Eloreen Moon is a pen name for a writer, reviewer, beta reader/editor, and reader of all things romance, including alternate lifestyle (LGBT) stories and novels. Inspiration is all around and life will not limit her to one particular topic. She likes to read and write a blend of science fiction, fantasy, historical, paranormal, and sometimes more than one together, especially if romance is involved. However, cowboys, lawmen, and contemporary times are fun too. Love is love: Romance with a Twist.
In Real Life, she works full-time, has a blended family with children, and enjoys gardening, computer games, and nature.
She is on a variety of social media and can be contacted anytime from her website.
Together (Romance, LGBTQ)
Victor has loved El and En since high school. The problem is, they love each other and only see him as a friend. Victor leaves town, unable to cope with watching them together, but now he’s back—and his heart still feels the same.
El and En have had feelings for Victor for a long time, they just haven’t said anything. After all, a poly relationship isn’t something society looks upon kindly. But that isn’t going to stop them, not now they understand what missing Victor is like. They want their third, no matter what anyone says—they just have to find out whether Victor is up for the challenge.
Together again, individually, the three men know they’re meant to be a trio. The thing is, who will say so first? And will the dynamic work if Victor joins a stable couple? Can Victor fit in and have the relationship he’s dreamed of with the two men who have held his heart in their hands for what feels like forever?
Find out in Together.
Together was previously published in Beautiful Skin: A People of Color Anthology. Content has not changed.
QSF Flash Fiction Series
Discovery: QSF’s Second Annual Flash Fiction Contest
Flight: Queer Sci Fi’s Third Annual Flash Fiction Contest
Renewal: Queer Sci Fi’s Fourth Annual Flash Fiction Contest
Impact: Queer Sci Fi’s Fifth Annual Flash Fiction Contest
Migration: Queer Sci Fi’s Sixth Annual Flash Fiction Contest