Chocolatiers of the High Winds

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Chocolatiers of the High Winds is a rollicking romance in classic adventuring style, punctuated with passion and sweetened with chocolate. This gay steampunk romance follows the globe-trotting adventures of young Mayport Titus, the sole scion of the Titus Chocolate fortune. Determined to make his own way in the world, Mayport attempts to resurrect his father's old airship, The Dutch Process, with the help of Thiervy, an intimate school friend who happens to be both a pilot and ...
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Overview

Chocolatiers of the High Winds is a rollicking romance in classic adventuring style, punctuated with passion and sweetened with chocolate. This gay steampunk romance follows the globe-trotting adventures of young Mayport Titus, the sole scion of the Titus Chocolate fortune. Determined to make his own way in the world, Mayport attempts to resurrect his father's old airship, The Dutch Process, with the help of Thiervy, an intimate school friend who happens to be both a pilot and an engineer.

But their partnership will be tested. Love between men is not sanctioned in society, punishable by death for airshipmen, and kept behind closed doors in the genteel Confederate society that they enter when centering their new business in the American South. And both men are haunted by their fathers' legacies of madness and violence. What sacrifices will Mayport make to protect those he loves? And what will he find when he finally flies his ship to that worn spot on his father's old wooden globe?

H.B Kurtzwilde lives in the wet, sticky, mosquito-ridden depths of Florida. When not busily avoiding alligators, he scribbles out futuristic and paranormal fiction, as if this is any way for a grown person to behave. His works include Phoberia, Guide to Survival, and Sea Turtle Inn, among others.

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  • ISBN-13: 9781613900505
  • Publisher: Circlet Press, Incorporated
  • Publication date: 12/1/2012
  • Pages: 332
  • Product dimensions: 5.50 (w) x 8.50 (h) x 0.74 (d)

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