Don't Point at the Moon

By Brian Lancaster

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Some people are in it for the long term—they just don’t know it yet.

Escaping painful memories of England, Mitchell Baxter has worked hard to build a life in Hong Kong. His sister thinks he might as well be living on the moon. With a landlady he has never met who sends him cards with auspicious Chinese proverbs, a wheelchair-bound friend who doles out savage advice, and a demanding boss who thinks nothing of calling him into work on Sundays, he has grown to love his solitary existence. But change is constant in the city that never sleeps and, in the same week Mitchell’s sister persuades him to let the nephew he barely knows come to stay, he learns about his employer's plans to shut down all Hong Kong operations.

Tommy Chow is a native Hongkonger living a carefree existence. As a handsome and athletic twenty-nine-year-old sports teacher, he is rarely without a bedmate. He has the perfect life of a single gay man. If only he could shut out the voice in his head telling him something's missing.

When Mitchell ruins Tommy's evening with a good deed, Tommy gives him a roasting. After which neither hope to see the other again. But Hong Kong is like a village and the two keep running into each other. Forming a truce, Tommy provides suggestions to keep Mitchell's nephew occupied while Mitchell agrees to help Tommy win over the best man at his sister's upcoming wedding.

But working so closely together brings unexpected results that neither could have anticipated.

General Release Date: 20th August 2024

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Format: EBOOK  
ISBN: 978-1-80250-649-5
Word Count: 70,200
Language: English
Book Length: SUPER NOVEL

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Brian Lancaster

Brian Lancaster is an author of gay romantic fiction in multiple genres, including contemporary romance, paranormal, fantasy, crime, mystery, and anything else that tickles his muse’s fancy. Born in the sleepy South of England where most of his stories are set, he moved to Southeast Asia in 1998, where he now shares a home with his husband and two of the laziest cats on the planet. 

Find out more about Brian at his website.

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