of flirting, in the shadow of Lancaster castle, eventually
led to a fairytale wedding. She’s enjoying her own ‘happy ever after’ in the north of England
with her husband, two beautiful children and her writing.

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