Finding Happy

by April Kelley

Finding Happy - April Kelley - Wingspan
Editions:Kindle: $ 3.99
ISBN: B079MGWFDN
Pages: 108

Meeting his mate in a bat shifter bar’s orgy room created enough problems Sawyer Lewis didn’t need, but to also find out bat shifter males can get pregnant might just push him over the edge.

For Sawyer, every day is a lesson in surviving the traps of depression. Since the day his parents died in a tragic accident, he’s wanted to run away from it all. Finding his father’s old motorcycle, leads him to the open road. It turns out Sawyer is no good at interaction with the general public as a whole, not just the good folks of Wingspan. His grumpy attitude leads to all sorts of problems when he finds his mate, who turns out to be a pretty, little bat shifter with a quick smile and a fun-loving, if mischievous, nature.

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Excerpt:

Sawyer tried to keep his mouth closed and his eyes in his head when he opened the door, but the nakedness of everyone and the fact that more men were fucking in one place than he ever imagined possible, sort of ruined the stony expression he tried to maintain.

A bench covered two walls of the room, ending at Sawyer’s right, where a man knelt and another stood behind him thrusting in and out. Beyond them, a man lay on his back sucking another off even as another person had his face between the man’s legs.

The music held a presence in the room but was drowned out when the door closed. Even more pronounced was slapping skin and groaning. And then he heard someone giggle. The sound was faint and barely made it to Sawyer’s ears, but he wanted more of it the second he heard it.

He went to the right, passed the men fucking each other raw and the threesome sucking each other off. Surprisingly enough, there was a section of the bench that lay empty.

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His mate was in the room somewhere.

Shit.

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About the Author

April Kelley is an author of LGBT Romance. Her works include The Journey of Jimini Renn, which was a Rainbow Awards finalist, Whispers of Home, the Saint Lakes series, and over thirty more.

Living in Southwest Michigan, April resides with her husband and two kids. She has been an avid reader for several years. Ever since she wrote her first story at the age of ten, the characters in her head still won't stop telling their stories. If April isn't reading or writing, she can be found outside playing with the animals or taking a long walk in the woods.


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