No Tea, No Shade

No Tea, No Shade

by Clancy Nacht
     
 

Genre: LGBT, Contemporary

When Hank's father catches him in a not-so-innocent childhood embrace with the neighbor Hank's older brothers refer to as “Ladyboy Lindsey,” he forbids Hank ever to see his best friend again and sends Lindsey home in tears. Later, despite landing on opposite ends of the social and sexual spectrum in high school,

Overview

Genre: LGBT, Contemporary

When Hank's father catches him in a not-so-innocent childhood embrace with the neighbor Hank's older brothers refer to as “Ladyboy Lindsey,” he forbids Hank ever to see his best friend again and sends Lindsey home in tears. Later, despite landing on opposite ends of the social and sexual spectrum in high school, neither can forget the boy who gave him his first kiss. While Hank becomes a sports star and bully, Lindsey throws himself into an elaborate sexual game played from afar for Hank's benefit. When Hank's football scholarship takes him away to college, their tenuous bond seems severed for good.

After Lindsey finds his calling as drag diva Miss Anne Thrope, embracing both his male identity and the natural androgyny of his intersex body, he's finally in control of his world...until the night his first love disrupts Miss Anne's show after a decade of silence. Hank's dysfunctional behavior, crazy father, and their bittersweet history together threaten to destroy their fragile new romance before it's truly begun. Should they let go of the past, or is this unique love one worth saving?

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781623004866
Publisher:
Loose Id LLC
Publication date:
09/24/2013
Series:
Viva! , #1
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
651,807
File size:
187 KB

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Meet the Author

Clancy Nacht squeezes writing in amongst her Web development day job, her husband, and her three feral rescue cats. Living in Austin, she indulges her love of indie music, photography, and constant influx of new faces a college town provides.

With a major in Journalism, she has written for newspapers and magazines but did not delve into professional erotic writing until 2009.

She watches “House” for the House/Wilson moments, but secretly thinks House should get with Chase, considers sarcasm a fine art, truly believes the zombie apocalypse is coming, and watches a lot of porn.

And she will never, ever grow up.

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