Book Title: Ride or Die (Food Truck Warriors #6)
Publisher: Beth Bolden
Cover Artist: Cate Ashwood
Release Date: January 20,
Genre: Contemporary gay romance
Tropes: Bad boy, secret admirer, hookups versus
Themes: Overcoming fear, found family, embracing change
Heat Rating: 4 flames
Length: 80 000
It is not a standalone story.
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Can Ren’s bad boy heart
be wooed and won?
Ren Moretti likes his life—and his hookups—just the way
they are: fast and loose.
He only ever hooks up with someone once, and
relationships? Forget it. Never gonna happen. No guy has ever persuaded him to bend,
break, or alter his one date and one night rule.
Until Seth Abramson.
Seth has always tempted Ren—but it’s not a secret that
Seth won’t settle for just one night. A few dates won’t cut it, and he’s not interested in
playing around. He wants it all, and he intends to win Ren’s heart.
But that’s the one thing Ren’s never given up. He guards it
closely and fiercely, until one day, when he realizes it’s no longer his to protect, it’s belonged
to Seth all along.
“You gonna order?” Ren asked. Hoping that he
understood exactly what he meant. And he wasn’t talking about sandwiches.
“Oh yeah, I definitely am,” Seth said, and Ren’s
There was something so decisive and grown up
about this guy.
Like he’d throw Ren over his shoulder and cart him
back to his bedroom.
“What can I get you?” Ren asked.
Me. I can get you me. And you’d enjoy every
second of it. Trust me. I’m delicious.
“That’s a real good question,” Seth said.
“I’m going to get lunch,” Lennox announced, and
nobody was surprised to see him head off towards Ash’s food truck.
“Well, if you want a recommendation,” Gabe said,
and Ren wished that his cousin would go do anything else right now, “you can’t go
wrong with the Thai meatball crunch wrap.”
“Does everything have balls or buns?” Seth wanted
Oh, Ren wanted to show him.
So badly that he deployed the smile that he usually
saved for closing the deal. But then, he was closing the deal right now, wasn’t he? He could
feel it in his bones.
Specifically one bone in particular.
“Yes,” Ren said.
“Straightforward,” Seth said, taking a step nearer, and
now Ren could really get a good look at him. He was even sexier in higher definition and
he’d made Ren’s mouth water even without the close-up look. “I like it.”
“See anything else you like?” Ren decided there was
no point in delaying. They were both clearly interested. “Lucky for you, I just happen to be
Somehow, impossibly, Seth’s own closing smile was
even more devastating than Ren’s own.
Ren was unmoored. Blown away. Blown
What would it be like to be under him, when he
smiled like that?
What would it feel like to kiss that smile off
He was going to get to find out. Ren could feel it.
Could nearly taste it.
“Really straightforward,” Seth said, not
sounding like he hated that at all.
“Why bother pretending that you don’t just want a
sandwich?” Ren shrugged. “We’re both interested. I’m free tonight, and I know we’d both
“What about tomorrow, then?”
Ren had learned the hard way that it was better to
always be honest about his intentions. But this guy, even if he didn’t do one-night
stands, was so hooked that Ren knew there was no way he’d ever turn him
Ren could feel the other side of the hook, buried in
him, tugging him even closer, and he dared anyone to try to resist that completely
“What about tomorrow?” Ren asked archly.
“Why do we have to worry about tomorrow?”
“I’m all about the tomorrows,” he admitted with a
shrug. “I’m not here for just the tonights. I want to know there’s going to be a tomorrow,
Ren frowned. “I don’t do tomorrows. Not
when tonights are so freaking great.”
“Then I guess I’ll have to make do with just a
sandwich.” Seth sounded genuinely regretful, which was why Ren didn’t even register the
rejection right away. He’d been so goddamned nice about it. Like he hadn’t wanted to
About the Author
A lifelong Pacific Northwester, Beth Bolden has just recently moved to North Carolina with
her supportive husband. Beth still believes in Keeping Portland Weird, and intends to be just
as weird in Raleigh.
Beth has been writing practically since she learned the alphabet. Unfortunately, her first
foray into novel writing, titled Big Bear with Sparkly Earrings, wasn’t a bestseller, but hope
springs eternal. She’s published twenty-three novels and seven novellas.
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