Grace Risata

  • Bar Fights and Blue Birds by Grace Risata

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    Let’s just say, hypothetically, that you found out you were living a lie. The father you thought had died before you were born… well, he’s alive and ready for a meet and greet.

    What would you do?

    If you were me, you’d go on an epic cross-country road trip in order to learn the truth.

    Along the way, new friendships are formed with unlikely allies, a few enemies are made, and there’s definitely more than a little romance… but that’s to be expected, right?

    They do say that getting there is half the fun…

  • Unicornia by Grace Risata

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    After a rough week at work, Michael Willows goes out in search of a quick hook-up at his local bar. What he encounters there is anything but ordinary.

    This erotic short story contains a unique mating ritual between a male and female, a main character who’s a total jerk, humor, and a few plot twists and turns along the way.

  • The Reluctant Gigolo by Grace Risata

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    It’s been said that love sneaks up on you when it’s least expected.

    Whoever came up with that phrase was spot on in my case. After being stood up by a blind date, I accidentally met the man of my dreams.

    The only issue?

    He’s a former male escort… an ex-gigolo… a retired prostitute… a… well… you get the picture.

    Complicating matters is my socially awkward best friend and partner in crime, my overprotective obnoxious brother who does not approve of my budding relationship, and a few other major players that do their part to stir the pot.

    With the deck stacked against us, what’s it going to take to find my happily ever after?

  • My Dirty Vacation by Grace Risata

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    “When you think of Las Vegas, what comes to mind? Most likely it’s fine dining, extravagant shows, and lots of gambling. Not in my world. Not when you’re surrounded by alpha males with a penchant for violence who ignore your meticulously crafted itinerary and expect you to ‘go with the flow.’ Why does nothing EVER turn out like I plan?”