BRVL Author Spotlight Kris Cook

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Title: The Marine in Unit A

Series: Mockingbird Place

Author: Kris Cook

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The man who has been more of a dad to me than my biological father is dead. He rescued me from the streets six years ago—a runaway teenage boy, escaping a family who thought I was an abomination. Now what do I do? I have no one. My life might look great from the outside. I’m in college. I have my own apartment. I have lots of friends. But I’m dying on the inside. I feel so alone. Lost. Hopeless. I’m not the kind of person to wallow in self-pity. I need a distraction. The guy moving into Unit A may be just what I need to take my mind off of losing my dad. **** 21-year old Oliver Lancaster is attracted to 22-year old Adam Stockton, the former-Marine moving into Unit A. But attraction for the closeted man morphs quickly into something deeper, something meaningful, something that terrifies Oliver. What will happen if Adam learns about the secret from his past? Warning: contains skinny dipping, two hot men kissing, and sexual situations taking place in a 10-unit Mediterranean complex filled with college-aged hotties.


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Kris Cook’s love of books began early. The stories allowed him to dream and escape from his personal life. He grew up in a strict religious home where he kept a big secret. Kris was gay. “Gay” was a word he would not utter out loud for many years though he knew it was true. Instead he buried that fact deep down. Trying to ease the pain that the constant deceit left inside him, Kris threw himself into his faith, eventually attending seminary to become a minister. Soon he realized that his “phase” of being attracted to males was not going away regardless of how many times he asked God to take it away. Exhausted with the struggle of trying to deceive others and himself and knowing that his church would never allow him to be ordained unless he put on a façade, he left seminary and came out. The response was mixed though mostly positive, especially from his mother, who became a staunch supporter of LGBTQIA issues.


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