Rosalind Abel

The Hideaway by Rosalind Abel

The Hideaway by Rosalind Abel

Conner Clark was unofficially adopted by the Bryant family when he was 13 years old. He’s been their son and brother since his rescue from an abusive “religious” family.

Micah Bryant is the youngest Bryant and has been in love with Conner since the moment he walked in the door.

When the two are adults they begin a love affair. Just when they’re ready to come open with their relationship and tell the family, Moses, Conner’s nephew, shows up on his door step. He’s run away from the family. Connor now can’t do anything that would push his nephew away and breaks it off with Micah.

The Hideaway is a story of heart break, discovery, love, and overcoming life a little stronger than the day before.

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The Shipwreck by Rosalind Abel

The Shipwreck by Rosalind Abel

This is book #4 in the Lavender Shores series.

Lamont Price is an author. He writes under a female pen name, and writes Male/Female love stories. If he could become a recluse he would, but his family and friends won’t allow it. His status as a member of one of the founding families doesn’t allow it also.

Lamont’s family is constantly trying to set him up and he just knows there’s going to be an attempt at a blind date during his friend’s baby shower. So he hires a cover model to be his pretend boyfriend.

They literally fake it until they make it. Then deception and lies are thrown in and the little that they did make come crumbling down.

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The Veranda by Rosalind Abel

The Veranda by Rosalind Abel

This is book #3 in the Lavender Shores series.

Donovan Carlisle is the town therapist, specializes in lgbt persons, is the brother of Erica Epstein, and secretly crushing on Erica’s husband Spencer.

Spencer Epstein is technically Erica’s now ex-husband. After Erica had an affair Spencer is now able to live the life he came to Lavender Shores to live. He thought he was successful in praying his gay away until he met Donovan. Since then he’s been harboring a flame that will not go out.

After his divorce he doesn’t baby step it to Donovan; he leaps. And from there, things just get more interesting.

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The Garden by Rosalind Abel (Lavender Shores #2)

The Garden by Rosalind Abel (Lavender Shores #2)

Gilbert Bryant has felt like the black sheep of Lavender Shores after a scandal he was involved with back in high school. The only times you’ll find him back home is for special occasions.

It’s during one of those times when Gilbert spots Walden Thompson.

Walden has dreamed of living in Lavender Shores. After leaving his family he takes a detour through San Fransisco that leaves him broken and ashamed.

Both men suffer from a horrible event in their past letting them believe they’re not worth anything and that nobody will love them. Together they discover that just might not be true.

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The Palisade by Rosalind Abel (Lavender Shores #1)

The Palisade by Rosalind Abel (Lavender Shores #1)

Joel and Andrew eye each other all night from across the restaurant.  Once Andrew leaves, Joel is sure he’ll return to finish what their eyes had started.  Andrew doesn’t return.  Right away.  Once he does, and they get down to business, the sparks fly and feelings are felt immediately.

The next day Joel goes on his unattainable mission laid out by his father.  Fate is not on his side when he realizes he’ll have to work closely with Andrew to accomplish his goal.  The more time they spend together the more their feelings blossom until Andrew figures out exactly why Joel is in town.

Can they survive Joel’s betrayal?

 

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