OS: Welcome to Remmy Duchene here to talk about Touch!
Hi everyone! Thank you for stopping by to check out my post. My name is Remmy Duchene and I write mostly interracial/multicultural erotic romance. For those who’ve read my books before, I’ve prided myself on being different. I like stories, characters, languages, races/cultures—all the wonderful things that make us human, that set us apart from each other. I have also been a major fan of characters who are broken down by life and with love and friendship, manages to pick up the pieces again. Call me a softie, but whenever I find those stories, I bury myself in them until the end.
A while ago, I was inspired to write a story that’s a little different than anything I’ve written before. I have been challenging myself lately, it seems, breaking my own heart and repairing it with the conclusions of these tales.
Touch is the second of those stories. I am trying to dig deeper within myself, to not be afraid of conflict, of hurt. I took my time with this story and I appreciate that it will be a stark different tale than what people are used to from me.
The character, Foster Erickson is broken. Along with being gay to highly religious parents, he’s been through a darkness that would break most. And he didn’t come out the other side unscathed. He now must learn to stand on his own two feet, to be around people again, to build himself up and learn that sometimes, it is okay to lean on others. That is a hard lesson for someone who is used to being getting kicked back down.
I really hope you can enjoy Foster and understand where he’s coming from and where he wishs to be.
One can’t walk the path of darkness and expect to escape unscathed.
At eighteen, Foster Erickson stepped out of the closet into a world of homelessness, prostitution, and drugs. Years later, he’s pulled it together and is ready to rebuild.
Determined not to let the demons win, Foster starts university with a plan to keep others from making the same mistakes he did. The last thing he expects is Sylvester Roberts.
After years of working with his father, Sylvester decides to step out on his own. University at his age is strange, but for him, failure isn’t an option. After flunking a few tests, Sylvester’s professor assigns him a tutor—Foster Erickson. The moment they meet, Sylvester knows Foster isn’t like other guys.
As the darkness hovers and Sylvester begins falling, he will have to decide if helping Foster fight his demons will be worth it in the end
Author Bio: Born in Jamaica, Remmy Duchene now lives in Canada where she works for lawyers. In her spare time, though it seem she has none, Remmy loves photography, finding new restaurants with her niece, researching, Kpop concerts and anything baked.
Buy link for Touch: https://www.dreamspinnerpress.com/books/touch-by-remmy-duchene-9404-b