Love in Los Angeles is a queer romance series, with elements of magical realism, set in and around the TV and movie industry.
When J. Alex Cook, a production assistant on The Fourth Estate (one of network TV’s hottest shows), is accidentally catapulted to stardom, he finds himself struggling to navigate both fame and a relationship with Paul, one of Fourth’s key writers. Love in Los Angeles is the story of Paul and Alex — and of their friends and family — as they navigate love, and life, both in and beyond Los Angeles.
Book 1, Starling (Avian30, February 21, 2017)
Book 1.5, Evergreen (Avian30, TBD)
Book 2, Doves (Avian30, TBD 2017)
Book 3, Phoenix (Avian30, TBD 2017)
Book 4, Cardinal (Avian30, TBD)
Book 5, Title to be revealed, (Avian30, TBD)
Book 6, Title to be revealed, (Avian30, TBD)
“A reader’s treasure that completely engaged me from the very beginning. I found myself talking to my kindle, offering advice, yelling, cringing, cheering and processing each emotional experience as if it was my own. The realities of life, love and self discovery that are presented in this highly character driven story are exceptional.”
– Review by Carly’s Book Reviews, September 11, 2014.
“This book is an absolute favorite of mine: it’s romantic and sexy but completely fresh and unique to the genre. The characters are complex and beautifully flawed, the writing is excellently crafted — both accessible at first read but subtle and nuanced. It takes very skilled writers to create characters you connect with instantly but who also unfold and reveal more about themselves with each additional reads. And you’ll want to read multiple times; this is a story and these are characters I absolutely did not want to let go.”
- – Jude Sierra, author of Idlewild
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