Welcome to Liam Grey’s home on the net!
I am a relatively new author of M/M Romance and Fiction, with my first short story being published in February 2012.
For upcoming or current releases, please check my Blog and Book List. This blog is cross-posted to my LiveJournal, and when I remember, to FaceBook as well.
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Current Blog Post
Catt Ford has done an amazing job, and the cover for my next release is ready. Click the image below to go through to the full-sized view. Christmas brings dreams of peace, love, and family time for most. Sadly, Russell Moore isn’t so blessed. Since his coming out and marriage prompted a less-than-joyful reaction from […]read more
Publisher: Torquere Press
Release Date: Sept 18, 2013
Category: Contemporary Gay Romance, Uniforms
Five years after an accident in the Army left Jim blind, he's braving the summer heat and a new guide dog to walk in the 4th of July parade with the other Wounded Warriors. In Jim's imagination, he finished the parade, got down on one knee in his uniform, and asked Milo "The Question." But a touch of heatstroke wasn't in his plan, and he still hasn't found Milo in the crowded fairgrounds. It's going to take perseverance, strength, and a little love from Milo to get Jim through this Dog Days March.read more
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press
Release Date: Christmas 2014
Category: Contemporary Gay Romance, Holiday
Christmas brings dreams of peace, love, and family time for most. Sadly, Russell Moore isn’t so blessed. Since his coming out and marriage prompted a less-than-joyful reaction from his religious parents, Russ has kept his distance to avoid their conservative disapproval. With his husband David deployed overseas for the second Christmas in a row, Russ gives in to the loneliness and takes his stepchildren to meet his parents for the first time, hoping the “goodwill toward men” spirit will overcome his mother’s zealotry.
But Russ’s Christmas joy is too quickly deflated by his mother’s unmet expectations, leaving Russ to ponder if peace, love, and perhaps matricide go hand in hand.