Speedbump also got a glowing review today, so I thought I’d celebrate by uploading it to every bookstore and library service I could find!
While those sites are processing the ebook, it’s available on PayHip. Get 25% off for a share on Twitter or Facebook!
So here’s part of what’s got me so excited, from the QRI review:
“When all’s said and done, I can’t wait for the next wonderful character Charli Coty introduces me to. In the meantime, I’ll reread Speedbump.” ~Queeromance Ink
Read the whole review here.
Here’s a short blurb, because it’s Friday night & nobody has time for a long blurb. 😉
Ezra Cook is sole caregiver to older brother Tray, who was diagnosed with early-onset Alzheimer’s in his forties. They live outside the small town of Drop, Oregon on property Tray bought with his Microsoft settlement money. For years, Ezra has been going on and off low doses of testosterone, maintaining a comfortable level of androgyny. Juggling caregiving duties and the work needed to survive means ignoring their own needs, especially companionship and sleep. Ezra’s chance meeting with Red, a washed-up musician, begins an uncomfortable friendship, and both fear it escalating into a hookup, or worse, a romance.