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Website updates are always in progress as new material is added, and we're still finding
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Praise for the writing of
KC Kendricks
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KC Kendricks never
-- Fallen Angel Reviews

"..beautifully moving in all the
right places...KC Kendricks
gives us a well-crafted tale"
- The Romance Studio

"Good to the last word...."
- Sensual Reads

..."Seriously entertaining and
totally engaging..."
- Joyfully Reviewed

"...solidly written
contemporary romance..."
Please Use the Door
A "ghostly" romance

Dalton makes Reed tingle in all the right places. Now Reed is
ready to answer the question that has haunted his every failed
relationship. Is he really gay?

Reed walked into Dalton’s life and everything changed. This time,
Dalton won’t hide the fact   he’s gay from anyone, even his son.

Together they surrender all to each other and claim the ultimate
victory – love.

Read more about
Surrendered Victory here.

Chandler Beck is at a crossroads. To move forward, he has
to take a trip back to the biggest regret in his life. He
discovers a man happily settled down with a partner, both
of who are ready to call him friend. When they offer him a
place to rest, Chandler ends up in their guest room and
with a job at the best restaurant in town.

Once a rising star on the pro golf circuit, a back injury
forced August Howard to give up the game. Swallowing his
pride, he accepted a job waiting tables and worked his way
up to the manager of The Wharf, the area’s premiere
restaurant. He’s not happy when the owner does a favor for
a friend and hires the seemingly inexperienced Chandler
Beck as a bartender.

It doesn’t take Chandler long to win over the prickly
August, but August is a man with secrets. Their friendship
heats up and when August’s past comes calling, Chandler
pays the price. The only option open is for August to
confess all and hope those around him, especially
Chandler, will accept he’s a different man from who he was
in his yesterdays.  

Excerpt and more here.
Tanner Reddick learned the hard way a man
needs his own place to call home – one that is
legally his. The last guy set his belongings on
the curb and Tanner vows it will never happen
again. It’s time for him to be in charge.
Embarking on the next phase of his life,
Tanner buys a fixer-upper bungalow and gets
to work. He’s looking forward to living on his
own for a while. His interest in his boss, Alex
Crewes, could change that.

It’s moving day and Tanner notices a few
things about the house, things his friends
disavow knowledge of. The porch is swept
and the breakers on. Then Tanner smells a
hint of Bay Rum cologne, which no one he
knows uses. When unseen hands paint a few
rooms in the house, he has to face the facts -
he’s not really alone.

Bodhi introduces himself and welcomes the
newest resident in the house he built a
century ago. This one Bodhi likes, and he’s
determined he and Tanner will coexist in
harmony. Maybe they can even be friends.
And if he’s lucky, maybe a little more – unless
Tanner’s deepening relationship with Alex
throws a wrench into his plans.