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Rainbow Snippets ~ June 25th



This week’s Rainbow Snippet is taken from my taboo story

Let Your Heart Decide


Let Your Heart Decide


Reaching the wall, I placed my hands on the damp stone and gripped it hard. I drew in a calming breath, prepared to leap back, frightened that something or someone would jump up and scare the life out of me. I peered into the gloom, giving my sight the chance to adjust to the darkness. Tree trunks and branches, undergrowth and smaller bushes came into view—nothing untoward.

I removed my suddenly cold hands from the wall.

A soft rustling drew my attention downward. A mouse or rabbit, I hoped, although I tensed again anyway. That eerie, uneasy feeling persisted.

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About Lily G Blunt - Gay Book Promotions

About the Author Lily G. Blunt enjoys writing contemporary gay romance and paranormal stories. She loves to explore the relationship between two or more men and the intensity of their physical and emotional attraction. Angst often features in her stories as she feels this demonstrates the depth of feelings between them. Lily is often inspired by the lyrics to songs and is forever writing imaginary scenes and plots in her head. Only a few of these ever make their way to the page. Lily reviews for several blogs and has recently launched Gay Book Promotions, an online book promotion service for authors of LGBT+ romance and fiction. She loves to hear from readers and other authors. You can find her contact information and social media links at and

8 responses

  1. Still gives me the chills. I remember that when I read it it was so vivid I could smell the dampness and the greenery. I love this book. 💟


  2. rebeccajamesgayromance

    Now I’m uneasy.


  3. Love the tension/nervousness, the relief/let down that there was nothing there, and the return of the tension.


  4. Lots of tension in this, makes me wonder what’s coming and if there is a reason for the level on unease. Feels like that moment in a horror movie right before the killer strikes.


  5. Spooky scene. Fantastic job setting the mood.


  6. Antonia Aquilante

    Loved how you set the mood here.


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