by Kristopher Quentin
A CoolDudes Publishing Gay Romance.
They could hardly have been less alike. David is a wannabe fiction writer. 21 and a virgin with an ice-melting smile. Wyatt is as plain as paper, a celebrated oil painter. He is single and he is out. But, he is a lonely man seeking the comfort and love he so desperately needs.
The day they arrive on Puffin Island, little do they realize how much their lives are about to change.
The bond between David and Wyatt increases. But, David’s heart struggles with his imbedded childhood dogma and lethally homophobic parents. Eventually, he is propelled to establish an unthinkable bond of love with Wyatt. When destiny intervenes, and Wyatt is once more left alone, he turns to the most unlikeliest of characters to fill the void, a person who will teach him an important lesson; that love is all about choice, and it has always been within touching distance.
But what of David? Will he watch from afar? Will he approve of Wyatt’s choice? Or will he come between them and make it impossible for Wyatt to ever love again?
In this unique Gay Romance, Kristopher Quentin has created a compelling and most enjoyable read. You’ll never forget this story of unrequitted love, loss, and self-preservation. Available from Amazon.com or straight from our website.
To read an excerpt of this astoundiung Gay Romance, visit this link. But be warned, you won’t be able to put this book down for one second.
has been writing for decades. He is a businessman and journalist by trade, a man up at 3:45 every weekday morning for a stint on the news desk; a little earlier on weekends to write fiction in his man cave.
An upstate New Yorker by birth, he now lives in the most rural area of far Maine, USA, on 54-acres of land: wooded, lawns, driveways, and a few buildings including his four thousand square foot home which he calls the white house; because it is.
His property is home to moose, deer, rabbits, raccoons, porcupines, fox, weasels, black bears, and one Bard owl. He loves reading gay romances among other forms of fiction; non-fiction; and memoirs most of which he considers to be fictional. Traveling, dining out, boat riding are among his passions; that and flying his own single engine airplane when he was younger.
Message from CoolDudes Publishing CEO:
When I first read The Island Keepers, I fell in love with the leviathan scope of the novel. It took me to places I have never been. It enthralled me. Blew me away. The book has been five years in the making and during that time it has been through several edits. Without giving too much away, you have my assurance that the characters and the Island itself will leave you with a lingering sense of joy, and above all, Hope. There is such a thing as True Love.