LGBTQIA+ fiction with happy endings
Hello & Happy Caturday!
I’m sharing another snippet from Speedbump, again from one of Red’s chapters. The “Goat” he’s referring to is a purple 1964 stock GTO. I think that’s all the intro needed for this one. 🙂
Unfortunately, whatever had drawn me to Ezra Cook was even harder to resist once he climbed into the Goat. Drop wasn’t Los Angeles—not even close—no way would it fly here to pick up some pretty, young guy and trade blow jobs. If he didn’t cut off my prick for suggesting it, someone else would.
A few weeks to lick your wounds, Red, then you’re gone. Gone for good this time.
As soon as you figure out where to go and what to do once you get there.
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Getting broken wasn’t supposed to fix everything.
Ezra Cook is sole caregiver to older brother Tray, who was diagnosed with early-onset Alzheimer’s in his forties. They live outside the small town of Drop, Oregon, on property Tray bought with his Microsoft settlement money. For years, Ezra has been going on and off low doses of testosterone to maintain a comfortable level of androgyny. Ezra spends most days juggling Tray’s needs and the work required to survive in rural Oregon on a small income, ignoring their own needs, especially companionship and sleep.
Ellred “Red” Long escaped Drop at seventeen but returns to his hometown in disgrace after his band dumped him on the streets of LA. Coming back doesn’t seem like such a dead end, though, after he sees a guy walking along the side of the road in the rain and gives him a lift.
Ezra and Red’s chance meeting begins an uncomfortable friendship neither had expected, and both allow fear to keep it from escalating into a hookup, or worse, a romance. Red never meant to return to Drop and doesn’t want to get stuck there again, while Ezra’s protective walls may be too strong to breach, from either side.
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