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Not Alone: A M/M Rock Star Romance – Cover Reveal Coming Soon and FREE READ!

I’m getting close to a release date for this new novel (it’s 112,000 words!). So, it’s time to let everyone know this book will be released in the July/August time frame. eXtasy Books is doing a website overhaul, so I’m waiting on that.

Anyhow, if you’d like a sneak peek at the full cover, along with a free prequel read (in PDF), please subscribe to my Newsletter (over there in the right hand bar->)

What this book has in it:
– Enemies to Lovers
– Hurt/Comfort (lots)
– Bisexual x Gay

Trigger warning: There is discussion of a suicide and a drug overdose.


Ash is a rock star. Micah is a broken man. Neither one wants to be alone.

Ash Oakley has spent his life making music and doing what it takes to reach the top, along with his best friend (with benefits) Wells by his side. After a year of touring and opening in stadiums for rock legends across the globe, he needs down time and rents an apartment in a beach town outside of foggy San Francisco. He decides to take up surfing. His first time out, he discovers a rude, but mysterious man on the beach who captivates him in a way he didn’t expect. The man is clearly grief stricken, something Ash knows a lot about after losing his guitar-playing brother to a drug overdose.

Micah Knowles left his friends, his family, and his high-tech job to sit on the beach, day after day, struggling to heal from a devastating event he can’t even speak of out loud. He doesn’t deserve friendship and certainly doesn’t deserve love, not after what he did.

When their worlds collide, Ash must uncover the truth about the man he’s falling for and decide if he can handle it. Micah must face his demons to heal and let Ash in. But after all that, Ash’s very public world and lifestyle might be the thing that tears them apart.

If you do Yaoi or MM Romance, do you do Boys Love Dramas?

So, maybe you like Yaoi manga and anime and maybe you like MM Romance books. If so, you really need to check out Asian Boys Love Dramas. No really, I’m not kidding. There are a ton of these series coming out of places like Thailand, Taiwan, Korea, Japan and even China. And they’re good. Really good. Like, you can handle the subtitles good.

You can find many of these loaded up on YouTube and some even on Netflix (Gameboys – very sweet, or SOTUS – slow, slow burn, The Untamed – just awesome). There are also a lot of streaming apps available, namely, VIKI, LineTV and Tencent Video where free content is available or you can get a subscription.

Anyhow, back to the main point here. If you’re interested, then what to watch? My favorite couple (known as a “ship”) are those two guys above there, Max and Tul. They star in Manner of Death and the Together with Me Series (there are two) and their series have lots of man-on-man action, if you catch my drift, and feels. Some of my other notable favorites are:

  • HIStory 4: Close to You
  • Manner of Death (of course)
  • Together with Me (of course)
  • We Best Love
  • 2Gether the Series
  • TharnType

There are so many more, but I wanted to list out some that might get you all started. There’s a great list here: My Drama List

But, don’t believe me. Just watch this clip from HIStory 4: Close to You.

New Release: Say the Words, a Gay and MM Romance Novel

The new book got through the Amazon reviews, etc., faster than I thought and it’s here! It’s available as a Kindle ebook and I’m working on the paperback version now.

Preview and Buy at Amazon

 Say the Words

Say the Words - MM - Gay Romance - Christie Gordon - Cover

Genre: Contemporary Gay Romance, M/M Romance, BL Romance

Length: 84,000 Words

Release Date: February 4, 2021


When starting over means taking chances.

Luke Anderson was in love once. It didn’t end well. In fact, it ended terribly when he discovered his boyfriend indulging in a quick hook-up on New Year’s Eve. Since then, he’s gotten affection from trivial gay bar hook-ups with no strings attached. It’s safe. It’s easy. It’s fun. Now graduated from Arizona State University and beginning a new job in a Tempe, Arizona, high-tech company, he feels like his life is starting over.

Jax Meyer is not completely happy with his current relationship. After attending a class with Luke in the fall of their senior year, he now finds himself attending the new college grad bootcamp class at the same high-tech company as Luke. He’s been given a second chance. It’s time to take charge and do what he didn’t have the guts to do at college.

Jax has Luke’s full attention from the moment they see each other in the lobby on their first day at work. Luke finds Jax incredibly hot, after all. When Jax sits next to Luke in class and dominates his time with flirtatious comments and suggestive touching, Luke believes Jax is interested in more than a friendly relationship. But when Jax admits to having a girlfriend, Luke’s confusion with the situation grows. In order to have what they both want, Jax has to first figure himself out and Luke has to be willing to take a chance.