Thursday, March 26, 2015

New Release: In The Absence of Light by Adrienne Wilder

Congratulations to Adrienne Wilder on the release of his contemporary gay romance In the Absence of Light

Early reviews
"I loved this one. Morgan is something different and extraordinary and I can promise you are going to love him and most likely put him at the top of your favorite character list."- The Jeep Diva

"This is fast paced, charming, emotional, SEXY--like Wow!"- Boy Meets Boy Reviews

"Such a beautiful, and I mean utterly BEAUTIFUL, portrayal of autism in a young man’s life."-Jack Pyke (goodreads)
In The Absence of Light
by Adrienne Wilder
ebook, 333 pages
March 26th 2015
For years Grant Kessler has smuggled goods from one end of the world to the next. When business turns in a direction Grant isn’t willing to follow he decides to retire and by all appearances he settles down in a nowhere town called Durstrand. But his real plan is to wait a few years and let the FBI lose interest, then move on to the distant coastal life he’s always dreamed of. Severely autistic, Morgan cannot look people in the eye, tell left from right, and has uncontrolled tics. Yet he’s beaten every obstacle life has thrown his way. And when Grant Kessler moves into town Morgan isn’t a bit shy in letting the man know how much he wants him. While the attraction is mutual, Grant pushes Morgan away. Like the rest of the world he can’t see past Morgan’s odd behaviors Then Morgan shows Grant how light lets you see but it also leaves you blind. And once Grant opens his eyes, he loses his heart to the beautiful enigma of a man who changes the course of his life. (less)

About the Author: 
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City of Dragons Portfolio (this site has images of gay sex) 
Georgia born and bred, I am an artist, a writer, and a general pain in the ass. 

I spend most of my days working on my next book or designing cover art for other writers. For stress relief I do olympic lifting and occasionally run (but hate it). I have been in love with writing since I was very young but it wasn't until recently that I decided to pursue it as a profession. 

I have experimented in several genres and found that since I identify as male, male romance has been the most comfortable for me to write. I don't discriminate in my books. All characters are fair game. I do however, prefer a happy ending at some level. 

I don't write the standard romance book. Some might even argue that what I write isn't romance at all. Personally I think of them as love stories, where even in a fantastical world, there are realistic outcomes to the obstacles the characters face. 

Many of my books have dark turns and twists where the characters fight for the light at the end of the tunnel. I write action, fist fights, gun fights, down right dirty evil people who have to be stopped, things catch fire, blow up, and fall in. My characters come in a unique range. They are not all good guys, but the majority of them have very good hearts. Many of them have been through hell in their lives, and many of them have a laundry list of faults. But hopefully they manage to surprise you with their tenacity and loyalty. 

If all goes well, there will be a myriad of different kinds of books available this year. If I am really lucky, you will enjoy them.

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