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Subject matter deals with the consensual sexual practices of adults in the forms of
romance novels, gay fiction and gay literature including gay males, gay love, and gay sex.
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new link - but then the author has to update all the pages of their personal
website. It's inconvenient for everyone!
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|Praise for the writing of
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KC Kendricks never
-- Fallen Angel Reviews
"..beautifully moving in all the
right places...KC Kendricks
gives us a well-crafted tale"
- The Romance Studio
"Good to the last word...."
- Sensual Reads
..."Seriously entertaining and
- Joyfully Reviewed
|Suspense / Spy Games
Eye of the Beholder
Some neighbors share more than others...
Andy Madison is city born and bred. Filling in for a friend at a
coffee shop, Andy meets Ben Hardin and sparks fly.
They spend a long, lazy Sunday afternoon together to get to
know each other, and when they decide to let nature take
its course, they go to Ben’s cozy apartment.
Ben’s taking his time becoming acclimated to his new life in the
big city. He’s got a great job he loves, he’s making new friends,
and his starter apartment has the most incredible views a young
man could dream of. Ben’s discovered there’s more to admire
than the arts, music and architecture. All he has to do is look out
his window and across the narrow alley.
Andy thinks he’s seen it all living in the Big Apple, but what he
spies through Ben’s window is something that can only be
enjoyed by the eye of the beholder...
The Right Brew
Book IX in the Men of
Hollis Milnor didn’t think twice about moving
to Marionville. Caleb Brewer is a steady,
hard-working man establishing a
microbrewery. What starts out as
business quickly heats up the summer
nights. Hollis hesitates, reluctant to step
over the legal line. Caleb isn’t just a vendor.
He works part-time at the nightclub.
Becoming involved puts them both in murky
waters, waters that become crystal clear
when the past catches up with Hollis and
puts everyone he loves in danger.