BioI could never settle on a subgenre. My ideas are unpredictable and ever-changing, just like my taste in books. As someone who often struggles to sink fully into a story, I aim to write my books in a way that's ADHD and ASD friendly.
I want my characters to be imperfect and a little broken. I want them to screw up, then fix it. I want them to be happy. I love slow burn, the kind of love that's flawed but pure and lasts forever. I like that inexplicable pull that transcends reason and time. I also may or may not have a weakness for 'trashy' romance, cliches, idiots in love and characters whose toxic inclinations would make a therapist run for the hills. Whatever my wandering soul craves in the moment.
When I'm not trying to run from my responsibilities by getting too invested in fictional dudes, I can be found on the beach, sipping coffee and escaping reality by staring at the ocean instead. I like to get my adrenaline pumping by playing an escape room and then bring it down at a Paint n Sip session.
I've been looking forward to this for ages and I finally got to read it! <br /> My heart absolutely went out to Dustin and I was rooting for him to get his HEA - I became seriously invested. What I liked about this novella is that we got to see a failed relationship/encounter before Dustin met Adam and so we could really understand where he was coming from. It made his bond with Adam that much sweeter. I can't be the only one who wants to know just how loud Dustin gets, right?
Dustin is an adorable, shy, cinnamon roll of a gym rat and Adam is so sweet and persistent. I love their dynamic and how Adam helps Dustin overcome his insecurities.<br /> I loved the novella, absolutely recommended reading : )
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At Your Service: A Short Alpha/Alpha Story
“How can I help you?”
Jake seems ready to bolt, his fingers digging into his palms. “I got a knot stuck in my ass.”