Going Home

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Rory and Geo love one another desperately, but are separated by the law. They reunite, but the unthinkable happens and Geo finds himself searching for Rory all over again. Can he find Rory before he disappears into the new black market for slaves? And if he does, will they ever figure out how to be in a relationship not dictated by legal contracts dictating exactly what they mean to each other? More
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About Kris Ripper

Kris 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 has no pronoun preference, but the z-based pronouns are freaking sweet. 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.

Thanks for checking out my books--hopefully it means you liked a story I've written (though I suppose you might also be trying to figure out where to send the hate mail...).
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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Cliff Key reviewed on on Oct. 2, 2014

Oh, my. I downloaded this free read not knowing, outside the description, that it really was surrounding slavery in the modern world. I was taken aback at first with the genre; however, I read front to cover, even when I cringed at points.

All of the emotions I felt during the read I attempted to mask; however, at points, it was as if I were a character in the story. This book is an excellent read. The characters are loveable and believable considering the circumstances to which they were exposed.

Great read. 5 Stars!

I am adding this author to my favorites.

*I would love for this author to read my first full-length fiction/mystery - Unencumbered Love. Please leave reviews for your the authors who especially price their books for free, as it is the only compensation they seek. :)
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