I'll introduce myself: I've been with Torquere Press since 2007, when they published my first novel Chiaroscuro. I write mostly contemporary romances, but occasionally indulge in historical fantasy, and I have something up my sleeve for later this year that's shaping up to be urban fantasy.
Apples & Gin: Wedding Cake.
Noah Kingston and Sawyer Shaw agreed to get married on Valentine's Day in Boston, and the day has finally arrived. Noah wants to give Sawyer the wedding of his dreams, but it won't be perfect without Sawyer's family attending, too.
Sawyer has always had the most faith in their love. When Noah learns Sawyer's family doesn't intend to even see him again if the wedding takes place, Noah wonders if that faith will be enough to get Sawyer down the aisle.
NSFW excerpt is below the jump.
"Some people say," Sawyer whispered in his ear, "that you should stop having sex for a couple days before the wedding so that your wedding night is even better."
"Those people are crazy."
"I wholeheartedly agree." Sawyer licked Noah's ear and rubbed the head of Noah's cock with his thumb.
"Yeah, I figured," Noah breathed. "I mean, you could stop if you really want --"
Sawyer growled and tumbled them over, making Noah yelp as he was flipped onto his back. Sawyer held Noah's hands over his head, their fingers interlaced, and kissed him slowly until he was arching up to Sawyer's body, his toes caressing Sawyer's legs and their erections pressing together through their pajamas.
"Or you could just keep going," Noah whispered as Sawyer's mouth slid down his neck. "'Cause this is good. This is almost as good as a wedding night. This is morning sex."
"Shut it," Sawyer muttered and licked the hollow of Noah's throat.