Dark Hollows Press
I’m a huge fan of the previous two books in this series, so I was eager to get my hands on this third (and sadly final) instalment, A Way Home. It’s difficult to review series books without mentioning things which may be spoilers for the previous books – so if you haven’t read the other two books, I’d suggest looking away now, or maybe skipping to the end of the review.
A Way Home tells the story of David and Isaac, due to a family emergency, returning to Zebulon. Almost immediately, the pressure is on – their families are using this opportunity to get them to return to the fold, to their Amish roots. While the boys are stricken with more guilt over leaving, and struggling to hide their true selves, deep down, they know they’ll never return to Zebulon to live. They love their families – but they also love each other, and those things can’t co-exist side by side.
The complications grow, but on the bright side, it seems to push David and Isaac closer together, helping them to forget events back in San Francisco which threatened to tear them apart. Stronger together, the boys are determined to weather the storm in Zebulon and return to the west coast happier than ever.
This was another page turner of a read. Keira Andrews has written a corker of a trilogy here, so different and unique, and yet still containing struggles we all face. It’s wrapped up nicely, but if Andrews ever decided to continue David and Isaac’s story, I’d still read on to find out what their lives have in store next. They’re incredibly lovable characters, and ones I was sad to leave behind. A Way Home is a fantastic read, and one I’d recommend to gay romance fans.
Cameron D. James is a life-long lover of books, voraciously reading everything from the classics to sci-fi, romance to science and nature, and thrillers to erotica. Understandably, a love of books led to a love of writing, having penned his first story in grade seven (about stolen baseball cards). Having written millions of words by now, Cameron now focusses on one of his favourite genres — gay erotica.
Cameron is a fan of Star Trek, having seen every episode of every series (including the animated series) and every movie at least twice. In addition to Star Trek, Cameron also loves physical exercise and seeing how far he can push his body. He’s taken kickboxing, Bikram hot yoga (that’s the super hot and tough one), diving, personal training at the gym, and likes his regular Wii workouts (seriously, they’re a lot more intense than they look).
Hello! I’m Marie Sexton, soccer mom, laundry avoider, and author of gay romance. I live in Colorado, so it’s probably no surprise that I often write about the Mile High state. However, my latest novella, Lost Along the Way, is mostly set in Laramie, Wyoming.
Now, as somebody who’s lived part of her life in Wyoming, and all forty-odd years of it in the American west, I’m often struck by how wrong the media gets it when they portray our part of the country. I suppose I shouldn’t be surprised. Even most American tend to forget there’s a pretty god damn big expanse of land in between California and the Mississippi. And you wouldn’t believe how often people say to me, “Mountain Standard Time? You mean Central, right?” (No, my friend. There’s an entire time zone between PST and CST.) So I suppose it’s to be expected that most of the country thinks we’re a bunch of swaggering cowboys. If you trust TV, everybody in Colorado wears a Stetson (fact: very few do), and everybody in Wyoming talks like a Texan (fact: only the Texas transplants do).
“Ms. Montgomery, how long have you two been seeing each other?”
“Has you father given you his blessing?”
“What will this mean for the Scott name?”
“Mr. Scott, when can expect a wedding?”
“Ms. Montgomery, have you thought about children?”
“Ms. Montgomery! Mr. Scott!”
The problem with food—and the reason some of us eat too much of it (*raises hand *)—is that it’s impossible to quit.
I mean seriously—if you want to quit soda, you just never drink soda. If you want to quit heroin, well, it’s a lot more complicated than that, but in the course of an every day life, there really is no reason to take heroin or drink soda or buy a pack of cigarettes again, if that’s what you’ve decided to do. Without addiction it is not part of everyday life.
Not so with food.
We need food.
What erotic authors do you enjoy reading?
I’m a huge Stormy Glenn fan. I started reading Bellann Summer and Olivia Black recently, as well. All are very talented erotic romance authors. There are so many new authors I want to start reading soon too. I just need to find the time to get to their stories.
Jocelyn was born in Iowa and currently resides in hot-as-hell Texas. She shares her home with her very own 6’4″ alpha male and varying numbers of spoiled cats and dogs.
She thinks dragonflies are awesome, spiders are creepy and it’s rumored that she sleeps with a machete by her bed in case zombies attack in the middle of the night.
Jocelyn writes paranormal and contemporary romances that include humor, lust, love, and four-letter words on the way to a Happily-Ever-After.