Hunter’s Closet

Love Should Never Hurt

by Kitt Elliott

Hunter's Closet - Kitt Elliott
Editions:Kindle: $ 4.99 USD
ISBN: B008CG20US
Size: 5.00 x 8.00 in
Pages: 257

Sometimes, there are things uglier than sweaters in our closets ...

Hunter has way too many secrets in his closet ... and they're all about to get the best of him. When he abruptly ends his relationship with Cash be never imagines his best friend will ever speak to him again. When Cash later approaches him about a business venture, Hunter is all for it, hoping the close working relationship will give way to old feelings. Despite his present situation, he wants to pick up where they left off. Cash, however, is feeling enough pain. Besides, he's not about to give Hunter a chance to hurt him a second time. As Hunter's life spirals out of control, the secrets in his closet become more than he can bear. In addition to his closeted sexuality and unrequited love for Cash, there's also a secret that could tear his family apart.

Excerpt:

"Christopher, my dear son," she said, taking his face in her hands.

Cash looked up and saw tears in her eyes.

"This is not love. Love should never hurt. He does this with his hand, then his fist. Before you know it, he will strike you with anything."

Cash didn't know how to tell her that he'd graduated from the hand, to the closed fist, to the belt, and then to a booted foot in the span of less than a few years.

"You cannot stay with this man," Faye said. "You stay with him and he will kill you and I don't mean just your body. He will kill your spirit first and then any faith you have in yourself."

About the Author

Kitt Elliott spent most of her childhood in Cleveland, Ohio. She attended Northwestern University. Her first novel, 3751 Daisy Street, actually began as a journal.

Kitt says: “I was reared in a household where children were seen and not heard. While that’s a nice thought it effectively took away my voice as a child. Where do you go when no one wants to listen? I didn’t have the opportunity to talk but I could write and words never escaped me. I still journal to this day and it’s from my journaling that I discover the characters that eventually find their way into my stories. I use reading and writing to escape. I especially love to read love stories, and I don't care who the characters are, their gender, or what real or alter world they inhabit. I just love a good love story!"

When Kitt is not writing she enjoys quilting, a timeless art she learned from her late grandmother. “There’s something about combining pieces of fabric to make a single thing that I find highly therapeutic.”

In addition to quilting, Kitt also enjoys playing cello and listening to Jazz music.


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