Blessed with some of the dearest friends, i have to admit that its through their guidance and perserverance that i am able to write what i feel and enjoy.
An avid book reader and a lover of long dark winter nights tucked up with a rather fruity
glass of red and my partner in crime J T Cheyanne, we aspire to conquer the world with our love of Vampire’s, angel’s and wolves alike. As well as some mighty fine Gods and a deluge of hot Gay romance.
held our hands within his own.
passed and as the years went by the events of that night were soon forgotten.
My father left the farm where he grew up and sought a life here in England. Once he was settled, he sent word back to his family. Ted was the first to come visit; he hadn’t been here five days when he received word that his son had
died. Twice after that Ted came to England, and with each visit he lost a member of his family. After that he headed the words of the priests warning and never left Ireland again.
All of his life, Spencer Hightower dreamed of playing baseball in the Major Leagues. He survived growing up gay in rural Alabama due to his impressive skill on the baseball diamond. Now living in Rhode Island and playing for the AAA Pawtucket Red Sox, he’s only a few steps away from his goal.
Brock Kinkaid, CPA, faced each day with a smile that hid his deepest desire. He wanted to be a father. Unfortunately, the gay men he knew were not into the daddy scene. Resigned to being childless, he lavished his attention on his niece and nephew. When Corey won tickets to see the local baseball team in action, they suckered him into taking them despite the fact he loathed the game. Who would have guessed one homerun ball would change everything?
Born the son of a preacher man, Elijah Deacon always conformed to his father’s strict religious teachings. He worked hard, devoting his time and energy to the family owned construction firm, leaving little time to focus on the deplorable state of his private life. Small town America was no place to be when all a man craved was the touch of another man. Elijah hid his sexuality and tried in vain to convince himself he could be happy with a woman. Urged on by the dream of having the family he craved, Elijah couldn’t know a drunken one night stand would see him pay the ultimate price.
Leaving the bright lights of Atlanta and placing his own life on hold, paralegal, Seth Jacobs, moved to Alabama hopeful that with a baby on the way, his twin sister Bethany would
settle down. His older sister by five minutes, she gave him the confidence he needed while growing to come out and be proud of who he was. It was his turn to return the support. On arrival in Headland, Seth endeavoured to make her see the dangers her behaviour presented to her and her unborn child. But, to no avail.
When destiny deals a cruel blow, and the life of a new-born baby hangs by a thread, Seth and Elijah are flung together to deal with the tragic circumstances. The grief threatens to consume them, while joy and fear work to unite them. Jealousy, love, lies and bitter truths rise to the surface and threaten to tear them apart. Can the powers of love and life bring them together and heal the loneliness that death leaves behind? Or will circumstance prevail and fuel the embers of love that draw them together?