Friday, September 2, 2016

Promo Blog Tour, #Excerpt & #Giveaway: A Wayward Ink Publishing Anthology: Age Is Just A Number

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Title: Age is Just a Number
Authors: Eric Gober, Layla Dorine, Lily Velden, Dale Cameron Lowry, Eddy LeFey, Asta Idonea, Louise Lyons, Kassandra Lea, Carol Pedroso, Aimee Brissay
Genre: Gay, Romance, May/December Romance, LGBT
Publisher: Wayward Ink Publishing
There’s something to be said for life experience, a little gray at the temple…And then there is the appeal of youth.When it comes to what the heart wants, Age Is Just A Number.

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Stories Included

Eric Gober
An alien encounter…
An unfortunate misstep…
A lightning fast journey through space…
The laws of physics are about to wreak havoc on Walt and Michael’s May-December love.
Layla Dorine
When James spotted Rogue, a young man for whom wandering is like breathing, half-dozing on the hood of his car, he never expected that warning him about the dangers of sleeping out in the open would lead to a weekly visitor at his door.
Lily Velden
Upon the death of his grandfather, up and coming Fantasy author, Thomas, returns home.
A place he left four years earlier to get over his unrequited love for Sam Fletcher, his older, straight, and very much married neighbor.
Thomas soon discovers, however, that things are much changed with Sam…
Dale Cameron Lowry
Baking is a way of life for Joey, a young pastry chef vying for first place in the popular reality show American Master Bakers.
But the judges have been showing favoritism to Terence, an aggravatingly attractive older man with more experience under his belt.
When the competition gets hot, so do the two men. Can a relationship that started in hatred end in love?
Eddy LeFey
A young Omega shifter meets a much older Alpha.
Will Elliot let Issac help him be who he is too afraid to be?
Asta Idonea
Necessity has forced former soldier Captain Keen to assume the occupation of gentleman highwayman. His fortunes take a turn, however, the night he stops the Marquis de Beaumont’s coach and gets more than he bargained for when he utters the words “Stand and deliver!”
Louise Lyons
The loss of his best friend leads Phil to find love.
Kassandra Lea
There’s only one thing Kit Conley likes more than horses and that’s Roman Meadery.
But will the elite rider ever notice him?
Carol Pedroso
Gus is under the thumb of a controlling father. Can meeting his mate give him a reason to make a break for freedom?
Nelson is twice Gus’ age, and very protective of what is his.
What will happen when Gus’ father tries to split them up? And what surprises does Nelson have up his sleeve?
Aimee Brissay
A few seconds, that’s all it takes to make a difference between life and death.
Between killing someone and stopping on time.
But is it enough to turn yourself around when you’ve hit bottom?
Or to make you recognize something good when you have it?

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Excerpt from: Lost and Found Louise Lyons

Excitement filled me as I walked up the drive. I’d never forget Prince. He had a piece of my heart forever. But the memories of him now made me smile, and I was ready for a new dog to take over my life. I grinned at Edward as he opened the door and ushered me inside.
“Did you get everything you need?”
“Probably a lot I don’t need too. I got excited.” I laughed, and he laughed with me.
“He’ll probably pine the first couple of nights, without his mum and sister.”
“I know. I remember when I got Prince. I was fifteen. I could hear him whimpering and yelping all night. I kept getting up to go to him and every time my dad stuck his head out of his bedroom door and stopped me. Prince was fine after the first night.”
“If you had Prince ten years, you must be twenty-five, then,” Edward mused.
“Yeah.” I glanced at him, wondering why he asked. Our eyes met and he held my gaze for a second, then quickly looked away. I didn’t miss the small sigh he released. Did he like me? Perhaps think I was too young? I estimated him to be around forty, maybe a little older. The laughter lines and graying temples gave it away, and the fact that he’d been with his partner for fifteen years. Then again, if they’d met young that didn’t mean anything.
“… walks in the fields over near Towngate.”
“Sorry? I was miles away.” I fussed Troy as he leaped around me, and tried to pay attention to what Edward was saying.
“I said I take the dogs for walks in the fields near Towngate. That’s about halfway between here and where you live. So if Troy wants to play with my two any time….”
“Oh! Sure. I used to take Prince there too. It’s only about a mile from my house.”
“I try and stick to a regular schedule, but sometimes it’s difficult if I’m on call. I’m usually there Saturday and Sunday mornings between seven and nine, though.”
“Sounds good.” My pulse quickened again, this time more at the prospect of seeing Edward than having fun with Troy. There was no denying I found him attractive, and age didn’t bother me one bit. There were twenty years between Mum and Dad and they’d never cared. Dad was nearly seventy now, but he didn’t act like it. Then again, Edward had probably only suggested meeting up for dog walks so that Troy could still see his family.

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