LGBTQIA+ fiction with happy endings
“For me this story had a bit of Twin Peaks feel about it…” ~Freya Sinfully Gay Romance Reviews
Classes are tedious, but his reality is murder.
Colin Page, eighteen-year-old community college student, apple polisher and all-around goody-goody, has a secret. He sees things that aren’t there. Unfortunately, the Doc Martens on the floor of the mail vestibule in his apartment building really are there and attached to a dead body. Hunkered over the body is someone Colin had barely noticed before, Private Investigator Al Green. Most people scare Colin, but for some reason, Al doesn’t, even after he reveals that he knows about the hidden reality of their world.
Alonzo Green, despite his low-power mind, is determined to help right the wrongs he unknowingly contributed to. He’s also hopelessly smitten. He knows it’s wrong—probably even dangerous—to enlist Colin’s help with the investigation. And that’s before considering all Al has to fear from Colin’s fiercely protective and powerful mother.
Colin and Al put some of the pieces together, but as soon as one thing becomes clear, the picture changes. The search for the Big Bad takes them from Portland to Tacoma and Seattle, and eventually to San Francisco, but their journey into each other’s arms is much shorter.
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It’s never too late to find love. These two novelettes showcase mature heroes finding happiness…and a little more.
Amazon Universal Link: http://myBook.to/BeMyLove
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“…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
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