Introducing Michael Luca

Many writers use multiple pen names for different types of fiction, and I’m no exception.

I’d like to introduce you to Michael Luca, my pen name for the fiction that strays more towards the erotic end of the spectrum.

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Stu Reviews: Custom Fit by Josephine Myles

Book cover for M/M Romance Custom Fit by Josephine MylesI’d been excited to read Custom Fit by Josephine Myles, the second book in the M/M RomanceĀ Tailor Made series, ever since I read the first book, Tailor Made.

This book picks up soon after Tailor Made left off, with new boyfriends Felix and Andrew coming to terms with the harsh financial reality of trying to make it together on student loan and a part time job.

What I find refreshing about Jo’s writing is that her men aren’t the fetishised muscle gods who usually frequent M/M Romance books but the kind of guys you’d be likely to meet in any British student town.

What’s more, the story involves Felix’s growing compulsion to wear women’s clothing, his own reaction to that compulsion, and Andrew’s reaction.

Jo absolutely captures that can’t-keep-my-hands-off-you feeling that new love gives but also that how-much-should-I-tell-you feeling, too.

Would I recommend it? Absolutely.

You can buy it here (affiliate link).

Out Now: Goodman’s Child

Copy of goodman'sMy new eBook, Goodman’s Child, is a short story set in Orkney.

Inspired by the Orcadian folklore story The Goodman o’ Wastness, which I read during research for Memory of Water, it centres on the plight of Moire, a woman trapped by her husband in the small croft house they share with their sick son.

Moire has spent years trying to escape Goodman and now she has a chance.

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