Happy Pride Month!!
To help celebrate this wonderful month that’s all about love being love I’m taking part in a Book Funnel sale that you might be interested in!
I’ve joined with a lovely bunch of LGBTQ2s+ authors to bring you this collection of romance reads. Many have lowered their prices so you can stock up on enough love to last you through June…maybe. I’ve knocked the price of Tales of Bryant down to only $0.99 for this event but the price will go up on June 13th so make sure to grab Brian and Isamu’s book before the sale ends!
Four Seasons. Two Men. One Love.
For struggling film student Isamu Taylor, life’s refrain is about to change from boring documentary about a passionless delivery boy to a blazing and wildly erotic love story.
After spending weeks admiring handsome but older Manhattan executive Brian Gilles while delivering brioche to him in Bryant Park, the man of his lusty dreams has just expressed a desire to get to know Isamu better. A night on the town is just the beginning of a whirlwind romance that will span not only four seasons but countless years.
Amid the beauty and charm of Bryant Park, New York City, two men are about to discover that love knows no age or economic boundaries. This is a collection of four short stories starring these two amazing men, their one sublime love, and the park where it all started.
To find all the books in this event follow this link:
Rj Scott, V.L. Locey, Lillian Francis, Jamie Lynn Miller, Jodi Payne, N.J. Lysk, Rachel Ember, L.C. Chase, Meredith Spies, Charley Descoteaux
Have you read?
Nine Small Sips
Life for Isamu Taylor is now a Cinderella story that includes a Manhattan loft, a new position in the hottest LGBT film production company in New York City, and an upcoming wedding in Bryant Park to his very own handsome prince.
He’s come a long way from that struggling film student with ratty sneakers and shaggy hair. Isamu is now living an urbanite’s fairy tale with that happily ever after just around a bustling city street corner.
But as all wedding planners know, even the best laid plans seem to go awry, and Isamu and Brian’s wedding is no exception. But love—both old and new—is in the air, so nothing can go too badly, right?More info →
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