Arthur-Viscount Campden has been left mentally ill after a fever as a child. He hallucinates frequently by hearing and seeingthings that aren’t there. He’s since been locked in his rooms for the past ten years.
One night he disturbed by a ruckus outside his door. He listens intently trying to figure out what the noise is when a stranger appears in his room. He believes it another hallucination; that talks back.
Fox first presents himself to Arthur as a commoner but soon allows Arthur to know he too is a gentleman. Fox is charmed by the innocence of Arthur and frequents him in his rooms. They quickly develop a friendship that eventually leads to more. All the while we’re seeing Arthur come out of his shell.
Secrets are revealed that have Arthur making rash decisions that drastically change his future.
Laurence and Quentin are moving forward in their relationship; Laurence testing the sexual waters.
Things seem to be running as smooth as they can with these two when Quentin’s father used magic to track him down and approach him. He has two weeks to come home and fulfill his duties as Duke.
Laurence finds out how Quentin obtained his magic and struggles with knowing. All the while he finds out he too has magic and has to find an instructor in order to be able to fight Quentin’s dad.
Both must go through great journeys in order to move forward not only in their relationshipbut their growth as individuals.
Between Quentin’s dad’s threat, a last resort attempt to get Quentin home, Laurence finding the truth about Quentin’s past, and his new found magic this book is wild, crazy, full of emotions, and the best of the series so far.
Todd is a recovering addict working the front at a bakery. He refuses to go down any path that has potential to lead him back to the streets.
Kendall is gender fluid and one of the best wedding planners. He also frequently uses the bakery where Todd works for his LGBTQ clientele. The two have been skirting around each other until serendipitysteps in and plays her hand.
Kendall was supposed to go to swing dance classes with his best friend until she backed out at the last minute. Kendall notices how Todd sways his hipswhen listening to music and persuades him to take her place. From here the true adventure awaits along with dark secrets, black pasts, and a hopeful future.
Book #3 of the Executive Office Series and YEASSSS!!! We have an ending folks, but when one door closes another opens. 😉
If you have no clue what I’m talking about fret not. Just know that you HAVE to read Enemies of the State and Enemy of my Enemy before you can read Enemy Within.
Ethan and Jack have been reunited, Sasha is gone, Sergey is grumpy, Faisal refuses to let Adam leave without him, Scott’s joining the insurgency with Ethan and Jack, and Levi has once again been left back at the White House.
Tal takes us on another adventure. Traveling the Siberian landscape, flying across the world through many ports, riding in submarines, being chased, shot at, blown up, taunted, and betrayed at every turn.
When betrayal and spies live within your inner core who can you trust? Or do you lose the ability to trust and suspect everyone, trust no one?
Sebastian Snow should really rename his life, “The Unfortunate Events of Sebastian Snow“. People seem to seek him out to uncover truths. What he believes is a prank, a brick thrown through his business window, quickly presents itself as a new mystery. And Seb can never turndown a good mystery.
Det. Calvin Winter is working cold cases when Sebastian starts getting these random acts of clue giving that become more and more elaborate. Eventually they both realize that the clues are tied to Winter’s cases and puts a spot light on Seb’s past.
Through mystery, murder, and mayhem can Seb and Calvin remain alive? Let alone keep the flame of their relationship going?
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.