'Reality is a living dream.
Dreams are the key to our
While on vacation in Gran Canaria, lying on the beach under the stars, thirty-year-old elementary school teacher, Bobby Kingston, meets handsome Damion Lawless. After sharing their admiration for The Great Hunter, Orion, Bobby's interest in Damion is piqued.
Damion feels trapped in a horrible relationship. One he is struggling to be free of. When he connects with Bobby and they enjoy a moment of peace together, Damion's desire to free himself from the stranglehold of a domineering-abusive partner intensifies.
Damion sees his opportunity to escape, and Bobby is happy to help.
But- there are consequences.
Once the two men return to the States, they begin to suffer strange symptoms.
It's then that Damion reveals his ex may have been involved in dark arts. As they join forces to battle a demon, the men call on an ally. Orion the Hunter.
And the worst part about seeking help from a deity is not knowing how powerful the spirit you have invoked really is.
Orion in the Sky- myth or guardian? Bobby and Damion are about to find that out.
-This is a work of fantasy/sci-fi/horror with dream sequences designed to disorientate the reader-
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About the Author
The cover photographs of G.A.'s novels have been selected from talented and prolific photographers such as Dennis Dean, Dan Skinner, Michael Stokes, Tuta Veloso, Hans Withoos, and CJC Photography, as well as graphic comic artist, Arlen Schumer. Her cover designs have featured actors Chris Salvatore, Jeffery Patrick Olson, Tom Wolfe, and models Brian James Bradley, Bryan Feiss, Jimmy Thomas, Andre Flagger, among many others.
Her advertisements have been printed in Attitude Magazine, LA Frontiers, and Gay Times.
G. A. has won awards from All Romance eBooks for Best Author 2009, Best Novel 2008, Mile High, Best Author 2008, Best Novel 2007, Secrets and Misdemeanors, and Best Author 2007.
G.A. was the guest speaker at the SLA conference in San Diego, in 2013, where she discussed women writing gay erotica and has attended numerous writers’ conventions across the country.