Lock and Key by Z. Allora #LGBT #BlogTour

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Thank you Rainbow Gold Reviews for hosting part 8 of the Lock and Key blog tour. I appreciate your willingness to give me a place!

I wrote bits and pieces of Zack Davis’s history to assist readers in understanding what path led Zack to chapter 1 of Lock and Key. Our early life experiences shape who are and who we aren’t as adults. Peeking into his life at various points prior to the start of his book shows us why he makes the choices he does.

I hope you enjoy it!

Hugs, Z.

Part 7 can be found at https://becausetwomenarebetterthanone.com

Part 8

“You can’t stay here! No son of mine can be gay therefore you’re no son of mine! Out!” Their mother shrieked at Zack’s younger brother.

Zack grabbed Jordon into a tight hug. He clutched his little brother close wanting desperately to protect him. He should do something! He was an adult. He should—

Their mother yanked a clinging Jordon from his arms. Reaching for him, Zack’s fingers caught only air.

Fuck! He needed to stop this! But he couldn’t move, couldn’t think, could barely breathe…

Do something!

His mother ranted, “If your brother Dusty wants to live a Godless life… well, he can just take you!”

At the door, Jordon turned and gave Zack a sniffy grin. “Catch you on the other side of the rainbow, bro.”

Their mother snarled, “Don’t talk about rainbows Jordon. The rainbow leads straight to hell!”

Jordon wiped his eyes. “I always thought the rainbow led to treasure.”

She growled and slammed the door so hard the family picture they had taken last Christmas crashed to the floor. Broken pieces of frame and glass scattered.

Zack stared at the closed door and then down at the sliced photo.  Jagged edges of the glass ripped through the picture.

Why couldn’t he have stopped her? Rage at his inaction filled him. He stumbled to their bedroom.

He sat on his bed staring across the room at his youngest brother’s bed. Their closet door stood open and Jordy’s side of their shared spaced was empty.

Jordon was gone.

No more closet for him, he was living his life out loud. And Zack had done nothing.

July 8th you’ll be able to read part 10: http://www.edenwinters.com

Lock And Key by Z. Allora

Rejected. Heartbroken. Devastated.

LockandKeyFSZack Davis wanted to serve only one man, Andrew Nikeman. He was denied because Andrew thought he was too young and because their brothers were together. So Zack crushed his submissive tendencies and focused on being the perfect Dom, giving every sub he played with something he couldn’t have.

After years of denying his submissive side, Entwined’s charity auction “Are you Dom Enough to be a sub?” gives Zack an excuse to get a little of what he’s always craved.

Andrew doesn’t know when his infatuation turned into more, but it kills him to see Zack with a constant parade of submissives. He’d refused to jeopardize his brother’s relationship or become Zack’s regret; however, Zack isn’t a kid anymore, and his brother’s relationship is unbreakable. Now Zack’s popularity and success as a Dom might ruin Andrew’s dreams of collaring him, but he can’t wait any longer to confess his feelings or he risks losing the man he loves forever.

 

EBook: https://www.dreamspinnerpress.com/books/lock-and-key-by-z-allora-7213-b

Paperback: https://www.dreamspinnerpress.com/books/lock-and-key-by-z-allora-7214-b

Please follow the rest of the blog tour. You can find the schedule at http://zallora.blogspot.com.

Big hugs,

Z. Allora

www.zallorabooks.com

http://zallora.blogspot.com

https://www.facebook.com/Z.Allora

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I would like to give a big Thank You to Z. Allora for letting us take place in her blog tour.

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