Gay Romance

You can also check out novels The Adventure of the Colonial Boy and Ravenfall.

Also see the The Talbott and Burns Mysteries and my Holmes ♥ Watson stories.

A Certain Persuasion

a-certain-persuasionStory – Know Your Own Happiness

Four years ago, Cooper West allowed his brother to persuade him that it was easier to pretend to be straight than admit to being bi. It was a stupid decision that cost him the love of his life, Archer Flynn. Now out, recently dumped and still harbouring regret for his lost love, Fate and Cooper’s cousin Kate are about to intervene, via a book club meeting where the book under discussion is … Persuasion.

Manifold Press’s anthology of queered Jane Austen short stories was released on 1 November 2016.

A Certain Persuasion: Modern LGBTQ+ fiction inspired by Jane Austen's novels

Q: Queermance Volume 1

Story – Late Bloomer

Justice Harcourt Winterbloom has a beautiful garden – and Jake Constance, his gardener, is beautiful too. Jake nurtures Harcourt’s night-blooming garden, and he’ll teach Harcourt how to bloom as well.

The Queermance Anthology celebrates the best of queer Australian romance writing.

Commissioned to celebrate Melbourne’s inaugural Queermance Literary Festival this is an anthology of erotically-charged romances from famous, emerging and aspiring writers.

Volume 1 features fabulous tales of love and lust by Kerry Greenwood, Matthew Lang, NM Harris, Julie A Pollard, Susan Beck, Alison Evans, Kristen Henry, Mary Borsellino, Anders and Nicole Field.

Q: Queermance Volume 2

q2-coverStory – The Birthday Present

Trent Springfield never makes a fuss about birthdays. His boyfriend, Marcus Darrow, promised to be a catwalk model for his friend Madelaine, and is spending the birthday evening clad in crystals and high heels and not much else.  But that’s all right – Marcus has a birthday surprise planned, and it involves those heels and a pair of red panties.

This second volume of fabulous, erotically-charged romances from well-known, emerging and aspiring writers coincided with Melbourne’s second Queermance Literary Festival in April 2015.

Q2  features moving, inspiring, sad, funny, dark and light-hearted tales of love and lust by: NM Harris, Beck Mitchell, Matthew Lang, Isabelle Rowan, JJ Carroll, Lou Kohler, JFR Coates, Renae Kaye, May Wilson, Marion Adams, Scott Thornby, Nicole Field, EE Montgomery, Dominica Malcolm and Victoria Brown.

Words are like oxygen

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