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It is not intended for any unmarried individual under the age of 18.
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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|Website updates are always in progress as new material is added, and we're still finding
residual "stuff" from the closing of Amber Quill Press. It doesn't help that the author is a
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notice when these companies expand. Just like the reader, the author has to track down the
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
There is something a little peculiar about Eli Tate. Oh,
he appears normal enough on the surface, but he’s
spent years trying to remember what happened to him
- and why he doesn’t age. Then there’s the way he can
shift shape. He doesn’t know what kind of being he
really is or if there are any others like him. What he
does know he’s been in the same town for thirty years
and he needs to move on.
Returning to the Big Apple, Eli takes up residence
in his old apartment. An evening walk turns deadly
when he’s attacked by pure evil. He barely escapes
with his life - thanks to a stranger named Rio who
is a shape shifter like him.
Rio says he knows Eli and that he’s been searching for
him for many years. Rio confesses they were once
lovers. Eli has no memory of such a time, and now
he’s out of options. To remember his past, and destroy
the creature pursuing them, Eli has no choice but to
trust Rio - and maybe fall in love with him again.