I enjoyed this story, and it reminded me of the Fay Wray King Kong movies. Interesting layered characters - it's the first time I've read a story with different perspectives all told from 1st person POV, and I thought the author pulled that off really well.
Gay Alternative Universe/Reality
Paperback: 256 pages
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press (April 8, 2016)
Amazon: Whither Thou Goest (Finding Home #2)
Amazon Kindle: Whither Thou Goest (Finding Home #2)
"Finding Home: Book Two "
Johnny Smith meets Church Chetwood during the dark days of the Great Depression. He knows Mr. Chetwood can t be his forever. Why would the handsome and charming director want to stay with a young man who has nothing but his body and skills in bed to offer? His Mr. Chetwood can have any woman or man he wants, but Johnny is going to keep him as long as he can.
When they have to leave suddenly on the SS August Moon to evade the process servers trying to find Church, Johnny is glad they ll have more time together. But the crew rises up against the good Captain Johansen, urged on by a stowaway who wants the August Moon for himself. Johnny and Church, together with the captain, the cook, a wireless operator, and the little girl Johnny saved from prostitution, are cast off into a small lifeboat and doomed to the open sea. Their other option is to try to land on the island where Church once discovered a saber-toothed tiger. The problem is, the last time Church was on this island, twelve men paid the price with their lives. Will Johnny, Church, and their friends make it out alive this time? "
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