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About Bobbie Rayne
Her children are one of the reasons she loves YA so much, and one reason why she thinks it's important to bring LGBTQ+ main characters into fiction. Writing YA has always been a dream of hers, and she truly believes that writing it is good for her soul. Her family means the world to her, but coffee might be high up on that list, too, so if you bring her some, you just might end up with a new best friend.
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I’ve been training my entire life for this; I need to be the best, the best fighter, the best dragon rider in the entire brotherhood. This is what I was born for. The only problem is that my bonded dragon, Bodhi, and I can’t seem to get it together. One minute I think we’re connecting properly, and the next she’s taking off, leading me to the one guy I don’t want to know: Slash. He’s basically the opposite of me in every way, and I don’t get why he’s suddenly everywhere I turn, but I can’t deny how he makes me feel when he looks at me.
Three years ago my sister and I had to come to a new town and started new schools without our parents’ unconditional love and support. My uncle’s an uncaring drunk, so I’m doing the best I can to keep us both clothed and fed with only an after school job. If I didn’t have her to live for, the loneliness would be excruciating. Now, with only a few months until graduation, I’ve suddenly made a friend because of my sister, and another guy keeps stumbling into me who I think needs help: Eeli. I don’t understand why no one else sees how oddly he’s behaving, but I can’t deny my attraction for him is growing with every mishap.
Eeli is the third book in The Brotherhood of Ormarr series. While each book focuses on a different couple, the overall story arc continues in the next installment. For maximum enjoyment, we suggest reading in order. Eeli is a m/m NA romance, and is recommended for adults 18 years and older.
I’ve known I was different from other boys since I was really young. Strange looks and even cruel words are thrown my way nearly every day, and I deal with it, or at least I try to. I’ve done my best to keep my younger brother out of it so he won’t be hurt by my choices; I’ve kept him at a distance since we started high school, but I really miss him. And now that a cute boy—okay, not just a cute boy, the cutest boy—is being nice to me, I think I might need my brother back.
My big brother is the coolest guy I know. He doesn’t care what anyone says, doing his own thing with his own flair. Not only is he courageous, but he’s an amazing artist, especially with the comic book he’s been creating for years. The only thing I hate is that he doesn’t talk to our dad, and no one will tell me why. I thought everything was great for both of us, but lately, I’m noticing that something isn’t quite right. When he starts hanging out with Milo, I’m really happy for him until Milo accuses me of not protecting my brother. It’s time to find out what I’m missing.
The Triumphs of the Everette Brothers follows Lando, Reilly, and all their friends on their journey through high school, first loves, and the ups and downs of growing up.
The worst part is they can’t figure out what’s going on with Cassius. Soon after his dad goes missing, Cassius begins to change; he starts having weird cravings and odd behaviors. Cass and Star are unsure of the cause, but they think it’s somehow related to the guys that are after them. Things keep getting stranger and stranger with no answers anywhere in sight.
Will they be able to set their differences aside and work together to figure out what’s going on with Cassius? Will they be able to find Cassius’s father in time? What do you think Cass could be? A vampire? Werewolf? Zombie?
Join Cass and Star on their crazy adventure in Episode I: do you think we should’ve glued it first?