Authors: Carol Lynne and Cash Cole
Genre: Contemporary Romance/ M-M
Publisher: Resplendence Publishing
Saving Noah is an emotionally gripping tale of a young man who lives in a small town in Kansas. Worried about what the people in town would thing if they knew he was a homosexual, Noah has kept his secret and been alone for a long time, until Dexter comes to town. Now Noah decides to take a chance on spending just a little time with Dexter, but what will it cost him.
This is an incredible book that will leave the reader surprised and in tears. I don't want to give too much of the story line away because the best part of this book is the surprises inside. The writing styles of both Carol Lynne and Cash Cole shine through the pages.
Dexter Krispin arrived in the small Kansas town of Schicksal with one thing on his mind: finishing his doctorial thesis. He hoped getting away from his hectic life in Pittsburgh would allow him to concentrate on the long overdue paper and to forget about his last lover.
Life-long Schicksal resident, Noah Stoffel, has managed to keep his sexuality a secret. Yet, after one look at the dark-haired newcomer, he knows his life in the sleepy town will never be the same.
But more than Noah's desire for privacy stands between him and Dexter. For years, the residents of Schicksal have been hiding a horrific secret, one that takes Dexter mere days to uncover and expose. . .a secret that could destroy-or heal-them all.
About the Authors:
An avid reader for years, one day Carol Lynne decided to write her own brand of erotic romance. Carol juggles life as a full-time mom and a full-time writer. These days, you can usually find her either cleaning jelly out of the carpet or nestled in her favorite chair writing steamy love scenes.
Sunny Cole has so many characters vying for attention in her head that she’s had to assign them different authors to tell their story. Cash Cole writes male/male erotic romance, and while ‘he’ is fairly new at the game, he has a published novel with Ellora’s Cave called “Knights & White Satin” and a novella with them called “Smooth Ride”.