QSFer Matt Converse has a new MM horror book out: Window Watcher.
Murder is in the eye of the beholder. In this M/M nod to Alfred Hitchcock’s classic Rear Window, Heston is a writer who spends most of his life alone in his own little world. One spring day he pulls up his window shades and sees more than he ever imagined.
The gorgeous and younger Icarus wants Heston to commit to love. To prove himself, he ends up trying to solve a murder without either of them becoming the next victim. A peek into a stranger’s life can turn from sexy to deadly in the blink of an eye. What you see isn’t always what you get.
I look back up, and stare at the window for several more minutes. There’s no sign of him so I decide to walk away— and then think, well…maybe one more minute. I stare up at the window for several more minutes and then sigh, telling myself, I guess the show is over for today. I laugh at myself for hoping for more— I really do need to get out more. Just as I’m about to walk away from the window-watching, he appears again and the plot quickly thickens— he’s not alone. He’s standing sideways with his shirt off, but now another guy is standing across from him, talking to him. A screen is in his lower window, so I can faintly hear their voices, but not what they’re saying. My heart starts beating faster. What’s going on here? Is he gay? Is this a hook up I’m witnessing? It’s getting more exciting by the minute. I definitely should come out of my writing cave more often. Just then, the other guy brushes back his tan blond hair and leans in to kiss him. Now, I’m definitely feeling excited. But the guy that lives there turns his head away. Is he not gay after all? What the hell is this about? This is a plot twist I didn’t see coming.
Suddenly, he slaps the blond guy across the face. It’s a loud smack— I almost jump it startles me so much. I didn’t expect this. Are they going to fight? Did a gay friend of his just hit on him? He squeezes the guy’s lips between his thumb and forefinger and barks something at him. I think they are going to fight. Instead, he pushes the blond guy’s head down, then pushes him to his knees. My eyes widen. Oh my god he didn’t want to kiss, but he’s now making him blow him! I guess the slap was just a little foreplay, these two must like it a little rough. Even though I’m not into rough play myself, this seems more like role play so I’m getting excited myself like I’m watching a free live porn show or something. I see the blond guy’s head going back and forth, but I can’t quite get a good view of exactly what my new neighbor is working with. My eyes dart around for a second, making sure no one is watching me watch. I feel myself getting more and more excited, and feel just a little mischievous for taking in this little show. This is getting good! I’m definitely being a voyeur now. But just then the guy reaches over and pulls the blind down. The show’s over, just like that. Damn! I was just starting to get worked up. I again have to laugh at myself for being so into it.
Matt Converse of San Francisco is the bestselling author of the three book series #1 LGBT Horror bestseller Obsexsion, Strip Shot, and Behind the Velvet Curtain, erotic horror shocker Leather Head and his latest release Window Watcher. He aspires to bring diversity to the publishing world.
Like his idol Alfred Hitchcock, his books are sexy, smart and full of suspense but told in a style one reviewer called “a new kind of writing, like he was speaking just to me.” Another said of Leather Head, “the suspense tried to kill me.” A Matt Converse book is simply one you can not put down. Social media links
Amazon profile: https://www.amazon.com/Matt-Converse/e/B00TKCCVWY/