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Monday 26th April
Five years ago, I walked away from Sunbury, Oregon, and left my best friend behind.
The move was supposed to get my life on track. I even had a list.
Life changing epilepsy surgery. Check.
See the world. Check.
Get over my straight best friend … Not exactly.
No matter where I go or who I meet, I can’t let Tanner go.
I’m back to tell him how I feel. To get the closure I need once and for all.
Only now I’m here and falling for him all over again, it’s getting harder to say the words.
Because once I have my closure, I’ll be gone.
And this time it will be for good.
When my best friend, Roo, left for Australia, it was the worst day of my life.
I thought we’d have each other always.
But Roo needed the surgery so I let him go, thinking he’d come straight back.
Five years is a long time.
Now he’s here, all I want is to hold on tight.
I need to show him what he means to me.
The problem is, I’m not exactly sure what that is.
My draw to him has always been confusing and different—everyone in town says so. But I struggle to understand it.
All I know is I won’t survive him leaving again.
And I’ll do anything to make him stay.
Just Friends is a best friends-to-lovers romance with an oblivious MC, only one bed, and terrible kangaroo jokes.
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Love at first… death. “Do it. Kill him for me. Take me with you.”
Elias—plucked from indentured servitude at nineteen and turned into a vampire—is caught in a spiraling relationship with his possessive sire.
Valeri—a damaged soul who guards his secrets and fledgling alike—balances on a razor’s edge of good and evil.
In a race to save one of their own from a deadly sickness, Valeri and Elias lead an unlikely team on a dangerous voyage to pry secrets from an ancient group of vampires—a group that’s been known to kill trespassers.
The closer they come to discovering the truth, the wider the rift between Elias and Valeri grows—until Elias doubts the relationship can be saved.
Will they find a cure in time? Can Elias and Valeri make it to the other side together, or will ancient secrets shatter their bond forever?
Across the Sapphire Sea is an MM Paranormal Romance packed with action & adventure, a steamy love story, and danger at every turn. This is book two of a series and contains its own story and HEA with no cliffhanger, but author recommends reading Beneath the Opal Arc first for the most enjoyment. Novel contains scenes intended for mature readers, full warnings inside.
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What if love threatened to destroy everything you’d worked for?
Hockey right winger Tyler Jensen isn’t thrilled to get the news he’s been traded to the Bethesda Barracudas. The team may be red-hot in the rankings, but there’s someone there he’d rather not have to see every day.
Defenseman Kevin Moore is one of the top-rated rookies in the country. He’s living the dream playing for the Barracudas—until he hears that his old high-school crush Tyler is joining the team. Ty was once everything Kev wanted, but their age difference got in the way. Tyler decided a three-year gap was too much and left Kevin behind.
In Bethesda, Tyler doesn’t take long to notice that Kevin has grown up into precisely the kind of man he can’t resist—brawny, brainy, and beautiful. Kev feels the pull too, and as the men become closer, they work hard to keep their budding relationship secret. Professional hockey may be welcoming gay players now, but Ty and Kev aren’t sure management would like the idea of two Barracudas taking teamwork to an entirely new level.
As the playoffs loom, news of their romance gets out. Ty and Kev, caught in a storm of controversy that threatens to destroy them, need a power play to save their careers. How will they find one before it’s too late?
Fire in the Ice delivers on the promise that second chances can work and dreams can come true. If you like exciting hockey, plenty of humor, a beautiful HEA, new adults, young athletes, and enough heat to burn down the house, this book is for you. Approximately 81,000 words.
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If you’ve ever been curious to get inside the head of a lesbian, to be one for the space between the covers, this literary romance is your chance.
In the early 2000s, Kirsten Hansen is a femme, twenty-something writer living in San Francisco with her partner, Soraya, a therapist who barely escaped war-torn Afghanistan as a child in the time of the Russian occupation. Conflicts begin on page one, as Soraya announces she would like to have a baby just as Kirsten realizes she may not want to stay in their relationship.
Punctuated by arguments in razor sharp dialogue, Kirsten’s internal narrative of guilt, betrayal and often humor unfolds as she goes about haphazardly dismantling her relationship with Soraya while not-so-secretly plunging into an online search for love.The book bounces back and forth from Kirsten’s tween and teenage years in the 1980s as a nerdy, introspective “preacher’s kid” in Iowa. There, young Kirsten longs for adventure, and even more so, for a fellow explorer worthy of her boundless imagination.
One day, when she wanders through the woods to the neighboring farm, she discovers a tree house and its owner, a girl only a year older than she, smart, athletic, “girl next door,” Erin Tulley. Here, their journey—and the love of Kirsten’s life—begins. With innocent voice and evocative prose, Kirsten comes to understand the nature of her love for Erin and its lack of acceptance in their evangelical Christian America. At last, in high school, Kirsten makes a pivotal decision and loses Erin because of it. Twenty-something Kirsten wonders: Is Erin still out there missing her, too? Or should she make a life with Soraya? Is there a third option, maybe the intriguing Taggart she has just met online? Mistrust mounts in all relationships as Kirsten ponders the question of fate versus free will in her own life and the strength found only in letting go of its answer in others’.
There are many compelling gay and lesbian experiences—from Christian to Muslim to atheist—that are stories yet untold: The quest to find an equal “Other,” the struggle from love into deep friendship, the beauty and growth that can come when two opposing cultures meet, and the persistent exercise of hope throughout our lives. Other Women is one of these great, universal stories…that just happens to be LGBTQ.
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