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Today author is Melanie Tushmore: Melanie Tushmore is a British writer who dresses in black and loves loud music. She has a tendency to write about alternative subcultures, especially sleazy rocker boys with tattoos and long hair.
Melanie can often be found chatting on twitter, when she should of course be writing. Melanie is a self-published author, and also an author with Dreamspinner, Storm Moon Press, and –from October 2013– Less Than Three Press.
Crucifox #1: The Green Eyed Monster by Melanie Tushmore
Publisher: Storm Moon Press LLC (February 28, 2013)
Amazon Kindle: Crucifox #1: The Green Eyed Monster
Sky Somers is an ex-traveller; the son of a folk musician and a new age hippy. Sky's form of rebellion is electric guitars, and he wants his own band. His desire is to set the world to rights through music. Brandon Cruikshank is new to London, recently arrived from Glasgow. Charismatic, charming; a natural born performer. Brandon is openly bisexual, with a penchant for dressing in women's clothes. His desire is to be adored.
From the moment Sky meets Brandon, he knows he has to have him. Brandon, in turn, wants Sky. But that's when it becomes clear they both have very different desires in mind. Brandon wants Sky as a lover, yet Sky only wants Brandon as a singer in his band. Misunderstanding set aside—or apparently so—Brandon and Sky become firm friends. To escape equally troubled pasts and families, they change their names. Now, Brandon Fox and Sky St. Clair are ready to take over the world.
As the years roll on, Brandon's desire for Sky still simmers, waiting. Then a chance night sharing a hotel room sparks the desire between them, and this time, Brandon wants it all. Sky has never explored his desires before. Now, the passion and jealousy Brandon has unleashed in him threatens to shake the whole band apart.
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