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Book Title: One Life to Lose|
The author of the book: Kris Ripper
Edition: Riptide Publishing
Date of issue: December 12th 2016
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Cameron Rheingold is the kind of guy who takes a book to a bar. He’s a loner by nature, but he has to engage with the community to keep his movie theater business afloat. When two young men stay after a Cary Grant film showing to chat, Cameron thinks he might have made some new friends—but their interest is more than friendly.
Josh is charismatic, and every smile is a little bit seductive. Keith is sweet and kind, with a core of steel Cameron can sense even when Keith’s on his knees. Cameron is willing to be the couple’s kinky third, but that’s it. He refuses to risk complicating things with his growing devotion, even if being with Josh and Keith feels more right than anything else ever has.
When the three of them are attacked by the killer roaming La Vista, Cameron must decide what’s more important: pretending the assault never happened and he’s the same loner he used to be, or coming clean to Josh and Keith about how much he loves them, even if they can never return his feelings.
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Read information about the authorKris Ripper lives in the great state of California and hails from the San Francisco Bay Area. Kris shares a converted garage with a toddler, can do two pull-ups in a row, and can write backwards. (No, really.) Kris is genderqueer and prefers the z-based pronouns. Ze has been writing fiction since ze learned how to write and boring zir stuffed animals with stories long before that.
Okay, that's the official bio. Here's the rambling.
There's this Dorothy Allison line I love, about why she writes fiction. "The world I love is not on the page." (From "Notes to a Young Feminist.") The second I read that, my writing life came into sharper focus.
I write to see my world on the page. I don't see cisgender men I can relate to, or feminists who struggle with privilege. I don't see happily ever afters that include that sweet young man who occasionally plays third, even though he has a girlfriend (and sometimes she watches). I don't see enough BDSM that includes laughter and I don't see enough romance or erotica that includes folks pushing the boundaries of binary gender. I don't see delightful cisgender people who have sex with people whose tabs and slots fit in just where James Dobson wants them--and are queer all the same.
So that's what I write. I write characters who love lousy take-away and football. I write characters who love ropes, or whips, or kneeling at the feet of someone they trust. I write smut, and romance, and erotica with barely any touching. I write poly kinky committed non-monogamous queer people. And everyone else. Because that's the world I know, that's the world I live in, and it's fecking fantastic.
You can find me on the web at http://krisripper.com/ Friend me in the places where "friend" is a verb; follow me in the places where it's appropriate (not in the supermarket, thanks). Drop me a line. Join the newsletter. Read the blog. Watch the podcasts. Hang out. Or don't do any of those things. Maybe you just want to download the free stories and take a peek. That's cool, too.
Whatever you do, I hope you're reading excellent fiction while you do it!
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