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Chase has obsessed over his coworker Dylan to the point of nicknaming him Mr. Perfect. His social anxiety prevents him from actually approaching his crush, until a chance encounter forces an interaction. When Dylan discovers the nickname, his promiscuous ways won’t let this opportunity pass him by. Pursuing Chase is more challenging than he expected, since even a conversation with Chase is a struggle. To help win him over, Dylan adopts a mangy stray dog that’s been hiding under his porch. The dog turns out to be even more emotionally broken than Chase is. Despite his own flaws and concern that he won’t live up to Chase’s expectations, Dylan might just be the man both of them need to help them heal their past wounds
The following novels were originally published by MLR Press in 2016, and have been republished in 2021.
Julian is used to drama, seeing ghosts tends to do that to a person’s life, but when he falls for a man known as the neighborhood murderer–the dead help him uncover secrets no housewife could predict.
Moving into a suburban, middle class, stereotypical neighborhood was never on Julian’s to do list. When his identical twin brother inherits their Aunt’s house in such a place, then finds a good job, Julian reluctantly follows. He expected to feel isolated by being the only gay person on the block, okay, more likely the zip code, but a few nosy housewives eagerly inform him the neighbor across the street is gay, and punned, Mr. Creepersen, due to several murders that occurred in his basement five years ago.
Clayton’s hometown is full of white racist cops who enjoy targeting the dominantly black neighborhoods. His father, the police chief, has supposedly improved the situation.
After Clayton transfers to the department, he begins a relationship with a black man who lives in one of those neighborhoods. Clayton tries to keep his job and ties to the police force a secret from his new lover. It doesn’t help that his new love interest also has secrets, too.
Clayton has to decide who he should trust– his brothers in blue or the man sharing his bed.
My first romance novel, “Kale’s Paroxysm,”
Kale has spent years in a volatile relationship with his ex, Martin. Convinced he will come back, even after a conflict that results in Kale being incarcerated and suspended from his law firm, Kale begins a no-strings-attached relationship with the man he meets in jail.
Eli has always kept his romances with men temporary. He hasn’t always been honest about being gay and he prefers to keep the secrets of his past hidden. Kale’s obsessive nature makes it difficult though, and soon their relationship is edging toward something more. Kale’s possessiveness appears to have no limits, nor do his fits of rage, and Eli worries, as Kale’s affection shifts from Martin to Eli, that he may become Kale’s next victim rather than his lover.
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