Welcome A E Ryecart

Today’s guest is

A E Ryecart with

A Kiss Before Christmas and

Company for Christmas

A Kiss Before Christmas:

A Kiss Before Christmas: A snowy London love story

Christmas is looming and Jack De Lacy needs a solution to one hell of a fix.

Dumped by his boyfriend in favour of his best friend, Jack’s been busy bragging about the hot new man in his life.

A hot new man who doesn’t exist.

With an important function to attend where he’ll come face-to-face with his ex, Jack knows he’ll be a laughing stock when his boasts are exposed as nothing more than wishful thinking. He’s desperate but time, like his options, is running out.

Rory Kincaid is scared he won’t last another night sleeping rough on London’s frozen, snowbound streets. With all the homeless shelters full, Rory seeks refuge in the first empty doorway he stumbles across.

Finding Rory shivering in the sub-zero temperatures, Jack can no more send him away than kick a puppy out into the cold. A shower, shave and hot drink later, and the grubby street kid is transformed into a beautiful young man.

As the attraction between them grows, so does a plan that will get Jack out of the mess he’s in and give Rory a warm, safe home for Christmas. Sweet and adorable, Rory will make a great fake boyfriend for the festive season – the problem is, neither Jack nor Rory is sure where the make-believe ends and the truth begins.

Warning: this 37k novella contains a camp Christmas tree, a drag queen Christmas fairy called Doris, way too many jugs of eggnog, a closet posh boy, and the sweetest Kiss Before Christmas ever.

Available to buy on Amazon or read in KU.

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Company for  Christmas:

Who says fairy tales are only make-believe?

Every night, Nathan works the street known as The Rack. Like every other rent boy, he dreams his Prince Charming will come and take him away to a better life.

Too bad Nathan’s stopped believing in fairy tales.

Max has everything except the one thing he craves: somebody to love, cherish, and protect.

Somebody to call his own.

When Nathan and Max’s worlds collide on the cold and grimy backstreet, little do they know that Christmas magic has already cast its spell.

Maybe fairy tales really can come true after all.

Available to buy on Amazon or read in KU.

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Hello, I’m A E (or Ali as my readers know me). I write mm romance and gay fiction ranging from sweet and warm with all the fuzzies to gritty, hard-edged and challenging. Born and raised in London, I like to set my stories against the background of the big bad city. Much of the action takes place in around places I’ve lived, worked, or just spent time in – usually with a large glass of wine in hand it has to be said – but with a little artistic licence applied. I now live just outside London in a house that’s always untidy and with a husband who keeps me fueled with endless mugs coffee and, of course, glasses of wine.

Find me on my website at www.aeryecart.com where you can also sign up to my mailing list, and in return I’ll send you a free story as a big squishy thank you. I’ll also send you a monthly newsletter updating you on what I’m up to,what’s coming next, books I’ve read and recommend, and a whole lot more.

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Don’t forget the giveaway….

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Don’t forget the giveaway…. For a signed paperback of Cupid’s Christmas Arrow, a $10 Amazon gift card, & an eBook of Frostbite Christmas to one winner!

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