The Love Song is a 150,000-word contemporary gay coming of age story with second-chance themes, hurt/comfort, and a happy ending. It's available at hyperurl.co/6e3b6u
How can you trust a second chance with the love of your life?
Casey has never met anyone like Grant: smart, mysterious, and utterly alone.
Grant walks through Casey’s life like a ghost, showing up in the middle of their senior year with no explanation, no history, and no interest in knowing anyone. Casey has plenty of friends, supportive parents to pay for college, and a solid future ahead of him. It should be easy to ignore a new outcast on campus.
But try as he might, Casey is drawn to Grant—and the more he learns, the more he wants to learn.
(The Hustler is a self-contained steamy 10k story with its own arc and resolution — but it also serves as the prologue to The Aftermath by Kay Simone.)
A perfect hustle has two requirements: don't let the mark know how good you are, and make sure the payoff is worth the stakes.
Daniel is looking for an anonymous night of fun in the big city, an hour away from his tiny hometown. He wants to celebrate the final weekend of the summer with a few drinks and some friendly conversation – nothing more.
But when an intriguing stranger starts flirting with Daniel, he finds himself desperate not to lose the man’s attention.
Habitual shoplifter Trent is no stranger to law enforcement, but he's never seen a rent-a-cop quite like Chester.
When Chester begrudgingly busts the smug kid trying to walk through the front doors with an ambitious score, Trent proposes an alternative to turning him in.
Getting lucky has never been so easy…
Maybe it’s a lapse in logic or maybe it’s desperation that leads Logan to this spot. Wyatt has assured him that Eric’s escorts are the best, but even then—a call boy? Really?
Logan had already had his doubts, and when the rude kid that shows up on his doorstep is nothing like what he asked for, he’s ready to pay the escort and say goodbye before he regrets the entire situation. But there’s something about the young man that he can’t quite turn away.
Bets Are Off is a 16,000 word explicit standalone story.