Ties That Bind

After graduating from college in New York City, Arizona is called back to bayou country by tragic news and thrust back into the struggles of a family he left behind.

Arizona could return to New York, pursue his career as a writer and an activist, and forget about small town problems and small-minded people. But the ties that bind are strong and painful and just may show him where he belongs. More
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About Romeo Preminger

Thanks so much for checking out my page. I go by Romeo because I like the freedom to write gay romantic smut without losing my day job. So I have to be a bit cagey in my bio, but I do love interacting with readers.

I’ve been writing stories about gay sex pretty much since I popped my first boner dreaming about the cute boys who tormented me in junior high. Now later in life, I’m sharing my dirty imagination with the world.

It’s not all sex. I’m fascinated by the psychology and emotionality of gay relationships, and I think the truth is love and attraction can be a hot mess. When two men get together, it’s triumphant, transcendent, and life-affirming while also scalding, stupefying and even enraging at times. That’s the kind of relationships I write about because the journey to happily-ever-after isn’t all pretty, and when it comes to love stories, the more drama the better, right?

I’m married to a great guy, and I believe in happily-ever-after. Scratch me a little, and I might tell you more.

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About the Series: The Arizona series
In the Southern Gothic tradition of V.C. Andrews, the Arizona series is the story of a poor, teenage boy in 1980s Acadiana who is embattled by family struggles and family secrets while trying to help his younger siblings and be the best man he can be.

The series includes:
Sins of Yesterday (Arizona, #1)
Daddy's Boy (Arizona, #2)
Ties That Bind (Arizona, #3)

Also in Series: The Arizona series

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