Books by Edward Kendrick


Richardson takes on an issue that isn't often dealt with in gay fiction - the physical abuse of one man on his partner - even though it must be as prevalent in homosexual relationships as it is in heterosexual ones. How the abused man frees himself from the tyranny of another and breaks the chains i ...


Jersey starts out awkwardly, and doesn’t get much better from there. It’s not necessarily terrible, just unpolished, and leaves much to be desired in the romance department. Jersey (Gervasio) Parma is a photojournalist who has never had a real attachment to another person. He h ...