Lance can’t get over the worst day of his life.
Lance was engaged once, but his wedding day turned into a wedding disaster when a final blowup fight with his fiance left him announcing that the nuptials were canceled. Unable to get over the pain of the day, he moved to Mesa Roja to be closer to his best friend. However, even that isn’t enough.
Will a night swing dancing be able to pull him from his misery?
Eli is tired of the single life, but can’t seem to connect with anybody.
A string of bad blind dates has left Eli jaded about the whole dating scene, and swiping right on dating apps isn’t appealing either. He’s just not connecting with any of the women he meets. But when he sees a newcomer to the swing dance night he’s surprised at how much he’s drawn to him.
But he was straight, right?
Can Eli embrace the new side of himself and help heal Lance’s pain?
Content Note: Mentions of prior cheating and a prior mentally abusive relationship.
Last Call Lindy Hop is a 26K word , M/M, bi-awakening romance