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Moving On

By Ash Penn

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Cody’s trying to move on from an abusive past relationship. New neighbour Greg is the ideal man to show him how.

It’s moving day for Cody and his sister Justine. Cody’s hoping for a fresh start in a new town. He wants to remember what it is to be young, single and alive. Most of all, he wants to move on from a toxic relationship that’s resulted in crippling panic attacks, which severely limit his ability to live his life as he wishes.

Greg Foster’s boyfriend left him six months ago and he’s still recovering from the humiliation and pain of their break up. When he introduces himself to his new neighbour, he senses an instant attraction to the aloof young man who can barely meet his eye one moment, yet is ready to jump into bed with him the next.

Cody soon realises his mistake in sleeping with Greg. The man isn’t one-night-stand material, and it would be unfair to lead him into something more. Cody doesn’t feel capable of having a relationship. He’ll certainly never love anyone again.

Despite Cody’s constantly shifting moods, Greg sees through to the person he wants to know. All he has to do is convince Cody to give them the chance to find happiness in each other.

Reader Advisory: This book contains scenes that allude to past experiences of physical, psychological and sexual abuse.

 

General Release Date: 26th September 2014

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Heat Rating: Sizzling  
Format: EBOOK  
ISBN: 978-1-78430-209-2
Sexometer: 1  
Word Count: 36,476
Language: English
Book Length: SHORT NOVEL
Pages: 109
Genres: CONTEMPORARY
GAY

About the author
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Ash Penn

I've written stories about men loving men for as long as I can remember. In the days before computers and the internet, I used to hide my stories away convinced there was no market for women who wrote gay male fiction. Fast forward a few years (okay, quite a few years) and there's not only a market, but a whole empire out there for writers like me. I'm thrilled to be able to contribute my stories and take pride in what I write.

Many of my characters enjoy making my life as difficult as possible by refusing to take the easy pathway to love. They prefer to swagger through the undergrowth and laugh at me as I point at my story outline and demand they get back on the route I painstakingly mapped out.

Lately I've discovered it's far easier to let them dictate what happens and when, although I do get my revenge when it comes to giving them an undesirable trait or two to contend with. My characters are as flawed as their love lives, but they will usually find a kind of imperfect perfection in each other by the time I type 'The End'.

Reviews (2)
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  Reviewed by BTSe Magazine

The relationship that builds between the two men is wonderful.It really teaches you to remember everyone is worth being loved and is ok to lean on close friends for comfort!

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  Reviewed by The Jeep Diva

I found the story sweet and lovely.  A nice bed time story.

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Ash Penn - BTS Red Carpet Review Nominee 2014

Moving On has been nominated for a BTS Red Carpet Award in the Erotic category !

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Ash Penn - Rude Magazine feature

Sex definitely isn’t easy to write. The main emotion I experience when writing those scenes is frustration. Sex scenes need to be incredibly sensory to evoke the ideal response from the reader, and the difficulty is in creating new and fresh descriptive prose. I approach sex scenes exactly as I do any other. The only difference being I need silence rather than background noise, and I prefer to work at a desk rather than on the sofa. 
 

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