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Whisper of Home

Author: April Kelley

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Blurb: Being a single dad isn’t easy, especially when tragedy strikes. Going back home is his best option. The last thing he expects to find is love.


Jaron McAllister thought nothing would ever change in the small town where he grew up. The same bullies would harass him for being gay, and no one would really care. Still, Pickleville holds less danger for his six-year-old son than his rundown neighborhood in the city.


Despite his low expectations, he finds Pickleville isn’t the same old tired farming town, although two things remain the same. The same bully wants to drag him down. And Travis Heath is still the hottest guy in town. And somehow Jaron has gained both of their attention. One offers nothing but pain. The other offers a love he’s not sure he should trust.



Bobby’s eyes lit up. “I want the little man cookies.” Bobby pointed to the packages with elves on them.

“The fudge ones?”

Bobby nodded. Jaron grabbed them off the shelf and placed them in the cart.

“Good choice,” someone spoke from behind Jaron. The voice was deep enough the guy could have said just about anything, and it would have sounded good.

Gossip about him and he shall appear. Travis Heath stood in front of the crackers, searching the shelves.

He’d gotten hotter since high school. And taller.

Jaron came to the guy’s shoulders. Or probably did, anyway. It was hard to tell from down the aisle. What hair Jaron could see poking from under his cowboy hat, looked darker than Jaron remembered.

“I haven’t seen you two in town before. Are you new to Pickleville?” He had a kind smile, but those eyes held a sparkle of mischief that told Jaron he better steer clear. If he didn’t, he may find himself falling into Travis’ charm.

“Something like that.”

About the Author:

April Kelley writes LGBTQ+ Romance. Her works include The Journey of Jimini Renn, a Rainbow Awards finalist, Whispers of Home, the Saint Lakes series, and over thirty more. Since writing her first story at ten, the characters in her head still won’t stop telling their stories. If April isn’t reading or writing, you can find her taking a long walk in the woods or going on her next adventure.


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