Trilationship? Tri-Curious?

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If it’s so hard for two men to meet and fall in love, what are the chances it could happen for three men?

Kincade Hayes was starting his adult life in Chicago, having moved downtown to be close to his new job working for a highly successful trader.  The position wasn’t glamorous, but everybody had to start somewhere.  Upon moving into his new studio apartment, he met his new neighbors, Branford X. Thomas and Jackson Delacroix.  The men were absolutely stunning, and Cade was anxious to get to know them.  He had no idea the changes the two men would bring into his life.

Branford X. Thomas owned “Fairy Tales,” a gay nightclub in Andersonville, a neighborhood in Chicago.  Ford and Jackson Delacroix had been a couple for ten years, but they had finally come to the realization that if they didn’t make some changes, it would be time to close the curtain on their romance though neither man wanted to end their love affair.  One afternoon, Ford helped a young man with a box of stemware and he believed he had the perfect compromise for the fading relationship with Jackson.  He knew getting Jax on board with the plan would take a creative pitch, but Ford was dedicated to the cause.  It would solve their biggest problem, he was sure.

Jackson Delacroix, number 79, left defensive tackle for the Chicago NFL team had a ton of problems on his broad shoulders which were taking a toll.  Jax and his boyfriend had been photographed having a heated kiss while on vacation in Mexico.  His solution to diffuse the pending splash the media would make of the news?  Go to minicamp and hold a press conference to tell the world he was a gay man in the NFL.  The team didn’t know what to do with him, but he was necessary to the success of the coming season so he wouldn’t be cut or sent down.  All he had to do was get through the next several months without being photographed with another man and he could enter free agency and hopefully get a contract in a city much friendlier to those who flew the rainbow flag.  When his boyfriend came up with what he believed to be the perfect solution to one of the problems they had in their relationship, Jax wasn’t sure it was the right step to take until he met the solution in person.

This story the first act of three as Cade, Ford, and Jax try to meld three separate lives into one lovely love affair…together.  There are many ups and downs, but their end goal is the same.  Unfortunately, blending three lives into one isn’t easy, as they soon come to learn.  Whose idea was it anyway?

Please Note: This book contains material which may be offensive to some readers:  Graphic language and/or adult situations; graphic descriptions of sexual activity among three men. This fictional story is intended for adults over 18.  This is the first book in a three-book series and is approximately 89,000 words in length.

I hope you’ll check it out.

Thank you all…

for showing an interest in my latest book, “Swim Coach”.  I’m working on a new series I hope you’ll be interested in.  It’s called “A Love in Three Acts:  Act One.”

Kincade Hayes was starting his adult life in Chicago, having moved downtown to be close to his new job working for a highly successful trader.  The position wasn’t glamorous, but everybody had to start somewhere.  Upon moving into his new studio apartment, he met his new neighbors, Branford X. Thomas and Jackson Delacroix.  The men were absolutely stunning, and Cade was anxious to get to know them.  He had no idea the changes the two men would bring into his life.

Branford X. Thomas owned “Fairy Tales,” a gay nightclub in Andersonville, a neighborhood in Chicago.  Ford and Jackson Delacroix had been a couple for ten years, but they had finally come to the realization that if they didn’t make some changes, it would be time to close the curtain on their romance though neither man wanted to end their love affair.  One afternoon, Ford helped a young man with a box of stemware and he believed he had the perfect compromise for the fading relationship with Jackson.  He knew getting Jax on board with the plan would take a creative pitch, but Ford was dedicated to the cause.  It would solve their biggest problem, he was sure.

Jackson Delacroix, number 79, left defensive tackle for the Chicago NFL team had a ton of problems on his broad shoulders which were taking a toll.  Jax and his boyfriend had been photographed having a heated kiss while on vacation in Mexico.  His solution to diffuse the pending splash the media would make of the news?  Go to minicamp and hold a press conference to tell the world he was a gay man in the NFL.  The team didn’t know what to do with him, but he was necessary to the success of the coming season so he wouldn’t be cut or sent down.  All he had to do was get through the next several months without being photographed with another man and he could enter free agency and hopefully get a contract in a city much friendlier to those who flew the rainbow flag.  When his boyfriend came up with what he believed to be the perfect solution to one of the problems they had in their relationship, Jax wasn’t sure it was the right step to take until he met the solution in person.

This story the first act of three as Cade, Ford, and Jax try to meld three separate lives into one lovely love affair…together.  There are many ups and downs, but their end goal is the same.  Unfortunately, blending three lives into one isn’t easy, as they soon come to learn.  Whose idea was it anyway?

Please Note: This book contains material which may be offensive to some readers:  Graphic language and/or adult situations; graphic descriptions of sexual activity among three men. This fictional story is intended for adults over 18.  This is the first book in a three-book series and is approximately 89,000 words in length.

I hope you’ll check it out!  Cheers!

It’s a hot summer…let’s go for a swim…

COMING SOON…SWIM COACH

“Working in the campus bookstore wasn’t my ideal job, but it was what afforded me the opportunity to run into my first crush, my old swim coach.  Andre Dupree was a beautiful man, and for the few years he coached my intramural swimming club, the Squids, I spent every practice just staring at him.  I never dreamed I’d get a second chance with my first crush, but that day he was standing in front of me with a smile that nearly melted my clothes off my body.  He was even more gorgeous than I remembered.  He also had a girlfriend and I was reminded of his long list of conquests from high school.  I didn’t stand a chance in hell.

“Fate had a crazy way of reminding people life wasn’t fair.  My reminder came at the hands of a person I hardly knew.  I met new people, made new friends, faced many new challenges, and learned my way around campus, but nothing prepared me for the darkness coming my way.  Learning to navigate the aftermath of the worst event in my young life was one of the hardest things I’d ever done, and I tried to do it alone.  People in my life fought to stay even as I tried to push them out.  There was one person who fought the hardest…the Swim Coach.”  Colton J. Wixsom

Join Colton Wixsom on his journey of maneuvering life’s challenges as he faces the darkness and searches for the light or a hand to guide him into it.  Please Note: This book contains material which may be offensive to some readers:  Graphic language and/or adult situations; graphic descriptions of sexual activity; violence; non-consensual sex acts; underage drinking. This fictional story is intended for adults over 18.  This novel is approximately 125,000 words in length and ends with a happily-ever-after.  It’s a stand-alone story and doesn’t end in a cliffhanger.Swim_.png

I have another book coming out…

“Loving the Broken Man” is a lot darker than the other stories in the series.  Danny is a troubled man, and this story is the first time I actually addressed someone who had an addiction.  I hope you’ll read the story.  I don’t get a lot of love for my stories, but from those who enjoy them…thank you.

Cheers!

I’d like to say…

Thank you so very much to those of you who have supported me on my journey with publishing my books.  I have four out now and two more planned in the near future to finish up the two separate series… The Cowboys of Katydid Farm and The Valentine’s Trilogy.

Today was a banner day for me because I received my first royalty check.  It won’t pay down the national debt, but it was a happy surprise for me.  I hope you’ll continue to watch for my stories and read them.  I have several more in the planning stages.

I just wanted to send out my thanks to the universe for the happy surprise.  May you all receive an unexpected something in the near future.

Cheers!

I’m pissed…

at people who believe it’s okay to attack someone behind the keys of a computer.  If you’re going to talk shit about me?  Own it.  Have the guts to stand behind your words and identify yourself, you feckless cowards.  You attack me and hide?  That says more about you than it does about me.  My inclination is to tell you to go fuck yourself.

No cheers tonight,

Sam

My heart is weeping…

I would love to say I’m happy today, but that’s not the case.  The senseless massacre of innocent people…most of them children…never makes me happy.  I’m actually stymied by the events of May 22.  Why would someone target a concert full of kids and their parents who went out for a treat as the school year ends?  Why would anyone target children who haven’t yet formed hatred in their hearts?  Why would anyone do something so horrific to people who weren’t expecting the devil to show?

That’s one I want to hear answered.

There are no cheers tonight, my friends.

Sam