Title: Age is Just a Number
Authors: Eric Gober, Layla Dorine, Lily Velden, Dale Cameron Lowry, Eddy LeFey, Asta Idonea, Louise Lyons, Kassandra Lea, Carol Pedroso, Aimee Brissay
Genre: Gay, Romance, May/December Romance, LGBT
Publisher: Wayward Ink Publishing
There’s something to be said for life experience, a little gray at the temple…
And then there is the appeal of youth.
When it comes to what the heart wants, Age Is Just A Number.
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TWENTY LIGHT YEARS BETWEEN US
An alien encounter…
An unfortunate misstep…
A lightning fast journey through space…
The laws of physics are about to wreak havoc on Walt and Michael’s May-December love.
ALL ROADS LEAD WITHIN
When James spotted Rogue, a young man for whom wandering is like breathing, half-dozing on the hood of his car, he never expected that warning him about the dangers of sleeping out in the open would lead to a weekly visitor at his door.
Upon the death of his grandfather, up and coming Fantasy author, Thomas, returns home.
A place he left four years earlier to get over his unrequited love for Sam Fletcher, his older, straight, and very much married neighbor.
Thomas soon discovers, however, that things are much changed with Sam…
AMERICAN MASTER BAKER
Dale Cameron Lowry
Baking is a way of life for Joey, a young pastry chef vying for first place in the popular reality show American Master Bakers.
But the judges have been showing favoritism to Terence, an aggravatingly attractive older man with more experience under his belt.
When the competition gets hot, so do the two men. Can a relationship that started in hatred end in love?
ALPHA AND OMEGA: THE CLAIMING
A young Omega shifter meets a much older Alpha.
Will Elliot let Issac help him be who he is too afraid to be?
STAND AND DELIVER
Necessity has forced former soldier Captain Keen to assume the occupation of gentleman highwayman. His fortunes take a turn, however, the night he stops the Marquis de Beaumont’s coach and gets more than he bargained for when he utters the words “Stand and deliver!”
LOST AND FOUND
The loss of his best friend leads Phil to find love.
TRAIL TO LOVE
There’s only one thing Kit Conley likes more than horses and that’s Roman Meadery.
But will the elite rider ever notice him?
CRUISING WITH LOVE
Gus is under the thumb of a controlling father. Can meeting his mate give him a reason to make a break for freedom?
Nelson is twice Gus’ age, and very protective of what is his.
What will happen when Gus’ father tries to split them up? And what surprises does Nelson have up his sleeve?
A few seconds, that’s all it takes to make a difference between life and death.
Between killing someone and stopping on time.
But is it enough to turn yourself around when you’ve hit bottom?
Or to make you recognize something good when you have it?
Exclusive Excerpt from Eric Gober’s Twenty Lightyears Between Us:
“It’s gotta be a hoax of some sort. We’re probably on Candid Camera right now, about
to make big fools of ourselves.” I picked up the 8-track player. “Let’s just go back to our
“No way; we’re investigating this.” Gary stepped inside and retreated down a corridor
Against my better judgment, I entered the vessel.
I followed Michael and Gary into what looked like a living area. I had to admit the
room’s decor was unearthly. There was no blue shag carpeting or fake wood paneling. No
beanbag chairs or chained swag lamps either. Everything was spotless and appeared exotic
and very expensive. The lighting—a strange tint I couldn’t quite pinpoint in the spectrum—
had no source that I could see. The furnishings were ultra-modern. All were crafted using
odd angles, asymmetric shapes, and peculiar materials I’d never seen before. The room’s
sophisticated palette defied description. There was no harvest gold, avocado green, or
walnut brown anywhere. In fact, I’d have wagered the colors inside here couldn’t have been
duplicated by Michelangelo or Sherwin-Williams.
Two fiercely handsome men lounged on plush objects. I wouldn’t call the objects chairs
because they had no legs and didn’t touch the ground, but rather seemed to float. I didn’t
see anything suspending them. The man with lighter, golden skin stood when he saw us. He
wore an iridescent jumpsuit made of otherworldly fibers, and he had to be six and a half feet
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