Author: K-Lee Klein
Genres: Gay / Nostalgic Contemporary (1960s/1970s-Era)
Heat Level: 3
Length: Novella (26k words)
Published by: Amberquill
Philip Dunlop grew up in a traditional family with a strict former-military father and a full-time homemaker mother. Now he’s graduated from the Air Force Academy with a promising military career ahead of him.
Dusty Baxter’s upbringing was far more unconventional, with a free-spirited single mother who encouraged Dusty to follow his heart and forge his own path in life. So he does, wearing his hair long, writing songs of peace, and going with the flow in a world at odds with itself.
In spite of their different backgrounds, Phillip and Dusty formed a firm bond of friendship as kids, a friendship that inevitably grew into love as they, and their relationship, matured. Now, Phillip’s family wants him to focus on his military career and settle down with a nice girl. They’ve known Dusty forever, but he’s still the very definition of everything they think is wrong with the turbulent world of 1970. As Phillip’s friend, Dusty’s politely tolerated. But if the truth of Dusty and Phillip’s relationship comes to light, the revelation just might be the wedge that tears apart not only Phillip’s family, but Phillip and Dusty as well.
In a time of war-mongering and peace signs, can best friends find enough common ground to save their love and move forward together into the future?
I’m a writer of gay romance completely addicted to beautiful men including Sebastian Stan, Dean O’Gorman, Jared Leto, sexy Hobbit Dwarfs, Christian Kane, & Tom Hiddleston. You can check out my books at kleeklein.com and my blog at http://chaosinthemoonlight.blogspot.ca/.