“Maybe you need a man with a little more maturity.”
For second-year high school math teacher Jordan Vaughan, that man might just be Marshall Easterling, the 46-year-old left fielder for gay softball league defending champions the Soft Serves. They meet when Marshall’s teammate Blake Powell applies for an open coaching job at Jordan’s school.
It looks like a perfect match until past memories and insecurities begin to creep into the picture. Marshall is haunted by memories of his first partner, and Jordan can’t let go of insecurities about his age and relative lack of life experience.
Will Marshall’s teammates and Jordan’s teaching colleague Karen help them both understand that they just might be two uneasy pieces that are a perfect fit?
Uneasy Pieces is a 50,000 word gay romance centered on a May-December romance. It contains steamy scenes and a happily-ever-after ending. It is the fourth and final book in the series The League. It includes multiple characters from the first three books Complete Game, A Second Glance, and Always Waiting. It is possible to read Uneasy Pieces as a standalone novel, but readers will benefit from reading the previous books in the series.