Looking for some critiques on my writing potentially? Maybe, I’m being a little hard on myself, but I’ve been feeling like my writing is a little stiff? I’m hoping by putting my work out there I’ll be able to get an idea of how I might be able to improve that. I only have a chapter up, so far (soon to be two, by the day’s end).
I’m open to any genres to be honest. Though, I will say fanfictions may not be in your best interest if I’m unfamiliar with the fandom. If the plot’s good, I’ll probably still be down to read it!
Title: Worth The Risk [mxm]
ᴍᴀᴛᴛᴇᴏ ᴅᴜᴍᴏɴᴛ royally fucked up this time. One small oversight on his part led to Elliot Hill, a popular reality star, pulling out from the six-million-dollar book deal BritePrint Publishing had been closely working to secure. The last thing he needed was a marred reputation as the senior editor from something as huge as this.
He scrambled to pick up the pieces before he or his junior staff faced serious consequences. There was only one problem: Elliot Hill refused to give him the time of day to fix things. That is until an incident leads him to misunderstand Matteo’s relationship with his emergency contact, César Tavarez.
ᴄᴇ́sᴀʀ ᴛᴀᴠᴀʀᴇᴢ is a tenacious attorney, whose hardened exterior earned himself the nickname “Ice King” around the firm. Contrary to popular belief, César does in fact have a much softer side reserved for those he was much closer to him- one of them being Matteo, someone he’s known for most of his life.
He promised himself he’d stop getting involved in Matteo’s insane schemes years ago. And to Matteo’s credit, there hadn’t been anything of the sort to refuse involvement in until now. This time around he was asking him to play along as his pretend boyfriend, but much as he wanted to say no, he knew Matteo’s ass was on the line. So, he did exactly what he knew he shouldn’t have done-he agreed to help.
As passion builds, the two of them struggle to discern what’s real and what’s just for show. As they are slowly made painfully aware of the strong feelings they have for one another, they are forced to answer one question lingering in the back of their minds…
Is crossing the line worth the risk?