GENRE: Gay Interracial Erotic Romance
LENGTH: 47,910 words
Kiwi Nathaniel Dunn is in a fighting mood, but how does a man fight Wellington's famous fog? In the last year, Nate's lost his longtime lover to boredom and his ten-year job to the economy. Now he's found a golden opportunity for employment where he can even use his artistic talent, but to get the job, he has to get to Christchurch today. Heavy fog means no flight, and the ticket agent is ignoring him to fawn over a beautiful but annoying, overly polite American man.Rusty Beaumont can deal with a canceled flight, but the pushy Kiwi at the ticket counter is making it difficult for him to stay cool. The guy rubs him all the wrong ways despite his sexy working-man look, which Rusty notices even though he's not looking for a man to replace the fiancé who died two years ago. Yet when they're forced to share a table at the crowded airport café, Nate reveals the kind heart behind his grumpy façade. An earthquake, sex in the bush, and visits from Nate's belligerent ex turn a day of sightseeing into a slippery slope that just might land them in love.EXCERPT:Note: may contain sexually explicit scenes of a homoerotic nature.
“Sunset At Pencarrow” is a beautiful and bitter-sweet collaboration between two talented authors, Lou Sylvre and Anne Barwell. The authors take us to New Zealand and present a grande and very descriptive tour of the country. Along with the tour comes two very diverse characters from different parts of the world, New Zealander, Nate Dunn and American, Russell “Rusty” Thao Beaumont.
In a fogged in airport in Wellington, Rusty waits in line for more information about the next flight out for America. He get’s to see the very disgruntled and annoying Nate Dunn making a spectacle of himself. Rusty is a former Marine and tries his best to stay level headed while dealing with Nate’s outburst. Rusty put’s his self-study to work and remains calm, considerate and only steps in when he feels the need to protect someone. He was raised by a Buddhist mother and his life has not been bad, until the tragic loss of his fiancé. With that loss came the decision not to lose his heart to anyone, again.