second chance sinner Duet

Pieces of Us

A sexy, angsty, excruciating emotion MM friends to lovers rockstar romance by USA Today Bestselling Author Claudia Burgoa.

The Sinners of Seattle are the only family I knew.
Music brought us together.
Tragedy bonded us forever.
That’s where I met Ethan.
Both of us had bad childhoods.
We knew all about unrequited love.
You know what they say, misery loves company.
We shared firsts.
We shared nights.
One of us fell in love. It wasn’t him.
After my world crumbled and the band broke up I spiraled out of control.
Ethan Killian (Kill) became the CEO of a communications conglomerate.
I…I’m trying to stay sober.
It’s so hard when I don’t have a future.
It’s harder when the guy who makes me want to be better is engaged.
He’s marrying someone who can’t understand him.
One call from him becomes a lot more.
He wants to remember what we once had.
I desperately desire him.
Unrequited love can destroy you. I know.
Things get dark between us. Now there’s no stopping it.
I don’t care if I am shattered into pieces.
I just need one last time.

Somehow Finding Us

Emotional, endearing, and full of romance. This is conclusion to the heart-wrenching duet Second Chance Sinners by USA Today Bestselling author Claudia Burgoa you can’t miss! A MM romance full of angst and tragedy that might turn to hope in a redemption love story that’ll break your heart and mend it all over again. 

People think they know me.
They only know what I allow them to see.
I’ve learned to control the narrative.
I have secrets. So many, it’s hard to keep them straight.
I should let those secrets go, open myself to my friends.
Open my heart and allow it to love.
Break the grasp that the demons of my past have on me.
The only man who understands me is fighting for his life.
I put him there.
Zeke is suffering.
He wants to move forward and forget the past.
Forward as in without me.
Friends.
That is all he offers but I want more.
I can’t let him go.
But I can’t let the past go either.
When calamity strikes and wrecks the Sinners of Seattle again, Zeke and I are forced to deal with the aftershock.
And I can’t help but wonder if he’s next.
I can either stay away from him forever.
Or hold onto him while we try to survive.