Guest Author - Jason P. Ruel
The Magic In Your Touch by Sara Bell
Ladies and Gentlemen:
I present to you a wonderful book by a heterosexual author (an ally donít worry) who touched the depths of my soul. Sara Bell, the author of The Magic In Your Touch, is a straight married mother of 2 wonderful girls who in her spare times spins tales of love and suspense. She is an author who truly gets what being gay is like and through understanding brings forth the most wonderful cast of characters.
This month I am recommending her newest published masterpiece: The Magic In Your Touch.
This poignant tale is about the love and life of Dr. Nate and the small town of Reed, Illinois. Dr. Nate moved to the small town in the hopes of putting his past behind him, and to open a medical practice. He also hopes to leave some skeletons in the closet, most importantly, his homophobic family. But alas, what would a story be without some tragedies.
Dr. Nate starts to wonder if the wonderful town of Reed wasnít so wonderful after all as things begin to happen to him and those he loves. And what would a gay Cinderella story be without a knight in shining armor. Enter the Sheriff. Hunky Brandon Nash comes to the rescue and along the way comes to love the man he is sworn to protect. As things begin to happen more often, Brandon pledges to do anything to protect Nate.
But alas, who is the culprit? Is it Nate, vying for attention from the people he is treating. Is it the Sheriff trying to make a name for himself? Or is it someone else? You will have to read this thrilling tale and step into the lives of two gay men as they struggle to find love, and live!
You will not be disappointed by this story.
Check it out and tell me what you think. I always welcome your opinions on the book of the month, and always take suggestions for the next choice.
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Jason P. Ruel
BellaOnline's Gay Lesbiand and HIV/AIDS Editor