‘Noble Dimensions’ Series by Erin O’Quinn #LGBT #Spotlight #MM MMRomance #ContemporaryRomance #Action #Drama #Suspense #Series

Rainbow Gold Reviews is happy to spotlight our featured author Erin O’Quinn this week. We will be highlighting Erin’s new release in the ‘Noble Dimension’ series as well as books 1&2. 

Drifter Rick Hendrickson has a secret, one he’s tried to keep even from himself as he moves along the spine of California’s great midsection, working as a migrant field hand. Unconsciously running from memories of his youth, Rick has left California for Nevada, where he thinks he’ll find work. Tony Grazzo has just graduated from Nevada U with a Poli Sci degree. A would-be law student, he suddenly finds himself back in his hometown of Noble, Nevada to attend his mom’s funeral and to look after his grief-filled father. He’s gladly left behind a smothering girlfriend who’s become dependent on him, all the while she’s shut out every friend Tony has tried to keep. One night in a seedy bar, Rick and Tony meet. Their affair is fast and unrestrained, in spite of Tony’s awkward naivete and Rick’s shrouded history. Both men begin to plan a future together But their pasts return to shatter their dreams. How can these two men find happiness, when steel bars and the prison of anguished memories separate them? If love hurts this bad, can it also heal?


Mending fences, chasing dreams. Brew Lloyd, openly gay, has come back to his hometown of Noble, Nevada to live in his parents’ home while they travel to see his dying uncle for the last time. Since graduation he’s been gone four years, avoiding his gay-hating father who now maneuvers him into securing a summer job at The Chase, a ranch owned by his friend Roy. There Brew finds himself face to face with an old fantasy—the rancher’s son Chase, former football hero at the local high school. For his part, Chase has struggled with his sexuality for years. Even though hugely popular in school, he’s shunned the dating life in favor of staying on the ranch. Unable to come to terms with his frequent fantasies of a young man he’d secretly admired in high school, he pours his energies into his ranch work. When he sees Brew again after six years, he’s at last forced to confront his hot desire for the glib guy who’s not shy about his own sexual preference. As these two young men get closer, two other men stand in the way. The first is a crooked federal agent. The other is Brew’s lawyer father, who could never guess that his own son is having an affair with an ex-football player. Look on the author’s Amazon author page, under the previous edition of The Chase, to find 14 reviews.


Shawn Murphy, a Nevada game warden, is a different kind of cop. With more than 10,000 miles of wilderness to serve and protect, he’s put a lot of miles on his F250 truck in the pursuit of poachers, arsonists, freewheeling miscreants and others. But when he meets a falconer named Dylan Morgan, he discovers how hard it can be to enforce the law.

Dylan’s a poacher, a wild-eyed falconer who’s lost his bird to the scorching blue skies of the Paiute Range. It should be easy for Shawn to fine the man and let him go…but he’s wounded and needs his help. To make the situation a little more complicated, Dylan’s also a gay man needing more than a bandage on his foot.

Hours after meeting Dylan, Shawn encounters a different kind of poacher—a violent man with murder on his mind who leaves him to the mercy of the parched wilderness.

After leaving the ICU and in spite of the odds, he goes in search of a man who’s already tried to kill him, one who’s slaughtering bighorn sheep to sell their horns. Dylan, pining for his trained bird Godfrey, joins the hunt, hoping for a sign of his vanished falcon. On a quest into Nevada’s harsh wilderness, both men find something else—something without a name they’ve both been looking for all their lives.

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Noble, Nevada

The Chase

Looking for Godfrey

Erin O’Quinn earned a BA (English) and MA (Comparative Literature) from the University of Southern California. Her life has been a pastiche of fascinating vocations—newspaper marketing manager, university teacher, car salesperson, landscape gardener—until now, in relative retirement, she lives and writes in a small town in central Texas.

O’Quinn has authored more thgan 50 books. Two-thirds are M/M mystery-romance. The others are fantasy for all ages and M/F romance-fantasy.


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