Can You Reach Us?
The Outreach Book 2
An Erotic BDSM Romance
“Before you ask, he can’t speak, and before you try it, we’re never separated.”
Those are the first words Trent says to every new person thrust into his and Micah’s life.
Not everyone listens.
So far this place is different. There has been a warm bed and soft clothes. There’s filling food and, blessings indeed, a hot shower. For once he is clean, and Micah, when he curls around him, doesn’t smell like dirt and sweat and tears.
Trent thinks this must be limbo, but a nice one, not like the one they were expecting.
He’s not going to assume it will last, but he’ll take it while he can, get his strength back to face the next threat thrown at them.
They’ve heard a lot of promises, Trent and Micah, but the serious man with the sad eyes insists he’s going to fight for them, so they can stay together, and he says that nothing that has happened so far was their fault.
Trent finds that difficult to believe. Nobody has said that before, because it has always been their fault, right from the start.
Can you reach us? The Outreach Series, Book 2 is a hurt/comfort age gap gay romance by Romilly King, author of the Delphic Agency and Handled Series. It features a grieving Daddy dom who needs to let himself act on his instincts, and two traumatised young men who are desperate to be cared for.
Trigger warning for adult scenes, abusive behaviour, homophobic language, and depression
Coming on 5th February 2021
It’s good to be back in this universe! I love writing kink exploration and I love a lot of these characters so it’s great to hear them talking in my head again. Cash - now very much not a virgin - is back being compassionate and sensible whilst getting his own boundaries pushed. Brio is around too, being snarky and clever. And we get to meet Mal and Josh.
Mal is a journalist who is about to get a crash course in kink and Josh, well Josh is fascinating. He’s an older man, just discovering his submissive side and he’s convinced he has missed the boat on exploring this part of himself, not just because of his age but because a traumatic event has left him with a huge sense of shame about his desires. How he tries to overcome his issues is the main theme of the book.
This is The Outreach, helping people accept themselves and discover deeper satisfaction in their sexual selves - that’s a good thing to write about!