Geek Out

Geek Out

A Collection of Trans and Genderqueer Romance

Book - 2015
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Defying Convention by Cecil Wilde Danny and AJ have been online friends for years, and secretly in love with each other. When the opportunity to attend a comics convention comes up, they decide to go and share a room. But friendship online does not always translate to friendship offline, and both are anxious about how the meeting will go, and the friendship change, when faced with challenges easily avoided behind the safety of computer screens... Double Take by J.K. Pendragon Studying magical science at Kemet Academy is a privilege and dream come true for Teka, a poor student from D'mt. But focusing on school doesn't mean xe can't also admire Hasani, the handsome graduate student overseeing Teka's work. Then one night at the school library, Teka runs into Hasani and is astonished when the stern, quiet man xe knows by day acts so flirty and casual, it's like he's a different person. When the late night encounter leads to dating, Teka can scarcely believe xyr luck. But the luck plays out when xe discovers why Hasani seems so different between night and day... Horse Crazy by Caitlin Ricci Melody and her teenage daughter, Kristen, have moved to Colorado for a fresh start. She's still not 100% where she wants to be in terms of her body yet but she is finally comfortable with herself and is living completely as a woman for the first time in her life. To thank Kristen for being so wonderful she promises her daughter riding lessons, something her little girl has always dreamed of. While waiting for the lesson to start, she's happy to see her daughter amidst the horses that she loves so much, but Melody does not expect the handsome man who sits down next to her-a man who proves to be Kristen's instructor and idol-to be interested in taking Melody out on a date... Long Macchiatos and Monsters by Alison Evans Jalen, lover of B-grade sci-fi movies, meets the far-too-handsome P in a cafe while deciding whether or not to skip uni again. When P invites them along to a double feature of Robot Monster and Cat Women of the Moon, Jalen can hardly believe that hot boys like bad sci-fi, too. But as their relationship progresses, Jalen realizes P leaves them wondering if they're on the same page about what dating means, and if that's what they're doing. Love Rampage by Alex Powell Ma ra has always wanted a unicorn, but isn't quite prepared when one shows up on her doorstep and kidnaps her-and proclaims that Ma ra must confess her feelings to the girl she loves. Ma ra is definitely reluctant to follow through with that, but everything changes when Carol is kidnapped by a demon... Manifest by Alden Lila Reedy The very last thing Chris expects when he's forced to take sewing lessons is to enjoy them. Or for sewing to lead him into the world of cosplay, and a friend with whom he begins to cosplay in earnest-and who convinces him to try dressing up as female characters. He certainly doesn't anticipate the realizations that cosplaying stirs-realizations that could cost Chris everything. Of Anime and the Baeci by Alessandra Ebulu All Ray wants is peace and quiet-something he is never going to get with his idiotic neighbor blasting anime and crazy music at all hours. When he finally breaks down and asks Cata to knock it off, he doesn't expect a friendship to develop. And he definitely does not anticipate a romance, or the danger that soon follows. Sext Based Adventures by Francis Gideon Chris thought he was done with gaming. He'd deleted his account, gone back to his day job, and put his fantasy world days behind him... but couldn't resist the urge to return. This time, however, he decided to play as a woman-a persona he maintains even when he makes friends with Jessica. When Jessica offers online sex, Chris still cannot bring himself to confess his secret. As their relationship turns serious, still he can't admit to the ruse. Then Jessica proposes they meet offline, and Chris is finally forced to confront everything
Publisher: [United States] :, Less Than Three Press,, 2015
Edition: First edition
ISBN: 9781620045299
Characteristics: 448 pages

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