#TeaserTuesday: Weathering the Storm by Stella Rainbow

Today's teaser is short and sweet, giving you just a hint of what you'll find when you pick up Weathering the Storm, which releases on March 25th!  Previously published as Finding You, with an amazing new cover and some minor changes....


From roommates who barely see each other to finding their happily ever after, Luke and Scott have a tough storm to weather.


Escaping a madman with your life barely intact and your ability to trust shattered changes you. It changed me. I didn't remember who I was before him, my past a murky shadow, and everything in the future looked the same.

Until an ad for a roommate led me to Scott. Scott made me feel safe. He made me feel... happy. But should I allow myself to drop my walls around him when the last man I let in left me bleeding and scared of my own shadow?


Being lonely was nothing new to me. Other than my best friend and his small family, I had no one in the world and I was okay with that. Or at least, that was what I thought.

But then Luke showed up, looking to rent a room, and something about the beautiful man with his oversized hoodie and eyes full of warniness made me want to get to know him better. Something made me want to earn his trust, to see joy and adoration shine in those gray eyes. But should I let him get close when I've lost too many people already?

Weathering the Storm is a 70k contemporary gay romance featuring two men with haunted pasts, reading sessions that include cookies and bonding, a three-legged cat named Tressa, and a beautiful slow burn romance. 

Note: Weathering the Storm was previously published as Finding You. There are some minor changes in this version, but much of the story remains the same.


“I—I was in a bad relationship. It left its scars.”

“I’m sorry you had to go through that. The asshole clearly didn’t know how precious you are.” 

I snorted, and he pulled back to look me in the eyes. “I guess you don’t know it either.” His voice was musing and a little sad, and I glanced away because he didn’t know. I wasn’t precious or beautiful or whatever else he thought I was. I was damaged, messed-up, and so fucking broken I was holding myself together with duct tape and safety pins. 

I pulled away from him, but he held my hands in his until I looked up at him. “You are beautiful, Luke, and I’m going to make you realize that someday.”

Weathering the Storm is available for e-book pre-order and will release March 25th