Sex, Spoons and Salsa is a story of self discovery through self deprecation, divorce, therapy, a hard headed father, and salsa lessons.
Fiona is a woman in her not so young 20’s anymore living back at home with her parents after discovering her husband’s infidelity. After weeks of moping around her parents say “enough” and send Fiona to therapy, which lead to salsa lessons, which lead to appreciation of self.
Only the ride isn’t that smooth. It’s filled with hilarious bumps, heart breaking bruises, and at one time the gloves finally come off.
Sex, Spoons and Salsa is a delightfully written romantic comedy where every character is relatable making the story that much more intimate, personal, and the humor close to home.
Christina brings us a probable continuation to Oliver Twist.
Oliver’s Uncle Brownlow has deceased and he must figure out what he’s going to do with his future. To Mr. Grimwig, Oliver will always be an orphan, thief, and nothing more.
After getting the apprenticeship of a lifetime to learn business, things begin to go downhill. A person from Oliver’s past haunts his every move. His employer shows his true colors and Oliver can’t stomach it.
After a horrible eventdue to Oliver’s temper he runs to the only place he finds solace, Jack.
Everyone keeps hyping up, and deservedly so, the Executive Office Series while A Time To Rise is a forgotten relic. So I want to bring it back to everyone’s attention since it is my favorite book of Tal’s.
Alain is a member of the Swiss Guard, protector of the pope, and hand picked by the pope to be a hunter. His Prey? The paranormal. Only two other people besides Alain know exactly what he does. This makes him an outcast. Nobody understand him not wants to get to know him. Same holds true for his partner Father Lotario. He’s seen as a plague amongst priests. Even when desperate times make Fr. Lotario call out for help, the cries fall upon deaf ears.
What starts off looking like a rogue ghoul is terrorizing the church Alain and Lotario go after it; guns, holy water, and vodka at the ready. Just when they’re realizing there’s more to the story Luca, leader of the Swiss Guard, throws a wrench in Alain’s daily life by making a mentor to an ill mannered and tempered recruit.
How is Alain supposed to keep what he does a secret and be a mentor?
Lilly worked in a high end brothel at the beginning of the 20th century in New Orleans. She captured the attention of Marcus, a vampire. When Marcus put his plan into action he accidentally went too far and killed Lilly.
Fast Forward to the beginning of the 21st century and the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina.
Angel Sullivan has been sent from heaven to investigate the findings of two rogue vampires at the St. Louis One cemetery. Once he arrives he’s brutally attacked by grave looters and loses everything that makes him, him.
Lilly, who has spent the last 100 years in her crypt tries to help Sullivan but even well made intentions can be bad decisions.
Colin Page is just a normal 18 year old. He’s going to college, lives with his over protective mother, and can see colors around emotions and static items come to life for him. See? Normal.
Alonzo “Al” Green is a PI that has taken on the role of writing a wrong he didn’t realize he was making back in the day.
After they both stumble upon a dead body in the foyer of their apartment building Al takes it upon himself to do a little PI work into the murder. Colin finds himself far too interested and gets involved. What started as a simple murder turns out to be a whole huge plot for possible domination, death, and destruction.
Can Colin and Al stop the mad man behind the plan before Colin is taken for good?
A Love Like Blood is a 2016 Lamba Literary Award Winner for LGBT debut fiction.
A Love Like Blood is completely different from anything I’ve ever read before. It was quite the privilege to see a new world that was presented to me. Victor’s writing style is one of a kind.
Carsten Tynes is too feminine for his father’s liking. So in order to gain his love Carsten is the only of his brothers to take on their father’s passion of photography. Behind the lens of a camera Carsten feels free, but he’s not. Being half Somali he’s supposed to marry when he’s 18 and is constantly pushed by his father.
He see’s how gays are treated within his community and it is suffocating. This story isn’t about romance, love, acceptance.