LGBTQIA+ fiction with happy endings
Ezra Cook has been going on and off low doses of testosterone, maintaining a comfortable level of androgyny. Juggling caregiving duties and work means ignoring their own needs, especially companionship and sleep. Ezra’s chance meeting with Red, a washed-up musician, begins an uncomfortable friendship, and both fear it escalating into a hookup, or worse, a romance.
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It’s never too late to find love. These two novelettes showcase mature heroes finding happiness…and a little more.
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This book had an amazing variety of voices and styles but they all meshed into a wonderful collection.
Check out my erotica short “The Imp in the Rock”!
“…the stark emotional connections and the open, honest portrayal of diverse LGBT characters (bi/trans) makes a welcome change.”
“I got way more than I bargained for with Torque, but in a good way.” ~Angela
“This is a really good book, with some difficult themes, dealt with in a beautiful way.” ~Ruthie 4.5*
“I loved the sexualities and identities in this book.” ~ Megan’s 5* Review
“For me this story had a bit of Twin Peaks feel about it, in that – the iconic TV series confused the shit out of many people, but the populous couldn’t get enough of it.” ~Freya
“I’d recommend The Visionary to readers who enjoy a complex story that doesn’t spoon feed all the information, interesting world-building, people with powers, and MCs who don’t always know the answers.” ~ Anne
The Romance Reviews gives Toy Run 5 Stars!
“A lone biker with a pack of toys travels to Oregon to join a group of bikers at a truck stop diner and deliver presents to children hospitalized over the holidays. If that isn’t enough to make a reader go “Awwww,” I don’t know what is.” ~Pat