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Year One

Would it Be Okay to Love You?

by Amy Tasukada

An robot fanboy. An erotic voice actor. Will their secrets overwhelm their love?

Sato doesn’t get out much. The anime company accountant spends his days at a desk and his nights working on his own small-scale robots. His geeky life is like a dream, but it has just one piece missing…

The world only knows Aoi for his moans. The erotic voice actor has legions of fangirls obsessed with his gasps of simulated ecstasy. And his new boyfriend Sato can barely handle the attention.

As Aoi’s popularity rises and secrets about his past begin to reveal themselves, can the accountant and the voice actor rise above their problems to create something real?

Year One is a short story anthology collection unlike anything you’ve ever read. If you like geeky settings, and sweet romance, then you’ll love this slice-of-life story, then you’ll love Amy Tasukada’s slice-of-life story.

Buy Year One to start the lighthearted love story today!

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Reviews:Norma Miles wrote:

Amy Tasukada writes beautifully, with light touch sensitivity, peeking through the eyes and minds of her two protagonists, Sato and Aoi. They are a young couple in love, and very different: one an accountant, the other a voice actor in anime recordings, best known for his ecstatic groans of pleasure. They feel they have to keep their love a secret despite the growing recognition that Aoi's acting work is bringing him and which enables their finally being able to make a home together
Each chapter takes a monthly glimpse into their lives together and is preceded by a delightful sketch.
Touching, with so many similarities to all young people in first romance, no matter what their sexual persuasion


About the Author

As an only child, Best Selling Author Amy Tasukada began putting her daydreams to paper at the young age of ten. She was inspired by Japanese literature, works from French classic authors like Marcel Proust, as well as tons and tons of yaoi/boys’ love manga. However, there were only so many books that piqued her interest. Fueled by an obvious lack of books she wanted to read, Amy decided to write them herself.

Amy found her niche in the LGBT genre with Japanese influenced gay fiction. Though her works span a wide range -- from gritty mafia thrillers to fluffy, contemporary romance, Amy uses her deadly, but delicate writing style to weave exciting tales of suspense, love, and gore, all under the supervision of her amazing editor (and calico cat), O’Hara.

While crafting her novels, Amy researches each setting extensively to paint the most colorful picture for her readers. She creates each story’s setting in a way that has been described as “crisp and lyrical” by fans.

When she’s not penning a new installment of her mafia series or attending a writing workshop, the North Texas author can be found drinking tea, reading, or filming J-fashion hauls on her YouTube channel.