Wednesday, July 27, 2011
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Tuesday, July 26, 2011
Monday, July 25, 2011
Saturday, July 23, 2011
What would you do if the boy you’d loved since you were children grew up to be a...pirate? Christopher has loved Brian since they met in a Dublin orphanage when they were little boys. That love lasted through conscription into the British Navy, and life on a dangerous Caribbean island full of cutthroats and thieves, where Chris tends bar and waits for Brian to come back to him.
Then the day comes that he’s been dreading for years; Irish Red O’Malley, Christopher’s Brian, is rumored to be dead at sea, killed in his sleep. Christopher’s devastated and stuck, unwilling to move from the only place where Brian could find him...in the hopes that someday Irish Red will return.
Former pirate Juan “Black John” de Avila has found a home on Isla Sagrario, a safe haven for men who desire the touch of a man rather than a pretty woman. When Jacob, the lover he thought had died, washes ashore after a shipwreck, Juan believes he’s been given a second chance at love. But Jacob Bellamy thinks the safety of Sagrario is an illusion, one that will come to a brutal end should their enemies ever catch wind of their whereabouts. Juan doesn’t want to lose Jacob again, but neither does he want to leave his home behind for a lifetime of hiding and secrecy. When the island comes under attack, Jacob is forced to decide what means more to him—spending the rest of his life safe and alone, or risking it all to be with the man he loves.
Friday, July 22, 2011
Liked the stories? If you did, you can download them in a collective ebook titled More Than Moonlight. They are available for download in PDF, mobi, and epub formats either at ARe or over on Goodreads.
First Night – Luck performs in front of an audience for the first time ever. How will they do?
Me Too – Shane and Jesse make things official and share their first sexual encounter.
For Real – When Shane uncharacteristically bails on their plans, Jesse is worried and goes to his house to investigate.
Word count: 8,840 (27 pages)
Tuesday, July 19, 2011