Surviving Death

A Treble and the Lost Boys Novella

by G.R. Lyons

Surviving Death - G.R. Lyons
Editions:Kindle: $ 2.99
Pages: 145

How can you find purpose when you're already dead?

Cam Lucius has always felt useless and helpless, but never so much as the day his father pulled the plug, ending Cam's life. As a ghost, there are only a handful of people who can see Cam, leaving him lonelier than ever.

Until he meets Taylor.

Taylor Ainsley can't touch anything without suffering, leaving him isolated from family and abandoned by friends. As for ever having a boyfriend? Not a chance.

Until he meets Cam.

Taylor can touch Cam without pain, and Cam may not be as straight as he thought he was.

Now Cam is determined to help Taylor find a reason to live.

Until that plan puts Taylor right in harm's way.

Note: This story is a spin-off of Illumined Shadows (Treble and the Lost Boys, 3) and thus should not be read as a standalone.

WARNING: Contains references to past trauma and discussions of topics that may be upsetting to some readers. Caution is advised.

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Publisher: Independently Published
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Pairings: M-M
Heat Level: 3
Romantic Content: 3
Ending: Click here to reveal
Character Identities: Gay
Protagonist 1 Age: Varies During Story
Protagonist 2 Age: Under 18
Tropes: Coming Out / Closeted, Find Love and Come Out, First Time, Gay for You / Straight to Gay, Hurt / Comfort
Word Count: 40000
Languages Available: English
Series Type: Same Universe / Various Characters

About the Author

G.R. Lyons stumbled into writing as a form of trauma recovery when traditional therapy wasn't working.

Then the story ideas just kept on coming.

Pulling from a vivid imagination as well as real-life experience as a trans man, a sexual assault survivor, and a person living with mental illness, Lyons has written multiple, interconnected series set within his fictional world of the Shifting Isles.

When not writing, Lyons can be found belly dancing around the house, studying anarcho-capitalist philosophy, buried in his never-ending TBR pile, or working out at the local CrossFit gym.

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