When friends ask one-night stand connoisseur Michael Esteban to introduce college professor and virgin Cobey Miller to the joys of sex, Michael balks. Lust is his thing, not leading a twenty-five year old novice. But shy Cobey has problems meeting men, and their introduction fuels Michael’s decision to help Cobey become a gay-sex-loving guy. It’ll all be fun and games—unless someone falls in love.
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Author Joshua Franklin Hill has a bad case of writer’s block. When an axe-wielding maniac knocks on his front door and asks to dig up his living room floor, he figures his Monday from hell is complete.
But an axe-wielding maniac may be just what Josh needs.
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We’re starting a new feature here at Out in Colorado called Backlist Bonanza. That name pretty much says it all, right? I don’t need to spell it out for you? 😉
We’re starting with George Seaton.
Diehl’s return to Wyoming from six years of service to his country – including combat in Iraq – is colored with a dark intent to even the score with his father. But before he can once again embrace his adopted family, including Tony, a ranch hand with a military history of his own, Diehl’s single-minded purpose of revenge against his father precipitates events that turn his life in a direction never envisioned. His comfort through it all, is Jack, a Border Collie who Diehl rescues from certain death; a dog who, perhaps, rescues Diehl from himself.
Indie Reviews said
: “Simply put – I loved this story, I loved this character, but most of all I love how this man writes.”
Rarely Dusty Books said
: “Personally I really enjoyed the ride Mr Seaton took me on – in his unusual writing style, with clipped sentences in which the use of a pronoun is considered overrated.”
Nyxx’s Nook said
: “An absolutely wonderfully written book that draws a clear picture of what is going on as well as great character development. Each character stands out in their own way and you can’t help but learn to love Big and his large personality.”