I’ve polished up and republished a hot little short story called “Handyman” in the first ever Sexy to Go Gay Romance box set! This set is a collection of nine stories ranging from contemporary to fantasy to mythical in nature, but all featuring sexy men.
Danny is haunted by memories of his ex, Peter, who moved out six months ago. He recognizes just how badly off he is when he wakes up to a flood in his condo, a problem Peter would have easily handled. But Danny can’t find the insurance paperwork, he doesn’t know who he should call first, and he’s about ready to strangle his stoner upstairs neighbors. His day starts looking up, though, when a parade of workmen arrive to deal with the water, replace his breaker box, and demolish his soaked ceiling. They prove unavailable, though, until Ken, a handsome, friendly handyman, shows up to handle Danny’s drywall. But can Danny handle Ken?
Sexy To Go Gay Romance will be available for download on April 1.
You can preorder it now! Find your format HERE:
MANY OF YOU KNOW that Chris Owen and I recently requested the return of our rights from Torquere Press for non-payment and breach of contract. I am happy to report that, as of this writing, Chris and I are now working on republishing the Deviations Series. I’ve started the conversation on Twitter – please drop by and join in!
As I reread the books, as I’m being pulled back into Tobias & Noah’s universe, I’m reminded of the love and respect that I have for these characters. Oh, yes, they’re hot. But they’re truthful, they’re caring, and they’re sincere in their needs. Tobias knows the weight of his responsibilities as Dom – he knows what he holds in hands (literally and figuratively). Noah is well aware of the power inherent in his submission. Chris and I set out to create characters that wanted more than kink – characters that wanted (needed?) to live the lifestyle 24/7. Not one-night games, not weekend “second lives”, not a fantasy. Real life — real limitations, real struggles, real issues. Perfect and imperfect. Constantly learning, evolving, never fully satisfied.
And I love that the people they have around them — Bradford and Phan for example — are more than just secondary characters – they have full lives of their own.
I can’t wait to see these books available again, to have these conversations and hear your thoughts. More information as soon as we have it!