Tuesday, September 26, 2017

Indie Book Spotlight: Queers by AJ Rose #Giveaway





Author: AJ Rose
Book: Queers
Self Published
Publication date: January 29, 2017
Length: 423 pages



Synopsis

Within her walls are stories. Love. Laughter. Tears. Lives lived to the fullest, and sometimes cut short before they really get started. She’s seen it all, from homelessness to super-stardom, boys dressed as girls, girls dressed as lamps, and boy, does she have secrets she could tell. Her one truth is that everyone who darkens her doors is accepted with open arms and a song.

Her name is Queers, and for one of L.A.’s few dueling piano bars, she has a lot of heart. On her stage, the beautiful voice of Duff McKinley rings so true he captures the shattered heart of his boss, Brad Mosely, who checked out of life three years ago. But even lifelong dreams have untold consequences.

Duff came to L.A. to chase his musical aspirations, but his best friend Garrett Slater accompanied him to chase a wish of his own: finding The One, his white knight. He believes Landon Kennedy fits the bill. Suave, handsome, and powerful in the music industry, Landon can show Garrett a life he's only seen in movies. But even as Landon helps Duff realize his dreams, he brings Garrett into a nightmare he may never leave, one from which Garrett's roommate, Jackson Moriarty, is determined to rescue him. If Garrett repays Jackson by seeing his own charms, so much the better.

Yes, within her walls, Queers has long history. Unrequited love, sinister intentions, fame, fortune, and a group of friends and lovers who would do anything for each other no matter the cost.


Product warning: this book contains vivid descriptions of domestic violence and may not be suitable for everyone. Reader discretion advised.


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8 comments:

  1. Sounds interesting! Me, I loved "The Burnt Toast B&B" by Heidi belleau and Rachel haimowitz, because it's not often you see a trans character in these books (or any book for that matter), much less so well drawn.
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  2. My favorite series is independently published - Whyborne & Griffin by Jordan L. Hawk. Thanks for spotlighting indie books.

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  3. I love Sloane kennedy and I think she sis considered indie

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  4. I love Jordan Castillo Price's Psycop series!

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  5. Jay Northcotes "HouseMates" series.

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