Tully Randolph is the drummer for the band Unusual Potatoes. With a chef for a mom, love of good food runs in the family. When he’s asked to host a cooking competition, he’s all in—especially after he meets Wyatt, who is just the kind of big, hairy guy who gets Tully’s juices flowing. With a heart as big as he is, Wyatt wows Tully with his skills in the kitchen… and in the bedroom.
But if their relationship is found out, Wyatt could be drummed out of the competition—and out of Tully’s life. All the ingredients for a happy future are in front of them, and they just need to figure out how to bring everything together.
Happy Monday All!
Please give a big Unicorn Clubhouse welcome to Clancy Nacht and Thursday Euclid. They have a delicious story dropping on April 20th, check back then for Ann's review. In the meantime read below to get to know the author's better and Thursday has a special post on what it meant to him to write Wyatt's character. Thanks for including that Thursday, we readers love to discover the personal connection between authors and their characters.
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A Note from Thursday Euclid . . . .
As a queer trans man, I'm all too aware of the body image expectations put forward by society. I'm overweight and have been all my life, but usually when I write a character, I'm experiencing a kind of wish fulfillment. He can be beautiful in a way I'm not, live a happy ending I only wish I could experience. This time, with Wyatt's Recipes for Wooing Rock Stars, I went a different route.
It was Clancy's idea to write a bear, but it was my job to bring big, protective, perma-single Wyatt Parker to life while Clancy brought the sexy, lonely Tully Randolph into vivid reality. Putting some of my own insecurities and vulnerabilities on the page took a toll on my courage. The writing process wasn't the usual joy of exploration and escapism. Instead, I had to consider parts of myself I've never called on before and deal with negative body image issues I had within myself.
But in the end, as frustrating as it was being that narratively honest, writing Wyatt empowered me. Seeing him begin to believe in the possibility of his happiness helped me believe in my own. I hope readers will find the same joy in reading about someone society sees as unworthy of a rock star's desire...who ultimately woos his impossible crush just by being himself and finds a happy ending.
Clancy Nacht is a bisexual genderqueer person who lives in Austin with a husband and three feral rescue cats. Clancy has published several ARe bestselling contemporary romantic thriller m/m and m/f stories. Three of her books have been honored with Rainbow Awards; Le Jazz Hot won for #1 Best Bisexual/Transgender Romance & Erotic Romance. In 2013, Black Gold: Double Black was a runner up for a Rainbow Award and in 2015, Gemini won an Honorable Mention for Gay Erotic Romance at the Rainbow Awards. Her books have been nominated for several Goodreads M/M Readers Choice Awards.
Thursday Euclid is a 30-something queer trans man from Houston, Texas, who spends most of his time writing, playing computer games, or watching films and television of questionable quality. Two facts about Thursday: he spent the happiest night of his life in the pit at a Radiohead concert, and hot and sour soup is the easiest way to his heart. He is a rebel with many causes and a Rainbow Award winner.
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