Sunday, August 16, 2009

Moriarty, My Love - Gay Erotica Romance Novel

New ebook available!

Moriarty, My Love a Gay Erotica Romance Novel by Faye Draco

What do you do when a gorgeous 6'4" demon with long red hair shows up on your doorstep? You love him, of course. And that's just what Loring Ashton intends to do. And maybe that demon can help him with the gay bashers at work, his homophobic father, and his own insecurities, leading to a true love filled with passion and excitement to last an eternity.

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Faye :)

1 comment:

  1. Dear Faye:

    I wanted to contact you by email, but couldn't find an address -- so I decided to post this here instead (:

    I noticed your recently published work on Smashwords (I've put several of my books up there as well). I was wondering if you'd be interested in having a Q&A discussion with me [on all things...erotic(a)?].

    I recently published 4:Play, an erotic short story collection.

    Below is some information about the book:

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    || Summary of 4:Play ||

    4:Play captures the deliciousness of sexual fulfillment, the adventure of conquest, and the mystery of unexplored territory.

    Among these progressive stories, a brother and sister try to make sense of the sexual love they share; a demure young woman encounters an incubus; and two friends strike up a stimulating discussion that acts as the perfect aphrodisiac.

    With a scope and style that is fresh and compelling, 4:Play dives into the depths of navigating gender, sexuality, and the lines of desire.

    + Book Trailer:

    + 4:Play Book Site:

    + Available at Smashwords for free for a limited time (use code JE43R on checkout).

    * * *

    I thought it'd be cool to have a Q&A on subjects like GLBT fiction, interracial romance, paranormal romance, and so on (4:Play is a multiple-genre crossing collection).

    Thank you for your time and consideration. I look forward to hearing from you soon.

    P.S. I love pretty boys as well, and totally agree that the romance industry is saturated with tough guys [pretty boys are featured in 4:Play;)].

    Jess C Scott