MoMo: My Everything by Posy Roberts

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MoMo: My Everything : by Posy Roberts
Release Date: February 28th, 2017
Pages:96 • Format: eARC
Published By: Labyrinth Bound Press
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William Harris is a reserved man, private and guarded. He has no one to go home to. He’s never found a man worth sticking around for. He’s never been in love. And he’s convinced he’s happy with his lone-wolf life.

Nate Kelly is William’s opposite, social and easy going. He comes into William’s life as the elegant geisha Momo. When William realizes Momo is a man in drag, he’s captivated.

From their first date, William’s world changes. Nate is nothing like his usual type. And William soon finds out being with this carefree man means always being on display and attracting attention, which makes him want to retreat. He tries to keep Nate at arm’s length, but it’s no use. Nate’s transformed his life in a matter of months and keeps drawing him back in.

If they stand a chance, William has to be comfortable standing next to someone so at home in the limelight. Their future together and William’s happiness depend on it. Is Nate the man finally worth giving up William’s solitary existence? Is he worth sticking around for?

three-stars

 

I never expected to use this gif with this author. Posy Roberts is one of my favorite authors. Her realistic words, characters and emotions get me every time I read one of her works. Its hard for me to write this review. I don’t think this should have been a novella. It should have been full length. With the amount of backstory and characteristics that she put into William, it wasn’t far to not get the same for Nate. So much information surrounding Will, and yeah it was told from his point of view, but it still took me a while to get into the story. It seemed so disjointed in the beginning, and I wanted to DNF it because I didn’t see the point of the story. It took me a while to get into the pacing of the story, and I’m still not sure how I feel about the ending.

I think this is one of her only insta-love stories. I’ve read everything she’s ever written, and the emotions between the two were fast, and I can see the connection from two people who opposites attract. I don’t know if I’m okay with some of the actions or verbiage used in the story. It seemed unnecessary for me. It didn’t add to the story. William’s ignorance made me side-eye him a little bit. The whole fantasy around “MoMo” didn’t move me. I don’t know if that was the right thing to say, but that’s how I felt. I’m so unclear on why this was a big thing for him, and why not admit it to your significant other. I mean you did meet Nate who was MOMO at the time. It just didn’t seem sincere to me. I really liked Nate, but we got so little of him. I really would loved to have more of his story, and his voice, but he felt overshadowed at times by William’s lack of knowledge or comfort ability in his sexuality. Nate easily made the story bearable for me. I liked where they ended up.

This was my first book by this author who I wasn’t sold on it. From the very beginning I was a little put off by it. I guess I didn’t care to much of the tone. I don’t think you should let my review deter you from reading her work. It’s really worth it. I love her characters alot, and I’m always able to connect with them. This just wasn’t meant for me.

About Posy Roberts

Real life. Genuine men. True love.

Posy Roberts writes about the realistic struggles of men looking for love. Whether her characters are family men, drag queens, or lonely men searching for connections, they all find a home in her stories.

Posy is married to a man who makes sure she doesn’t forget to eat or sleep. Her daughter, a budding author and dedicated Whovian, helps her come up with character names. When Posy’s not writing, she enjoys crafting, hiking, and singing spontaneously about the mundane, just to make normal seem more interesting.

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Publisher: Labyrinth Bound Press

Length: 27,000 words

Cover Image: Igor Madjinca

Photo Editing: Posy Roberts

Cover Typography: Natasha Snow

Blurb

William Harris is a reserved man, private and guarded. He has no one to go home to. He’s never found a man worth sticking around for. He’s never been in love. And he’s convinced he’s happy with his lone-wolf life.

Nate Kelly is William’s opposite, social and easy going. He comes into William’s life as the elegant geisha Momo. When William realizes Momo is a man in drag, he’s captivated.

From their first date, William’s world changes. Nate is nothing like his usual type. And William soon finds out being with this carefree man means always being on display and attracting attention, which makes him want to retreat. He tries to keep Nate at arm’s length, but it’s no use. Nate’s transformed his life in a matter of months and keeps drawing him back in.

If they stand a chance, William has to be comfortable standing next to someone so at home in the limelight. Their future together and William’s happiness depend on it. Is Nate the man finally worth giving up William’s solitary existence? Is he worth sticking around for?


*Extensively reworked from the short story, The Measure of a Man.


Author Bio

Posy Roberts writes about the realistic struggles of men looking for love. Whether her characters are family men, drag queens, or lonely men searching for connections, they all find a home in her stories.

Posy is a Jill of all trades and master of the drill and paintbrush. She’s married to a partner who makes sure she doesn’t forget to eat or sleep during her writing frenzies. Her daughter, a budding author and cinematographer, helps her come up with character names. For fun, Posy enjoys crafting, hiking, and singing spontaneously about the mundane, just to make regular life more interesting.


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Analog to Digital by Posy Roberts

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analog-to-digitalAnalog to Digital: by Posy Roberts
Series:2016 Advent Calendar-Bah Humbug
Release Date: December 1st, 2016
Pages: 39 • Format: eARC
Published By: Dreamspinner
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For years, Ethan and Toby have said they’ll never marry, despite Ethan’s secret wishes. So leaving sunny California for snowy Minnesota to witness his sister’s vow renewal is not how he wants to spend his Christmas Eve. It’s the second time she’ll say “I do” in less than a year, when Ethan saying those words to Toby even once is hopeless.

In the run-up to the ceremony, Toby seems to avoid Ethan, and doubts grow in his absence. Ethan can’t help noticing Toby spends more time with Ethan’s family than with him. Little does Ethan know, Toby has desires of his own. But if Toby doesn’t find a way to reveal them, Ethan could leave for home without him.

 

three-stars

 

I enjoyed the overall of the story. What I had a hard time was Ethan’s behavior throughout the book. For someone in an established relationship of more then a year to act the way he did towards Toby & his family was super childish. Here we go with ADULTS not being able to communicate with one another. If my other half surprised me by bringing me home for the holidays when I live on the other side of the country; I’m going to be ecstatic and grateful. That is the one thing he didn’t do. I get it. I understood why he was angry, but he never asked anyone anything, and the few times he asked he was satisfied with the answers. Nope. Not me. I am going to investigate until I get to the bottom of this. He threw little tantrums that took away from the story to me. FFS, Toby was a sweetheart. I liked how he wanted to see the sights of where he better half came from. I don’t think Ethan realized he was a mini vacation for Toby as well. Now that I got that out of the way, I liked the story. Posy as usual writes Realistic Ficiton, and this was no different. Both guys were seemingly relatable. It was a nice holiday read!

About Posy Roberts

Real life. Genuine men. True love.

Posy Roberts writes about the realistic struggles of men looking for love. Whether her characters are family men, drag queens, or lonely men searching for connections, they all find a home in her stories.

Posy is married to a man who makes sure she doesn’t forget to eat or sleep. Her daughter, a budding author and dedicated Whovian, helps her come up with character names. When Posy’s not writing, she enjoys crafting, hiking, and singing spontaneously about the mundane, just to make normal seem more interesting.

Stroke of Luck by Posy Roberts

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strokeofluckcoverStroke of Luck: by Posy Roberts
Release Date: October 26, 2016
Pages: 86 • Format: eARC
Published By: Labyrinth Bound Press
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After everything Marc owned burned to a crisp, he’s living off the kindness of others. A model condo is his temporary home, and his last dime went to essentials. He doesn’t need another distraction, but the fates conspire against him, setting up a chain of encounters that bring him face to face with Cas.

Cas’s love life has been in limbo for years, lovers moving on as soon as they discover how close he is to his best friend, Maisie. Then he meets Marc. The attraction between the two men can’t be denied, but Cas isn’t sure he can risk his friendship for a guy who will only end up leaving when he sees how close he and Maisie are.

When Marc and Cas discover they live in the same building, it’s kismet. But Marc has to invite chaos into his life if he and Cas stand a chance, and Cas faces a choice between friendship and love. Luck may be on their side… if they’re willing to risk it all.

three-stars

I’m not use to feeling this way when I finish a Posy Roberts book. It’s definitely one of her lightest read in terms of angst and emotions. It was super cheesy at times, and I did like Marc and Cas when they were together. My issue with the story is MAISIE. As a feminist, I hate saying this, but I wanted her GONE. UGH!!! The biggest thing for me in Gay Romance is the enormous parts that certain side characters get. I hated Maisie. Okay, hate is a strong word, but I really wanted her to back the hell off. She played a major part in this, and yeah I know she’s involved in every aspect of his life, but I would have been so happy if she wasn’t mentioned again. How were Marc and Cas ever doing to get to know one another with her around at every bend?It wasn’t just be feeling like this seeing as Cas was trying to get some space as well. I can’t see how this wasn’t an issue before Marc. I mean, 8 years is a long ass time to me. I see what it is, maybe it was co-dependency on one another for so long, that when either found someone to be with it wasn’t going to be hell to pay.

I didn’t really feel the connection emotionally between the two. At certain times it would feel like that’s where it was headed, but then the connection dropped. I want to say I felt it was a bit disjointed, but then I’m not sure if that’s the right word. I can’t think of the word. I did like that they were very open with each other regarding their history and sexuality. Yes Cas, did a dumb thing and the “communication bug” roared it’s ugly head, but I was able to get passed that.

Physically they were compatible. I think if it was longer, then maybe I would have enjoyed it more and was able to see the progress that they’ve made together emotionally and mentally. I really would have liked to see them grow and just be together. I think 15 more pages could have sustained me. All in all, it’s Posy Roberts, so the writing was great. I despised Maisie after 5 minutes, but I liked Cas and Marc at the end.

About Posy Roberts

Real life. Genuine men. True love.

Posy Roberts writes about the realistic struggles of men looking for love. Whether her characters are family men, drag queens, or lonely men searching for connections, they all find a home in her stories.

Posy is married to a man who makes sure she doesn’t forget to eat or sleep. Her daughter, a budding author and dedicated Whovian, helps her come up with character names. When Posy’s not writing, she enjoys crafting, hiking, and singing spontaneously about the mundane, just to make normal seem more interesting.

New Release Spotlight & Giveaway: Stroke of Lucky by Posy Roberts

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Oh My Shelves welcomes one of Mika’s favorite authors, Posy Roberts to the blog. She has a new release Stroke of Luck that came out October 27, 2016. She brings us an exclusive excerpt and her inspiration for Stroke of Luck! She’s also giving away an e-book of winner’s choice from her backlist! Comment below for a chance to win. Please welcome Posy to the blog!!

Exclusive Excerpt

Scene setup: Marc is shopping for kitchen items and clothes at Goodwill to replace what burned in a fire a week ago. He runs into Cas and Maisie looking for Halloween costumes.

Oh. My. Gawd!” the blonde woman said, voice rising in pitch with each word.

What do you think?” A built guy with jacked-up shoulders and an amazing ass that had been poured into tight, red jeans walked in front of Marc and over to his previous dance partner. The guy wiggled his hips in a mesmerizing way.

Cas… oh my God. Turn around! Let me see that ass.”

Marc watched as… Cas turned. The woman spanked him, and Cas stuck his ass out as if asking for “another, please.”

They look amazing. What do you think?”

Hmmm.” Cas looked over his shoulder at his reflection in the mirror, and Marc noticed a white streak in his dark hair, about two inches wide. “Well, Maisie, I think these are it. Now, if I can find a red leather jacket, that would be great. You still have those leather pieces at home from the vest you made last year, right?”

Yeah. You gonna embellish?”

Mhmm.” Cas marched over to the jackets and stood right across from Marc. Maisie went back to picking through the racks a few rows away.

Marc found himself staring outright at the hot guy and studying that streak in his hair. He tore his attention back to the coats, hunting for something that could serve for both work and casual. A peacoat would be nice, if he could afford it.

Look at this!” Cas was enthusiastic as he slipped on a hideous red jacket, but Maisie ignored him.

Marc couldn’t keep his snort of laughter in. The coat was that bad.

Something funny?” Cas asked with a bitch brow.

Marc bit his lip and shook his head before double-checking the size on the coat he’d just found. He slipped it over his shoulders. It felt comfortable.

What? What’s so funny?”

Nothing. I’m sorry. It’s just….”

Laughing at the queer guy willing to try something besides black or navy, huh?” Cas gestured to the navy wool coat Marc wore.

No. It’s not that. It’s just that… you look… you look like….”

Maisie came to the rescue. “Get that off, Cas! You look like Michael Jackson. All it’s missing is silver zippers and spangles on the shoulders. Off!”

Marc slipped the navy coat in his cart and had started to make his escape when he was stopped by Cas’s apology. “Sorry, man.” When Marc turned back, he was glad to see the hideous coat was no longer on Cas, and Maisie was tucking it deep between other clothes so no one else needed to be accosted by it. “I didn’t mean to imply you were homophobic or anything.” Cas shrugged.

I’d be a hypocrite if I were.” Marc gave Cas what he hoped was his warmest smile, and then he winked.

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Posy’s inspiration for this novella!

When I was looking for a photo for the cover of Stroke of Luck, I had to search to find a guy that worked for the story, and that meant I needed a profile shot. Cas has two birthmarks on one side where sections of his hair have no pigment. They appear white, and I didn’t want to be messing with recoloring small sections of hair in the photo. When I found this man covering half his face with a devilish, come-hither smile, I just had to have him!

Cas’s birthmarks come into play in the story. For most of his life, people have randomly come up to him to touch his hair without consent. They just reached out and touched. He’s gone so far as to cover one of the sections with color so nobody notices it.

From the time he was a young child all the way up until his late twenties, people have disregarded his personal space bubble because of their own curiosity, but Marc is different. Marc is curious as hell, don’t get me wrong. He finds the white hair stunning, but he doesn’t disrespect Cas. He nearly does, but he catches himself, which I love about Marc. He recognizes what he’s about to do and pulls up short.

As a woman who didn’t always have her “noes” and “stops” heeded, I know how having consent disregarded feels. And as a mother, I wanted my daughter to know her words should be respected the first time. From when she was a toddler, if my daughter said “Stop” during tickle time or even a hug, I stopped. Sometimes she would get upset that I’d stopped, but that was part of the lesson for her as well. I gave her alternative words to use if she really wanted the fun to continue, because I wanted stop to mean stop and no to mean no. I wanted her to know that those words should be respected and heeded at all times. So teaching my kid about consent became a natural part of parenting at an early age. Now that she’s in high school, those lessons have served her well.

When I set out writing Stroke of Luck, I had no clue this consent theme was going to come out, but it did. And more than once. I wrote about consent in at least three different ways: between close friends, between Cas and Marc with the hair thing, and once more. I was going to write a sweet story with no mention of any serious content whatsoever. But I guess I can’t do that even in something this fluffy. 😉 I’m an educator to my very soul, I guess.

But to me, consent is part of everyday life. It’s something we do to show respect. Oh, and does Marc respect Cas. Oh my! That shock of white hair may have been the thing that initially captured Marc’s attention. Well, actually it was Cas’s ass poured into a pair of tight, red jeans, but then he noticed the hair. That was the thing that Marc spotted first as fate kept bringing these two men together to get it right and get together already! This is a sweet, meet-cute, contemporary MM Romance between two bisexual men who are ready to fall in love. Enjoy!

strokeofluckcover Stoke of Luck: by Posy Roberts
Release Date: October 27, 2016
Pages: 86 • Format: eARC
Published By: Labyrinth Bound Press
Purchase Links:
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Blurb

After everything Marc owned burned to a crisp, he’s living off the kindness of others. A model condo is his temporary home, and his last dime went to essentials. He doesn’t need another distraction, but the fates conspire against him, setting up a chain of encounters that bring him face to face with Cas.

Cas’s love life has been in limbo for years, lovers moving on as soon as they discover how close he is to his best friend, Maisie. Then he meets Marc. The attraction between the two men can’t be denied, but Cas isn’t sure he can risk his friendship for a guy who will only end up leaving when he sees how close he and Maisie are.

When Marc and Cas discover they live in the same building, it’s kismet. But Marc has to invite chaos into his life if he and Cas stand a chance, and Cas faces a choice between friendship and love. Luck may be on their side… if they’re willing to risk it all.

Author Bio

posyrobertslogo Posy Roberts writes about the realistic struggles of men looking for love. Whether her characters are family men, drag queens, or lonely men searching for connections, they all find a home in her stories.

Posy is a Jill of all trades and master of the drill and paintbrush. She’s married to a partner who makes sure she doesn’t forget to eat or sleep during her writing frenzies. Her daughter, a budding author and cinematographer, helps her come up with character names. For fun, Posy enjoys crafting, hiking, and singing spontaneously about the mundane, just to make regular life more interesting.

 

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Please comment below on which Posy Roberts cover is your favorite and why? Winner will be selected by 11/07/16. E-book of your choice from the author’s back-list only.

I myself am in love with the Naked Organics cover but the new cover for the North Star Trilogy forced me to buy it when I own all 3 e-books separately!!!

About Posy Roberts

Real life. Genuine men. True love.

Posy Roberts writes about the realistic struggles of men looking for love. Whether her characters are family men, drag queens, or lonely men searching for connections, they all find a home in her stories.

Posy is married to a man who makes sure she doesn’t forget to eat or sleep. Her daughter, a budding author and dedicated Whovian, helps her come up with character names. When Posy’s not writing, she enjoys crafting, hiking, and singing spontaneously about the mundane, just to make normal seem more interesting.

Picked Fresh by Posy Roberts

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PickedFreshCoverPicked Fresh by Posy Roberts
Series: Naked Organics, Book Two
Release Date: June 23, 2016
Pages: 269 • Format: eARC
Published By: Labyrinth Bound Press
Purchase Link:
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Is five thousand miles far enough to say I love you?

Hudson Oliva loves stability. He was a throwaway teen before finding Kaleidoscope Gardens but has since thrived at the commune. When Jude Garrity moves in, life gets even better, but Hudson still craves more. He knows he has to be satisfied with their exclusive status being temporary and that Jude will eventually navigate his full sexual awakening with their other housemates.

Hudson has a journey of his own to make. It might only require going home to settle his grandmother’s estate, but he plans to use his time away to figure out how to temper his feelings for Jude and bury his jealousy once and for all. But when Jude joins him on his trip, Hudson falls even deeper in love, especially after Jude stands by his side when he finally confronts his mother for rejecting him.

However, it’s not all hearts and flowers while they travel. They’re over two thousand miles from home when Hudson learns a ruthless corporate farm threatens the commune they both love. In order to save their way of life, Hudson must ask his mother for help. And if he wants a chance at a stable future with Jude, he has to tell him the truth about his feelings, no matter if it ruins the harmony he’s tried so hard to preserve.

four-stars

Once again, another good book from Posy Roberts! I really adore her writing style and the amount of emotions that she produces with her characters. This isn’t an ordinary series with just romance. Her stories are realistic fiction. They are for the obscenely normal folks. I didn’t know what to expect with this book. Having book Hudson and Jude go through their pass together was great. I think it was a good learning curve for both. It shows each one of them, why the other is the way he is.

Hudson’s emotional journey for hard for me to read. All these years later, his coming out sort to speak still hunts him. His relationship with his parents still enrage him. His father’s departure from his life leaves him feeling inadequate in his masculinity where he has to keep saying “that’s not what a man is”. For all the good things his Papi did for him, not accepting him during those years devastated and destroyed his confidence. He’s working through his feelings of inadequacy, vulnerability and jealousy. I really like Hudson on this journey. We can see the affect meeting his mother after 12 years is doing to him on page. They may have been some resolves with him and her. But I’m still so pissed at her. And yeah, maybe she’s a victim of her own. It was painful to read those parts, but I love Jude for being there.

Jude who has had his own issues. His issues with wanting sex and exploring it. He’s lived a hard life as well, has overcame it in a way. He’s 21 so he’s still growing. Seeing his parents about did me in. But I loved how his siblings rallied around him and the younger ones to do what’s right for each other. I cannot wait for the little brother to get a book.

**See what I did Posy, I put it out their in the universe :)**

Seeing Jude and Hudson together were beautiful. Both loving each other but not knowing how to say it to one another. I found those scenes very beautiful and at times felt like a voyeur for reading them. The unexpected for me was the Leo & Charlie point of views. Poor Leo, I think he felt like apart of him was missing instead of traveling. I get it, Hudson has been apart of his life for all these years and the first time he’s left for a period of time. I really like Charlie’s character and want his character study as well.

This book is about redemption, self-discovery, self-love and acceptance. At the end of the day, Hudson & Jude has something so powerful that they needed to know that they can overcome anything as long as they are working together. Life on the commune is going to be different now with the expansion, but I look forward to reading the next in the series. I really do love Posy’s words. I think this book was no different.

Release Blitz: Picked Fresh by Posy Roberts

Title: Picked Fresh
Series: Naked Organics #2
Author: Posy Roberts 
Genre: M/M Romance
Publisher: Labyrinth Bound Press
Hudson Oliva loves stability. He was a throwaway teen before finding Kaleidoscope Gardens, but has since thrived at the commune. When Jude Garrity moves in, life gets even better, but Hudson still craves more. He knows he has to be satisfied with their exclusive status being temporary and that Jude will eventually navigate his full sexual awakening with their other housemates.

Hudson has a journey of his own to make. It might only require going home to settle his grandmother’s estate, but he plans to use his time away to figure out how to temper his feelings for Jude and bury his jealousy once and for all. But when Jude joins him on his trip, Hudson falls even deeper in love, especially after Jude stands by his side when he finally confronts his mother for rejecting him.

However, it’s not all hearts and flowers while they travel. They’re over two thousand miles from home when Hudson learns a ruthless corporate farm threatens the commune they both love. In order to save their way of life, Hudson must ask his mother for help. And if he wants a chance at a stable future with Jude, he has to tell him the truth about his feelings, no matter if it ruins the harmony he’s tried so hard to preserve.

 


Jude shifted in his seat and stared at Hudson. Hudson couldn’t take his eyes off the road, but the desire to turn toward Jude and mirror him was overwhelming. “What was your first impression of me when I met you at the farmers market?”

“Should I be diplomatic or honest?”

“Honest.”

Hudson ran that day over in his mind. It was crystal clear, still, even though it had been more than nine months ago. Jude had meandered from stand to stand. He initially stood out from the crowd because of what he was wearing: a bright blue, almost turquoise wool coat over a black turtleneck and tight black jeans. In the blur of quilted plaid flannel and fleece hoodies in various shades of drab, olive, and Carhartt, Jude was all Hudson could see.

“I couldn’t keep my eyes off you. You were… stunning.” He shook his head. “I don’t know another word for it. I was talking to some customer about how we raised our chickens, and when I saw you, I stopped midsentence. I stared, felt like a dirty old man because you looked so young, and when I turned back to the woman to carry on our conversation, I had no idea what we’d been talking about. Literally none. It was like looking at you sucked the words out of my throat and the thoughts right out of my head.”

Jude chuckled. “Seriously? Was it the coat?”

“It made you stand out, but no, it wasn’t the coat. It was everything about you. Your broad shoulders and your hair and your eyes and your fucking lips.”

“You like my lips?” Jude pulled his rose-flavored lip stuff out of his front pocket and made a show of smearing it across the bottom one. Then he rubbed his lips together and licked them, all while staring at Hudson with soft bedroom eyes.

The bus vibrated, a jagged noise piercing Hudson’s ears as he drove too far to the right, edging his tires onto the rumble strip. “¡Coño!” He maneuvered back into the center of his lane.

Jude laughed. Hudson’s heart thundered against his rib cage.

“You’re evil,” Hudson said. “Evil, I tell you!”

“Maybe.” Jude bit at his bottom lip.

“Stop. Stop tempting me with your fucking gorgeous mouth. I can’t have you doing that shit while I’m driving.”

“Okay.” Jude smirked but kept his tongue and teeth from doing anything else. He put away those hazel sex-eyes too. “So, how did you see this trip going down?”

“Just like that?” Hudson was incredulous.

“What?”

“You can just turn it on and off like a switch?”

“With you, sure.”

“Well, I can’t.” Hudson gestured to his crotch, where his dick was obvious, thick, and quickly moving on its way to fully hard, even though Jude had stopped the licking and the biting.

“Want me to touch you?” Jude’s voice was breathy as he slid his warm palm up Hudson’s inner thigh. He thumbed over the head of Hudson’s cock, and Hudson got harder. Jude played with just the head, moving back and forth, his touch light and delicious.

“Want me to drive off the road?” Hudson managed not to sound choked off.

“No.” Jude pulled his hand away and smiled like the devil. “I want you to drive. And I want you to tell me about what you want to do on this trip besides the obvious. And for the record, turning it off doesn’t happen like a switch. Turning me on with one look, easy!”

“You’re dangerous.”

“Damn right I am.”

Interested in reading how Hudson ended up living at Kaleidoscope Gardens? Read Naked Origins—Hudson for free. This is not a romance, but for those who want to dig a little deeper, this story covers much of Hudson’s history that is hinted at in Picked Fresh. Visit https://posyroberts.com/2016/02/02/free-read-naked-origins/ to read the summary and download it.
Title: Farm Fresh
Series: Naked Organics #1
Author: Posy Roberts 
Genre: M/M Romance
Publisher: Labyrinth Bound Press 
Posy Roberts writes about the realistic struggles of men looking for love. Whether her characters are family men, drag queens, or lonely men searching for connections, they all find a home in her stories.

Posy is a Jill of all trades and master of the drill and paintbrush. She’s married to a partner who makes sure she doesn’t forget to eat or sleep during her writing frenzies. Her daughter, a budding author and cinematographer, helps her come up with character names. For fun, Posy enjoys crafting, hiking, and singing spontaneously about the mundane, just to make regular life more interesting.

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