Last year I was thrilled to be a part of the Changing on the Fly MM hockey charity anthology. We raised over $3000.00 for a leading charity who strives to ensure inclusiveness in sports! My short story, "On Broadway", was the story of Riley Zeally, superstar center for the New York Nightwings.
This years collection has the second half of the Riley/Keiffer romance, "Rookie Moves", which is told from Keiffer's point of view.
Since many may have missed "On Broadway", I've put it up over at Instafreebie so readers will have the first installment in the Nightwings saga to enjoy before the second part releases on 10/4.
Money. Skill. Looks. Fame.
Riley Zeally, captain and star center for the New York Nightwings, has it all. You’d think his nights would be filled with wine, women, and song, but Riley isn’t what the world thinks he is. He’s a closeted gay man living a lonely, solitary life in the biggest city in the world. The lights of Broadway may shine brightly on him but they certainly don’t keep him warm at night.
Fate intercedes one blisteringly cold morning and tosses Riley into the path of a beautiful young man in shabby clothes and ancient skates who captivates the superstar. Then, just as unexpectedly as he appeared, the man of Riley’s dreams disappears, swallowed up by the city that never sleeps. In a city of millions, can two men from different worlds ever hope to find each other again?
RJ Scott's Birthday Treasure Hunt
Clue Two - The story of a boy, found on a bench, on a snowy Christmas Eve.
Answers to be entered on RJ's blog on September 3.