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The Ranger’s Boyfriend 3

Something Old, Something New

by Daniel Elijah Sanderfer

Ranger Larry and Chet are finally getting married. All of their friends and family are coming in for what is sure to be a momentous event. However, when Chet's mom, June, shows up early with news, it threatens to dampen the festivities altogether.

Meanwhile, while Chet deals with the shock of what his mother told him, Ranger is dealing with a crisis of his own. Can Chet and Ranger help each other through these storms, or will the stress prove to be too great for their love to endure.

Join Daniel Elijah Sanderfer for the third installment of his best-selling Ranger's Boyfriend series and find the importance of learning to lean on the ones we love when the storms of life are just too strong.

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Publisher: Independently Published
Pairings: M-M
Heat Level: 5
Romantic Content: 5
Ending: Click here to reveal
Character Identities: Gay
Protagonist 1 Age: 26-35
Protagonist 2 Age: 46-65
Tropes: Age Difference, Hurt / Comfort, One Night Stand, Queer Wedding, Second Chances, True Love
Word Count: 27000
Setting: Laurel Fork, Virginia
Languages Available: English, Arabic, Chinese, Dutch, Filipino, French, German, Greek, Hebrew, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Norwegian, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish, Swedish, Vietnamese

About the Author

Daniel Elijah Sanderfer is a retired Hospitality Manager who currently resides in Southern Indiana with his husband William. Originally from the Blue Ridge Mountain region of Virginia, he moved to Indiana to be closer to his then fiance. They have been married for two years and together for fifteen total years. He was always interested in writing even from a young age and was featured in a few poetry collections as a teen. When he is not writing he is caretaker, as his husband is disabled and requires full-time care. He enjoys going to antique stores and in the summer weekend long yard sales. He currently writes LGBT fiction with a positive direction as he feels too many love stories experience tragedy. He likes to highlight the stories that survived. The couples who fought to stay together and the families that do accept them.