Genres

Contemporary
LGBT
Romance

Blurbs

B. Harmony

Rachel Ember builds an intriguing storyline with descriptive imagery to put you right in the scene with the characters; in only 6k words. A wonderfully created moment in time, with the perfect amount of anticipation and a whole heap of spine-tingling happiness as the page turns.


A. M. Rose

It's amazing what Rachel managed to do in just 6k words. You feel like you've known these men for years, you want them to be happy and to find love. Her writing style is genuinely lovely. There was this ache in our chest throughout the entire story because her words just hit home in the most gorgeous way. You don't want to miss out on reading this gem.


Elouise East

Rachel Ember brings her world to life through well described landscapes and vivid depictions of the places and people in the story. The characters are well developed and you root for them throughout. Amazing stories.

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The Pool Boy

Elliott is having impure thoughts about his pool boy, Clay. But Clay has a secret, too.

Includes age gap, a D/s dynamic, rope, and a happy ending.

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In the Mountains - a steamy and romantic m/m short

Oliver loves Blake, and he's not sure how much longer he can keep himself from saying so. The fact that their trip into the mountains for the weekend features public sex and mentions of road head isn't helping.

MM (male/male) romance with explicit sex.

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