Other Titles by Dawn Sister

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When professional gardener, Liam Walton, falls and hits his head on his way home from work one cold, frosty, winter’s night, he is rescued by a beautiful yet mysterious young man with white hair, icy-blue eyes and very cold hands.

Liam thinks his luck is improving when this man offers to stay the night in order to look after him. Things don’t add up, however. There is something about this man that is intriguing but also just a little bit odd. An unfortunate accident leaves this mysterious young man with a bit of a memory problem, and Liam witnesses something that has him questioning his own sanity.

Liam is the only one who can help the mystery man and to add to the conundrum, the weather has gone crazy: storms one minute and brilliant sunshine the next. There are summer flowers growing in the lane and spring floods caused by autumn leaves. This all started when Liam’s mystery man appeared on the scene. Is there a link? and if there is, what on earth can it be?

 This story contains scenes of an adult nature involving physical intimacy between two men. There is also an awful lot of weather, a pretty white fox, a vicar that tells ghost stories and some very dangerous behaviour on a frozen lake (do not try this at home).

A Frosty Tail is available from Smashwords

 

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Kit is a bit socially awkward. In fact, the rules of social encounters are mostly a bit of a mystery to him but he gets by, with lots of lists and contingency plans. He doesn’t have any plans in place for when he first meets Stephan, however, and he keeps bumping into the man in the most embarrassing situations. The trouble is, Stephan keeps turning up in unexpected places, arousing suspicion that this gorgeous man might just have some contingency plans of his own where Kit is concerned.

Available in paperback and ebook from Beaten Track Publishing

Also available from Amazon UK, Amazon.com and Smashwords

 

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Ethan isn’t good at first impressions. His job often gets in the way. It’s his dream job, one which suits Ethan’s big heart to a tee. His chosen career isn’t conducive to forming meaningful relationships, however, and it hasn’t really bothered him until now.

Then Alex appears on the scene… Bookish, shy, but gorgeous Alex, who might be put off by bad first impressions, and who Ethan thinks is quite possibly the most beautiful man he’s ever set eyes on.

Alex’s first impression of Ethan is not a particularly good one. In fact, he thinks the man is a raving lunatic, and their second and third encounter does nothing to change his opinion.

Ethan has his work cut out for him, if he is to pursue any kind of meaningful relationship with the irresistible Alex.

Available in paperback and ebook formats from Beaten Track Publishing

Also available from Amazon UK, Amazon.com, Smashwords, and Electropuppy (Stop me and buy one).

Not a Word

Niall doesn’t speak to his neighbours.  He doesn’t speak to anyone.  Avoiding conversation is easier than the pity and impatience he senses from everyone the moment he opens his mouth and nothing comes out.  Since he split up with his partner years before, he hasn’t had much to do with anyone and that has suited him just fine.  He has his dog, Zen, for company.  Zen doesn’t care that Niall can’t get through an entire sentence without stuttering.  Zen is all Niall needs.  And that’s how it would have stayed until the day a new neighbour moves in next door.

Zak is Niall’s exact opposite, twenty three years Niall’s junior, bubbly, gregarious and never shuts up.  His arrival fills Niall’s quiet life with constant noise and constant company.  Zen seems to have defected and Zak doesn’t seem to even notice that Niall rarely speaks. Gradually Zak’s endless patience brings Niall out of his shell.  To Niall’s surprise, he suddenly has a friend, a confidant and perhaps something more, and he didn’t even have to say a word.

Not a Word was also written for Goodreads’ Love is an Open Road event. A longer, revised edition is now available from Beaten Track, Smashwords and Amazon , and Electropuppy (Stop me and buy one).

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Okay, so perhaps watching your new neighbour from behind the ivy on your porch and making notes on his movements might seem a little creepy.  Actually it’s a lot creepy, but I’ve convinced myself it’s research for a book I’m about to write.  I am a writer, so it sounds legit, right?

Oh, god, I’m a creep.  My neighbour is gorgeous, and quite possibly young enough to be my son.  I can’t stop watching him.  There’s an air of sadness about him that I just find irresistible.  I’m obsessed.  I’m going to get stuck with a restraining order for sure.  Go over and speak to him?  That would be far too simple.  Still, I’ll give it some consideration. All I want is to see him smile.

See You Smile was written for Goodreads’ Love’s Landscapes event in 2014.  This is available free here and here.

My other stories are available on Smashwords.