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No Secrets Needed
Series: New Beginnings, book two – should be read in order
Release date: May 11, 2016
Wacky author interview blitz!
(Treat it like a speed question quiz, it hurts less that way – 5 words or less answers only.)
Make us your dream sundae.
Strawberries, hot fudge, and sprinkles.
Last thing you binge watched?
Lord of the Rings extended editions
You’ve been kidnapped. The characters from the last movie you watched are hired to rescue you. Who are your heroes?
Harry Potter, Hermione Granger, Ron Weasley
What quality in a person do you envy?
When writing do you need quiet or background noise?
What tabs are open on your computer right now?
How many donuts are you capable of eating in one sitting?
Limit is one but 5 long johns
You’re favorite aisle/section of the supermarket?
If you were a woodland creature shifter, which one would you be?
Dragons count? No, then a bird :)
After bidding farewell to his family and Trint, the man he’s come to care for, Rafe heads out to sea, free to be himself for the first time in his life—free to learn himself, away from the constraints and trials of his mother, away from the terrible person he believed himself to be while forced to live with her.
When Rafe returns home his family is waiting for him—but there’s no sign of Trint. With a little push from his ward, Rafe decides to be bold and go after what he wants, though he fears in the end that all his efforts might still not be good enough to overcome the past and the secrets that have controlled so much of his life.
Categories: Fantasy, Gay Fiction, Romance
Publisher: Less Than Three Press
Cover Artist: London Calling
Rafe rose and stood beside his bed, the dagger clutched tight as he waited for some indication that they were searching his ship. Who they might be, he wasn't sure. They shouldn't have been too far into unclaimed water, and as far as he knew, no pirate or enemy to their kingdom would attack so close to claimed water, but he could be wrong. There was always a chance for some war to crop up, even in these peaceful times.
The fighting sounded to have stopped not long after he woke, but Rafe waited until there was a knock at his door, and Captain Manis poked his head into the room, before moving, following him onto the deck to take stock of the damage.
"This shouldn't have happened," one of the men whispered as he hefted a body and placed it into a pile near the bow of the boat.
Rafe didn't say anything as he cast a glance at Captain Manis. His mouth was pinched, eyes hard as he led Rafe to a group of men, no older than boys, and stopped, arms crossed as he scowled at the defiant figures. Rafe waited, but when Captain Manis didn't say anything, he stepped forward.
"Why have you attacked our ship?" His gaze skimmed the group before him, taking in the trembling forms. After a quick perusal, he settled on one of the men whose eyes darted from side to side. Rafe knelt before the man, clasping his jaw in a firm hand. "Why have you attacked our ship?"
The man glanced from side to side again, but none of his fellows would look at him or speak up. With a deep breath, the man spoke in a small, childlike voice. "It's our right."
Rafe lifted an eyebrow. He must not have heard correctly. "Excuse me?"
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It’s all about the author…
Ann Anderson enjoys long walks through wooded areas, hunting zombies, and stealing treasure from space pirates. Only the first happens in real life. Besides allowing her imagination to run rampant, Ann loves editing and is glad she’s been able to make a small career of it while following through with her other passion of writing. Her cats can attest to both passions as they enjoy knocking the laptop from her lap and claiming the space as their own whenever Illinois weather drops to a reasonable degree.
…and stalking them :)
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