Rainbow Snippets

I have to catch up with last week. I haven’t had a minute to myself. Sorry.

Here’s to a creative new year in 2019!

One last snippet from Purrfect Holiday. Tony and Javier are out at the Saint Augustine distillery and Javier is explaining what’s on offer.

They have tours and tastings, but I’d rather go to the bar for cocktails and a little food if you don’t mind.”

“Not at all. Lead the way.”

Trusting Raven to keep him safe, Tony spared a glance to watch Javier’s lean back and narrow hips. He’d been doing that from time to time at work too. The man moved like he had music in his muscle fibers. He couldn’t concentrate on how well Javier moved or things at work would get quickly awkward.


Blurb – Tony Gatti had his life planned: get his veterinarian license and go to work with his dad and uncle. Soon after achieving his goals, he learned the shadows and blurriness in his vision went beyond needing glasses. Retinitis Pigmentosa is a genetic mutation with no cure. With his sight almost gone, he moves into his grandmother’s St. Augustine, Florida home with his guide dog, Raven, to start life over. Nonna Concetta thinks she knows the perfect job for him. Her vet is looking for someone to destress the cats at a local rescue.

Javier didn’t plan to hire a cute former veterinarian to fill the role of cat cuddler, but Tony couldn’t be more perfect. Worried his attraction is inappropriate and knowing the holiday season always depresses him, Javier wonders if he should ask Tony out, or if he’d just be spreading the gloom to someone who already has enough of his own. But if he takes the plunge, could it turn out to be the best holiday ever?

You can order it here at DSP

If you’d like to play along, Rainbow Snippets is a Facebook community where we post up 6 sentences of one of our LGBT stories every Saturday. It’s been fun and you can find it here. Be sure to check out all the offers! It’s been a great supportive group!

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