Jay Northcote – author of LGBTQ romance

men in love

I f you like thoughtfully-written queer romance with hotness, humour, and a dash of angst to balance the sweetness then my books are for you. I write mainly contemporary male/male romance set in the UK, which often focuses on themes of self-discovery and exploration.

“I look forward to each of Jay Northcote’s books because I know what to expect: a sexy, romantic, lighthearted read with pitch-perfect prose and a happy-ever-after.”

DANI – MY FICTION NOOK

latest release

WHERE LOVE GROWS

When two broken men look to each other for help, an unexpected romance blooms. 

Stephen’s home, deep in the heart of the Welsh valleys, suits his reclusive nature. However, as he recovers from illness, he’s struggling to manage alone. As nature reclaims the land he’s poured his heart into cultivating, he becomes increasingly unhappy. His only outlet is his blog, where he documents the decline of the garden that had been his pride and joy.

Luke is more used to a concrete jungle. He was a high-flyer, living and working in London, until addiction sent him into free fall. Now on the road to recovery, he still wants to make some changes, but he’s unsure where to find the purpose and fulfilment he craves…

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It is impossible to read Jay’s books and not get caught up in his characters’ lives

 HELENA STONE – THE WAY SHE READS

 

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Nothing Special re-release announcement

Hey everyone, I wanted to let you know that Nothing Special has been re-released as a self pub and is now live on Amazon at the new lower price of $2.99 (or equivalent). It’s also available to borrow on Kindle Unlimited for the first time ever. It has a gorgeous new...

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Mud & Lace (Rainbow Place 4) is out!

It's finally here! Mud & Lace (Rainbow Place #4) is live on Amazon and available to buy or borrow via Kindle Unlimited. When Wicksy falls for drag queen Charlie, they discover that both sexuality and gender can be fluid. Simon Wicks—Wicksy to his rugby...

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