Paperback: 236 pages
Publisher: Gregory Jonathan Scott LLC; 1 edition (March 16, 2014)
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During a time when love between two chaps was not spoken of, Deklan and Logan found a way to bring their affair of the heart to life. One was the white son of a wealthy Plantation owner, and the other a black servant who worked the property to survive.
This romantic fairytale took place in the deep south of Georgia in the late eighteenth century where horse carriages and kerosene lighted lanterns brought a town to life. Deklan and Logan’s affair was ignited one night with the help of a mysterious man who magically appeared and then disappeared without a trace after leading them into the realms of love.
Love was found, Love was lost and then Love was found again in a spiraling and uplifting fairytale between two lovable beings that were meant to be in love.
Logan felt his hands being squeezed by Deklan. “It is you?” Deklan spoke softly. “My striking prince I thought I’d lost. I’ve missed you, Logan.”
Logan looked up at Deklan with a boyish smile that let Deklan know he was the one.
Without losing Logan’s gaze or his grasp, Deklan stood, knocking the chair he was sitting on backward to the floor. It landed with a bang and a chicken balked and flapped away. Deklan stood majestically in front of Logan and asked, “Can I kiss you?”
Logan moved in close and their lips lightly touched. Deklan’s kiss was warm and his touch felt strong.
Logan was in a place exactly where he wanted to be. The very place he was meant to be.
Deklan pulled Logan closer and the space between them was squeezed away. The hair on Deklan’s chest comforted Logan when pressed up against him
“I’ve missed you so much, Logan.” Deklan quietly whispered in Logan’s ear and his warm breath made him crumble.
The back window was open, the moon was full and a cooling breeze coming in from the river out back softly circled them like a palm frond generates wind. They went on kissing and Deklan drew Logan even closer with clasped hands against his jaw. Deklan’s tongue turned to fire and this time there was nothing hesitant about his enthusiastic quest to take what was his.
There was no holding back.
Logan gave in as Deklan pulled him closer. Both quickly went firm.......
About The Author: Gregory Jonathan Scott was born and raised in Grand Rapids, Michigan where he met and shared a life with Scott that began just out of high school. Meeting by chance in Grand Rapids before relocating to South Florida where they live now with their lovable Shetland sheepdog and a sweet stray cat that showed up one day and decided to make their house a home.
As a child, Gregory was always told he had a creative imagination and the artistic ability to turn a blank canvas into an eye catching work of art. Shortly after high school graduation, and together with his true love Scott, discovered the thrill of pottery and ceramic art. Here is where the two of them opened a business for ceramists that quickly exploded before their eyes as the number one location for any hobbyist, storefront and scholastic industry looking for supplies related to ceramics and pottery. During this time, Gregory was approached by art magazines to write short articles and educational columns pertaining to the ceramic artistry. Captivating readers by his writing style grew fast, which ignited his desire to express himself further. From there, it began. Finding a love for writing, alongside his artistic hand, gave him inspiration to design and write this M/M romance Novel.
Gregory Jonathan Scott mostly enjoys writing M/M suspense novels mixed with bouts of Romance.
Gregory and Scott are still together and are currently enjoying home life in South Florida.
Facebook Author Page: https://www.facebook.com/gregoryjonathanscottauthor
Goodreads Author Page: https://www.goodreads.com/author/show/7777247.Gregory_Jonathan_Scott
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