The Storm brothers are coming to town and four men are about to be swept away by their lightning fast loving.
Barista Maddox Sinclair isn’t concerned by much more than finishing his degree, taking over his grandfather’s business and shedding the memories of the lover who left him behind to make it big in Hollywood. When a drenched stranger steps into the coffee shop, thoughts of school, homework and responsibilities fly from Maddox’s head for the first time in four years. All he can think of is this stranger’s vibrant blue eyes and the firm muscles showing through his soaked clothes. Suddenly, he wants a taste of something he’s avoided—but just a taste, nothing more.
Lost in an unfamiliar city, Rush Storm just wants someplace dry to wait for his handlers to find him—somewhere dry and free of paparazzi and the rabid fans, that is. He loves being the lead singer of Rising Storm, a group he formed, but sometimes, he’d just like a little peace. When he spies the man behind the counter of the tiny shop he enters, he knows all bets for peace are off. He wants a whirlwind of torrid passion…and that’s just a bit unsettling for a rocker who’s promised to keep his sexuality a secret.