Clang Author E Davies go inside Books E Davies was proficient in real estate ad shorthand the old fashio
Clang Author E.Davies go inside Books E Davies was proficient in real estate ad shorthand the old fashioned newspaper kind by the age of nine Growing up moving constantly taught him what people have in common, the ways relationships are formed, and the dangers of miscellaneous boxes.As a teen, he tore through a stack of found romance novels, wishing someone had written similar for M M, though he could never find anything at Chapters or the library Just after graduating university in 2013, semi out and clutching his English B.A for dear life, he stumbled on an M M short story It was a whole new phrase he dares not repeat for fear of lawyers It shone and shimmered splendidly, though.After failing forty times to avoid crafting happily ever after endings for steamy short stories, he plunged into romance novels and hasn t looked back As a young gay author whose formative gay fictional role models were characters punished for their sexuality, Ed prefers his stories lightly dramatic, full of optimism and hope.Now out and proud, he writes full time, goes on long nature walks, tries to fill his passport, drinks pi a coladas on the beach, flees from cute guys, coos over fuzzy animals especially bees , and is liable to tilt his head and click his tongue if you don t use your turn signal.To find out when E Davies has a new release, you can subscribe to his newsletter at edaviesbooks subscribe, like his Facebook page at facebook edaviesbooks, or visit his website at edaviesbooks.. I can t let you face this alone I don t know I m just lonely Summer barbecues and his brothers renovations keep blacksmith Jackson Riley happy, but he s missing one thing a relationship Sweet, sexy Chase helps him with his dating profile and catches Jackson s eye instead When they trade skills and time, the embers are stirred into a flame of passion Jackson wants I can t let you face this alone I don t know I m just lonely Summer barbecues and his brothers renovations keep blacksmith Jackson Riley happy, but he s missing one thing a relationship Sweet, sexy Chase helps him with his dating profile and catches Jackson s eye instead When they trade skills and time, the embers are stirred into a flame of passion Jackson wants a family tattoo something Chase s skilled hands can deliver But Jackson worries when Chase asks him to forge a sword What could he need protection from I don t have a family Tattoo artist Chase MacLeod can t stop running from his past When he thinks he s escaped, a letter arrives that throws everything off balance The fencing lessons he s taking bolster his confidence, and his new flame Jackson steps in and defends him Then, Jackson makes an offer to open his home and heart to him Chase must find the courage to face his past Just tell me if they re gone for good Chase wants to stick around and redefine the meaning of family, but the enemy fights dirty Will Jackson s protection be enough to help Chase stand up for himself Or will Chase s scars forever close his heart Despite their best efforts, Chase s worst enemy might just be himself Clang is a steamy, stand alone gay romance novel with a HEA ending and no cliffhanger.. Good Books Clang Listen…sometimes you just have to applaud and author for their consistency. Was there insta-love, yes. A ridiculous unnecessary conflict that was resolved quickly, yes. A buff alpha male coupled with a “beautiful” willowy (author used this term not me) male, yes. Did the alpha male have a super masculine job (forger…um yeah) while the “willowy” guy had a more artsy job…absolutely. Was there descriptive sexual acts almost every chapter…what do you think. So yeah…consistent. Will I be reading the next one…of course. In my defense it’s probably the last of the series since there is only one single brother left. 2.5 rounded up.