Ash

Ash Bushfires Bastards and LoveAustralia has always been dangerousBen Ashman is a man trapped in a small coastal town with only the three F s for distraction fishing firefighting and fucking Yet he face

  • Title: Ash
  • Author: Lance V. Ramsey
  • ISBN: 9781500767150
  • Page: 140
  • Format: Paperback
  • Bushfires, Bastards and LoveAustralia has always been dangerousBen Ashman is a man trapped in a small coastal town with only the three F s for distraction fishing, firefighting and fucking Yet he faces two problems his thug of a father and half brothers, and the fact that he sleeps with men He keeps his head down, and tries to stay out of trouble Most of the yearBushfires, Bastards and LoveAustralia has always been dangerousBen Ashman is a man trapped in a small coastal town with only the three F s for distraction fishing, firefighting and fucking Yet he faces two problems his thug of a father and half brothers, and the fact that he sleeps with men He keeps his head down, and tries to stay out of trouble Most of the year, that is.Then Christmas rolls around and the sweltering summer brings blokes on their break and bushfires to battle Into town comes Adrian King rich, confident and good looking Adrian seems a great catch, and he s luring for Ben s attention Yet the path to happiness is rough a time of trials by fire The choices they make in love and their lives may soon become a matter of survival

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    About "Lance V. Ramsey"

    1. Lance V. Ramsey

      It is perhaps poetic irony that the only act of terrorism on Australian soil to date occurred when a man put a bomb in a bin, which was promptly collected, killing a garbo behind the Hilton Hotel A few months later a bunch of confirmed homosexuals walked down Oxford Street in Sydney and were promptly arrested In a friendly house, between this conjunction of fear ascendant and prejudice declining, Lance was born.He grew up in leafy Sydney, where a childhood of constant weather and changing values delivered him into an entirely pleasant and unremarkable adulthood, which might have provided no angst to grist the literary wheel Fortunately this did not last.He now lives in London with his partner and their two housecats Their miaows retain an Aussie twang He would like to be a politician, but for all the skeletons in his closet.You can contact the author by email lancewrites gmail or Twitter lancewrites

    555 thoughts on “Ash”

    1. What a great plot full of interesting and great characters. This is Christmas Australia style with the added bonus of an out of control Bush fire and nasty relatives.Rich, city boy Adrian has bought a vacation house in a small coastal town and there he meets Ben, firefighter and all-round hunk. Both characters carry with them a certain amount of baggageeir families, and things turn nasty for both protagonists. Loved it. A couple of things jarred. The conversations between Adrian's group of gay f [...]


    2. This book is what I call a challenging read, but well worth the effort because of its rich emotional reward. The challenge of the book comes threefold. For one thing the book is based in Australia and uses a lot of terminology that I’m guessing is used down under. A glossary would have helped, but maybe not as the second challenge is that the author uses a lot of fragments in place of full sentences. While this does create a feeling of spontaneity, his overuse of fragments plus the practice of [...]


    3. Really enjoyed this. Longer review to follow. The description of the bushfire was spot on. You could hear the crackle, smell the smoke and taste the ash. Loved the banter amongst the friends which, for once, seemed real. Bitchiness and all. The punctuation threw me for a bit until I discovered it is UK non fiction style. Sort of.



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