Homo-Romantic/Homo Erotic Authors: A. T. Weaver
”A. T. Weaver is the pen name of an elderly straight woman living in Kansas City, MO. I have four children, ten grandchildren, and one great-grandson.
I started writing gay novels at the age of sixty. People often ask where I got my pen name. I belong to a group that recreates the Middle Ages. In that group, I am a spinner, dyer, and weaver named Alisaundre. When I got my first user name for an email, every combination of my name had been taken and I ended up with alixtheweaver. I didn’t want to put the surname of my children on a gay novel. Thus – A (alix) T (the) Weaver.” -From her official website.
Here is a list of her books
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Shifter Born by A. T. Weaver
Marrok del Sol is a natural-born immortal shape shifter who can assume the form of any animal he chooses. He escapes death when his family is betrayed and sent to the guillotine during the French Revolution. After taking revenge on the traitor, he leaves France for America. For two-hundred years, he travels westward with the ever-expanding civilization always searching for his happily ever after.
The Boss’s Son by A. T. Weaver
After coming out to his family, friends and classmates, the only thing Danny wants is what everyone wants. Someone to love. Someone to spend the rest of his life with. Then he meets Mike who fits the image of the man of his dreams. But Mike has a problem
Mike’s been alone since his partner committed suicide two years ago. He’s always heard the old adage ‘marry the boss’s daughter to get ahead’. There’s a big problem. How does he tell his boss that not only is he gay, but he just spent the night with the boss’s eighteen-year-old son?
Catriona’s Curse by A. T. Weaver
When Sunny Nelson walks into the house built by an ancestor, strange things start happening. First, he senses an attraction to April Davis. . Of course as soon as he sees her brother, Jeff, he forgets April. Later, as he turns the old house into a B&B, he starts having dreams and visions about people who lived in the house. Together April, Jeff and Sunny discover the secret of Catriona’s Curse.
First Impressions Don’t Count by A. T. Weaver
The first time Jesse looks at Dave he thinks ‘not a chance’. Dave just got off work. He’s dirty, long-haired, tattooed, pierced, and older. It doesn’t take long for Jesse to find out that you can’t judge a person by their looks.
Acceptance: One Man’s Quest by A. T. Weaver
On the same day, 1500 miles apart two families discover their sons are gay. Jimmy’s father declares him dead. He changes his name and leaves town leaving behind a wife and two small children. Andrew’s parents tell their son they love him and always will. Eventually these two men meet, fall in love, and build a life until a tragedy cause them to return to Jimmy’s home town.