Kathleen Hayes

Biography

Kathleen Hayes is a bit of an all around geek. She has mastered the art of procrastination, is owned by two crazy cats and is excited to have just added a fellow super geek to her clan. Kathleen loves to explore worlds – whether in her head or on page. She welcomes you into her worlds and hopes you have as much fun there as she does!

She writes M/M Romance and poetry. Check her out at her blog, Romacing the Word! She loves to hear from y'all so if you have questions/comments/feedback comment on her blog, message her on goodreads or email her at kchayes54@gmail.com.

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Books

Hunting Under Covers
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Price: Free! Words: 150,190. Language: English. Published: January 15, 2014 by Divergent Publishing. Category: Fiction » Gay & lesbian fiction » Gay
(4.50)
Stories by Aimee Brissay, Kaje Harper, Kathleen Hayes, Shayla Mist, ME Sanford, J. Vaughn and others. This anthology is a product of the Goodreads M/M Romance Group Scavenger Hunt challenge. Men fall in love while using sports equipment, musical instruments and flavored lube. We’ve listed the items you need to find in the front of the book. Happy Hunting (Under Covers). Congrats on the baby Katie!
Perfect
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Price: Free! Words: 10,560. Language: English. Published: April 29, 2013. Category: Fiction » Gay & lesbian fiction » Gay
(4.67)
I have always felt wrong - like I am living in a stranger's body. When I left home for college, it was a last ditch effort to figure out how to live with myself. It didn't work. Until Jesse saved my life.
Like So Much Hot Air
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Price: Free! Words: 11,370. Language: English. Published: July 17, 2012. Category: Fiction » Gay & lesbian fiction » Gay
(4.75)
When Jason learns that his seemingly normal accountant boyfriend is really cooking books for the mob he runs as fast and as far as he can. When he arrives in Albuquerque he never imagined he might find what he had always been looking for: true love.
Life in Chaos
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Price: Free! Words: 11,430. Language: English. Published: June 30, 2012. Category: Fiction » Gay & lesbian fiction » Gay
(5.00)
When Shawn finds out he could die, there is only one person he wants by his side: Andrew. Only problem is Andrew broke up with him six months ago.
Christmas Tradition
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Price: Free! Words: 6,500. Language: English. Published: December 22, 2011. Category: Fiction » Erotica » Gay Erotica
(5.00)
Liam and Alex have been together for ten years. In order to keep the spark in their relationship, every Christmas season they plan a night just for themselves, where they can let their fantasies come out and play. This year it's Liam's turn to plan it. With so many options what will he choose?
Broken
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Price: Free! Words: 8,880. Language: English. Published: November 29, 2011. Category: Fiction » Gay & lesbian fiction » Gay
(5.00)
Charles and Job have both been broken in the past. But they don't want to stay that way. Somehow they find a way to open up and heal each other.

Smashwords book reviews by Kathleen Hayes

  • Sunset: Pact Arcanum: Book One on Jan. 21, 2012

    Nick is forced to reveal not only his powers but the existence of supernatural beings to the whole world on national television in order to prevent a group of terrorists from blowing up a nuclear bomb. This is the start of this action packed story. In the end he befriends one of the terrorists, Jeremy, when it is revealed he is a latent sentinel and was just awakened. Sunset is a story that seems beyond categorizations. It is a fantasy novel filled with ancient vampires, power filled sentinels with genetic memory to kill those same vampires. It is a science fiction romp with space flying and futuristic weapons. It is an espionage thriller with layers of deceit and alliance that are ever shifting. And it is a romance in which you can never really decide who you want to win the final affections of our main characters. But more importantly, this was an engrossing and engaging read that I would highly recommend. Arshad built a comprehensive world that you can just imagine yourself in as you read through the pages. And more importantly, he filled it with a cast of characters that you can't help but fall in love with. They are stupid and arrogant and do all the wrong things for all the right reasons but then they are caring and self-sacrificing and genuinely awesome. However, there were a few jarring moments. I was a bit confused and possibly overwhelmed by the romantic triangle (square?) with Rory, Lorcan and Jeremy all being in love with Nick. Rory and Lorcan's obsession with Nick did not seem to add to the story and just muddied the waters. Perhaps more with this plotline will be revealed later in the series and I will discover why it was absolutely necessary but as is I think the story would have been better without this strange arc. There were a few other minor details that pulled me out, such as it seemed that almost every one of the main characters used to be an internationally acclaimed musical artist. It wasn't bad, just odd. Nevertheless, despite these few jarring moments/plotlines I absolutely loved this book. It had the kind of in depth plot, world building and character development that is missing in a lot of books these days. 4.5 stars.
  • Sunset: Pact Arcanum: Book One on Jan. 21, 2012

    Nick is forced to reveal not only his powers but the existence of supernatural beings to the whole world on national television in order to prevent a group of terrorists from blowing up a nuclear bomb. This is the start of this action packed story. In the end he befriends one of the terrorists, Jeremy, when it is revealed he is a latent sentinel and was just awakened. Sunset is a story that seems beyond categorizations. It is a fantasy novel filled with ancient vampires, power filled sentinels with genetic memory to kill those same vampires. It is a science fiction romp with space flying and futuristic weapons. It is an espionage thriller with layers of deceit and alliance that are ever shifting. And it is a romance in which you can never really decide who you want to win the final affections of our main characters. But more importantly, this was an engrossing and engaging read that I would highly recommend. Arshad built a comprehensive world that you can just imagine yourself in as you read through the pages. And more importantly, he filled it with a cast of characters that you can't help but fall in love with. They are stupid and arrogant and do all the wrong things for all the right reasons but then they are caring and self-sacrificing and genuinely awesome. However, there were a few jarring moments. I was a bit confused and possibly overwhelmed by the romantic triangle (square?) with Rory, Lorcan and Jeremy all being in love with Nick. Rory and Lorcan's obsession with Nick did not seem to add to the story and just muddied the waters. Perhaps more with this plotline will be revealed later in the series and I will discover why it was absolutely necessary but as is I think the story would have been better without this strange arc. There were a few other minor details that pulled me out, such as it seemed that almost every one of the main characters used to be an internationally acclaimed musical artist. It wasn't bad, just odd. Nevertheless, despite these few jarring moments/plotlines I absolutely loved this book. It had the kind of in depth plot, world building and character development that is missing in a lot of books these days. 4.5 stars.