Claire Davis and Al Stewart
New for 2017
Author: Claire Davis and Al Stewart
Publisher: Beaten Track
Publication date: 12/01/ 2017
Cover artist: Amy Spector
Genre: YA, MM, Holiday
Johnny Strong, Finn Lyons
Summary: Cobweb ghosts are inconvenient—especially grumpy ones with bad breath. Don’t they know silence is golden? Johnny Strong is the expert; he hasn’t spoken in two years. Not one word to anyone except the ghost. The main purpose of life is to avoid people and not get noticed. Friends? He doesn’t need them; and certainly nobody wants him despite what the ghost says. Until a new boy appears at Windybank—Finn Lyons, teenage wizard. He eats frogs, concocts potions, and is always hungry. Not only does Finn stand up for Johnny; he actively seeks his company and soon becomes part of life. First love; family and words; a heady mix to go in the potion but how will it all turn out? Hubble bubble; Johnny Strong’s in trouble! Silence is not always golden in this sweet, zany story of the purest magic at Christmas.
Title: The Invasion of Tork
Series: Book One – Tork & Adam series
Author: Al Stewart and Claire Davis
Publisher: Beaten Track Publishing
Publication date: December 2014
Cover artist: Noah Homes
Genre: MM YA Romance
Characters: Tork and Adam
Summary: Adam is cool, intelligent and drop-dead gorgeous – all the guys tell him so! When he is forced to start voluntary work at the local homeless shelter, all he worries about is keeping the clients well away from him and finishing the placement as soon as possible. Until he meets Tork. Tork is clever and funny. He makes origami models and reads Dickens. Tork has green hair and makes Adam’s heart race with longing. But Tork is homeless and not at all impressed with Adam’s attitude. Can Adam see past his fear and arrogance? Can Tork give Adam a chance? Can two such different men turn the world upside down and find out what really matters? Read to find out their story.
After reading The Invasion of Tork, I immediately bought The Invasion of Adam
It has a bit of a holiday theme, but even if it didn’t, I can’t imagine not reading it after reading Tork’s story. The authors say it can be as a standalone. I think you would be missing out. Read Invasion of Tork and Invasion of Adam, then I am sure you will want to read book three If I should Stumble.
Summary: College life, fun nights out, guys everywhere—Adam thought his life was perfect…
Until he met Tork.
Green-haired Tork creates origami models and reads Dickens. He lives in supported housing, and he is absolutely not impressed by money.
Adam and Tork come from opposite worlds, but even as Adam fights it, the attraction stays strong.
Will Tork win the battle to understand his past and be well? Is there another Adam beneath that polished surface? Can they overcome their differences, and will there be dancing at midnight?
Find out what happens in a year of Adam, Tork, and Dickens the cat.
Sequel to The Invasion of Tork but can be read as a stand-alone.