Gay Fiction

Hunter's Dawn: Laying the Ghosts

Hunter’s Dawn: Laying the Ghosts (#1 in the Hunter’s series)

Jack Stephens is a skeptic who lectures in Parapsychology at a community college. In his spare time, he works hard to prove that things going bump in the night can be rationally explained. When Jack meets psychic, Casey Lambeth, he sees just another chance to debunk paranormal phenomena. But there is something about Casey that defies explanation. From their first meeting, Casey decides Jack is an arrogant know it all.

When the two are thrown together to investigate a haunting at the home of Edith Andrews, the sparks really begin to fly. As they work their way through the case, both Jack and Casey will be forced to face some issues from their respective pasts, and work their way towards a mutual understanding, respect, and could it be possible–something more?

Hunter’s Kiss (#3 in the Hunter’s Series) Out of print, please check back for updates

My short story “Hunter’s Kiss” appears in this anthology edited by Syd McGinley.

Jack and Casey are paranormal investigators who’re hunting a vampire, when Casey is bitten and turns. The race is on to find a cure before it is too late. (Part three in my Hunters series)

Hunter’s Bond (#4 in the Hunter’s Series) Out of Print, please check back for updates

A sip length story that revisits Jack and Casey from Hunter’s Bond.
Casey and Jack are in the dangerous business of paranormal investigation, and they’re in it up to their necks when an error in judgment nearly costs both of them their lives. Now, Casey is ready to leave the hospital, but he’s not sure he’s ready to face Jack while Jack is struggling under the weight of his guilt. A little time together in the middle of nowhere gives them some peace and quiet, but can it heal their relationship in time to save it? (Part four in my Hunters Series)

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Champion of Olympia

Description

Ariston is an athlete who dreams of fame and fortune and the chance to open his own Palaestra someday. Iason is an aliptes (masseuse) who dreams of winning the heart of Ariston. Can they overcome the competition of rival athletes and the caprice of fickle gods and attain their hearts’ desires?

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2 Responses to Gay Fiction

  1. mercerd says:

    interesting material, where such topics do you find? I will often go

    • megleigh says:

      My ideas for writing come from many different sources. If you’re looking for more books in these genres I highly recommend that you take a look at The GLBT Bookshelf. This is the largest and most comprehensive listing of such books available.

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