Jude Sierra first began writing poetry as a child in her home country of Brazil. Still a student of the form, she has expanded her repertoire with her first novel, Hush.
She began writing long-form fiction by tackling her first National Novel Writing Month project in 2007, and in 2011 began writing in online fan communities, where her stories have thousands of readers.
Married with two children, she enjoys crochet and is an avowed tea junkie.
After moving to Key Largo to to make a fresh start, Reid Watsford meets Joaquim, an intern at the dive shop who is looking for adventure. As their relationship deepens, they both must learn how to navigate Reid’s cyclothemia, and a past Reid can’t quite escape.
Set against the backdrop of Detroit’s revival, Idlewild is a love story between a widower who tries to bring the gastro pub he started with his late husband back to life, and the pre-med college graduate he hires to help him.
Milo met Andrew moments after moving to Cape Cod—launching a lifelong friendship of deep bonds, secret forts and plans for the future. When Milo goes home for his father’s funeral, he and Andrew finally act on their attraction—but doubtful of his worth, Milo severs ties. They meet again years later, and their long-held feelings will not be denied. Will they have what it takes to find lasting love?
Wren is “gifted”—a college sophomore with powers to compel others’ desires. He uses them in games of sexual consent until naïve freshman Cameron enters his life. As Cameron gains sexual confidence under Wren’s tutelage, Wren also recognizes new and unexpected things about himself. Will Cameron finally break down Wren’s emotional walls, or will Wren walk away from his best chance for love?