Zach Sweets

Biography

Zach, an army brat, was born in El Paso, TX, and has lived in North Carolina, Germany, Kansas, California, and the District of Columbia, before graduating from University of Baltimore in May 2010, with a degree in Applied Information Technology. He now resides in Arizona, where he moved to start a new adventure with his partner and dog.

In his spare time, Zach enjoys reading, mainly horror. He enjoys doing outdoor activities, and he runs on a daily basis. He participates in charitable running events, from 5k up to marathon distances.

Zach writes as often as he can and likes to push himself with writing challenges. Joining the M/M Romance group on Goodreads.com has immensely boosted his motivation to become a successful Deaf author, writing about man to man love, with some horror thrown in for good measure.

When he is not writing or reading, Zach likes to practice his web design and development skills. He loves to hang out with love of his life as often as he can, finding things to do inside and outside the house, whether it be yard work, hiking, bike riding, walking their dog, eating out at a cozy diner, or just loving.

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Books

Luscious Love
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Price: Free! Words: 6,550. Language: English. Published: August 12, 2011. Category: Fiction » Erotica » Gay Erotica
(4.00 from 4 reviews)
Wendell Choate is a struggling Deaf man who wants nothing more than a comfortable life. When Caleb Adams hires him to work in his chocolate shop, the big bear of a man appeals to his sweet tooth. Does Caleb’s interest end at closing time, or is there a chance he wants more?

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Smashwords book reviews by Zach Sweets

  • A Fluffy Tale on Aug. 12, 2011

    Let me tell you this…this was as far as the most adorable book I’ve read in age. Ann Somerville wrote a beautiful relationship between kem and human. The kems were actually portrayed as the ferrets. If I understood it correctly, kems couldn’t survive without humans. Somehow, the kems were emotionally connected to their masters. Whatever bad thing happened to their masters, the kems suffered. It was fantastic how Ann wrote the behavior between human and kem. Julian was somewhat an idiot man who didn’t understand his own kem, Pyon. With a lack of affection from Julian, Pyon became a pet that was unable to control. In result, it nearly cost Julian his job. Zachary came in and saw how Julian treated Pyon. He got angry and scolded him how to treat Pyon appropriate. Julian obeyed because he really loved Pyon. The emotions between Julian and Zachary were wonderful. It was amazing how the kems brought them together over and over. It was as if the kems were their guardian angels. The minor character was adorable. Zachary’s Uncle Leo. I wished I have an uncle like him. :) Here’s a question for y’all, did Zachary finally gave in and gave Julian a chance? Did they end up becoming an item? It is highly recommended for you to buy and read it. You won’t be disappointed. It’ll make you laugh, smile, chuckle, angry, frustrate, grumble, and so many different emotions in this book.
  • A Fluffy Tale 2: Warm and Fuzzy on Aug. 12, 2011

    It was a sequel to A Fluffy Tale. In my humble opinion, this book is a must-read. I adored this book much more than I adored the first book. I was hooked and couldn’t put this book down and read for around five hours straight. It was worth my time. Daniel and his two young siblings lost their parent to a horrible tragedy car accident. Daniel had to drop out his college when he was just a year away from graduating with a Bachelor. He had chosen to watch his two young siblings and to provide a comfortable income for his family. He got hired but it wasn’t the best job. He had to suffer the consequence at work. It was when Spencer came in rescue. It was the most emotional moment for Daniel since he hated having a pity party. He worked no matter what happened, he couldn’t afford to lose the job, and he didn’t want to bring more problems to his family. It caused him becoming a hard-head. Did Spencer have Daniel out of the worse problem anyone could have ever encountered? Well, read and find out! It is still a must-read for everyone. It would be wonderful for those who never read M/M books since it didn’t really mentioned any sex scene and the plots were wonderful written. What are you waiting for? Go and buy it. You won’t be disappointed.
  • Impedimenta (Interstitial #3) on Aug. 12, 2011

    “Turn around, Pilot. I’ve got some tension to work off, and you’re it.” That’d one of my favorite lines. Ann Somerville has always made me chuckle, even if it was a little thing. Anyway, I absolutely love the sequel to Interstitial. This one is much better since it has more action and very balance with two different couple. It was a comfortable read. I loved to take my time and read each page. The moment they had to land on a planet, I was on the edge of the table, hoping nothing would happen to any of the characters. I’ve grown fond of Jati and Jorge. Fantastic couple even if they’re a straight couple. The author makes sure it didn’t ruin the M/M readers’ mood from heterosexual sex. The only graphical sex I could remember was between North and Seb aka a gay couple. Throughout the story, the action kept me going until the very ending. I really hope Ann Somerville wanted to write more about them. I can sense many adventures for them. There was a bit of angst between North and Seb, but fear not, it definitely worth it. It built a great love-relationship development. Highly recommendation to everyone!
  • Falling in Love with the Enemy on Oct. 31, 2011

    3.5 stars. Overall, I liked it. Im surprise too because history wasnt my subject but she wrote it well. The author wrote the world-building really well. My only issues: fell in love too fast. Overused of "dearest" and I don't know if during that time period, it's what men would say. Also, I couldn't stand Allie calling Thomas his wife but again, I don't know how they would say during that time period. After the incident at their home, I loved the rest. The ending was really sad and at the same time, it puts a smile on my face. I definitely will read more of her work.
  • Unnatural Selection on Nov. 04, 2011

    I was overall pleased with how the author wrote this book. It was not a common vampire story where it killed human for their blood. It was a virus where it safe Nick's life. Very original too. When I found out who was the killer...I have to applaud the author because I didn't see it coming. I kept guessing but I was wrong after all. Usually, figuring out the mystery was a bit easy but not this one! The relationship between Nick and Anton was good and slow develop, especially when the book is novella-length. I'm looking forward to read the sequel :)