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The Home I Find With You

by Skye Kilaen

The Home I Find With You - Skye Kilaen
ISBN: 978-1-956128-04-8

After the second U.S. Civil War, life is dangerous, but risking their hearts might be the biggest threat.

When charismatic newcomer Clark walks into Van’s life in post-war rural Colorado, neither can ignore the sparks between them. Van has built a fulfilling new normal with his girlfriend Hadas after his wife’s death, but Clark’s brash flirtation and dominant tendencies awaken a desire for a kind of romance Van thought he’d lost forever. Even if he’s not sure he’s ready for it.

Clark survived the war, but his family fractured and now his relationships are in ruins. All that must be his fault, or everyone wouldn’t say so. He’s relocated to start over, zero interpersonal complications welcome. His inescapable chemistry with Van, who seems to crave more than hookups, is a complication. So is Clark’s growing platonic bond with Hadas. Both want an emotional connection he can’t give them, and he’ll only disappoint them if he tries. Won’t he?

Then a violent gang of thieves targets their small town, and Van and Hadas must prepare to put their lives on the line protecting their home and their close-knit community. Having lost too much already, Clark starts to pull away, spooking Van. But when a traitor betrays them all and Van and Hadas are captured, Clark is the only one who can save the two people who asked him to open his heart… and made him want to risk it.

A high heat M/M romance with D/s elements and a guaranteed polyamorous HEA.

Tropes: post-apocalyptic, small town, hurt-comfort, widower, polyamory, open relationships.

M/M love scenes only; no threesomes. Detailed content warnings are available in the book's front matter and on the author's website.

About the Author

Skye Kilaen writes queer romance, both contemporary and science fiction, that’s sometimes about polyamorous relationships. Even her contemporaries are usually at least a bit geeky. After all, she does some of her writing in her local comic book shop.

Skye started writing fiction in elementary school on a Smith Corona electric typewriter because that’s all people had back in the early 1980s. She didn’t realize she wanted to read and write romance until much later, when it finally dawned on her that she adored X-Men comics for the soap opera aspect as much as for the superpowers.

She’s bi/pan and she currently lives in Austin, Texas because of all the libraries and breakfast tacos.