Like Leaves to a Tree

by Julie Bozza

Dave has made the most perfect plans for his first Valentine’s Day with Nicholas … but of course that’s when Sod’s Law kicks in, and everything that can go wrong does go wrong.

Excerpt:

This wasn’t at all how Dave Goring Taylor had intended to be spending the first Valentine’s Day he’d shared with his husband. The plan was to fly up to Cairns, hire a ‘prestige’ car, stay at the Angsana Hotel & Resort in Palm Cove for a few nights, and take Nicholas to visit the Butterfly Sanctuary in Kuranda which apparently featured the largest aviary in Australia …

It was a great plan, even if Dave did say so himself. But of course on such a momentous occasion Sod’s Law was working in overdrive, and so here they were stranded by the weather in the airport at Mackay.

Reviews:PJM12 on Goodreads wrote:

Oh you lovely pair! And all the Qld references. I could see those places in my head (because I have lived in them!!)

Dave's earnestness, Nicholas' devotion. It's all there. It's wonderful.

Happy valentine's day, and thanks Mz Bozza.


About the Author

Ordinary people are extraordinary. We can all aspire to decency, generosity, respect, honesty – and the power of love (all kinds of love!) can help us grow into our best selves.

I write stories about ‘ordinary’ people finding their answers in themselves and each other. I write about friends and lovers, and the families we create for ourselves. I explore the depth and the meaning, the fun and the possibilities, in ‘everyday’ experiences and relationships. I believe that embodying these things is how we can live our lives more fully.

Creative works help us each find our own clarity and our own joy. Readers bring their hearts and souls to reading, just as authors bring their hearts and souls to writing – and together we make a whole.

Julie Bozza. Quirky. Queer. Sincere.


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