Milton and the Morning Monk : gay fiction

 

Bill Emory spent his childhood chasing love, but it always seemed to be kept from him like a secret. After fumbling around his small Idaho town fighting his way through adolescence, he thought he’d finally found what he thought he wanted when he arrived at Saint Gertrude’s Seminary. Everything changes the day he is introduced to Milton Fournier.

From the author of ‘The House of Wolves’ and ‘The Do-It-Yourself Guide To Getting Over Yourself’ comes a new gay romance about finding love when you least expect it – and what we’re willing to do to be with the one we love. Inspired by “The Little Prince” by Antoine de Saint-Exupéry and “Illusions: Tales of a Reluctant Messiah” by Richard Bach, “Milton and the Morning Monk” is a multimedia collaboration including vivid drawings, photographs and one-of-a-kind artwork. It is a classic story about overcoming obstacles and reconciling our faith with who we truly are.

 


So many beautiful friends helped bring this work to life
Stained Glass Illustrations by Karen Bauermeister
Hand Drawn Sketches & Illustrations by Mike Blassingham
Photography by Wanda Lotus
‘The Letters’ written by Gary Akenhead & Calvin MacLean

 


a perfect selection for fans of gay romance,
gay fiction or lovers of romance books in general.