Tag: #timon

May 26, 2023

Heartwarming Tales of Love: Experience The Power of Gay Romance Books

You might have noticed a few disapproving looks while standing in line at the bookstore, or perhaps your friend gave an exaggerated eye roll when you pulled out your beloved romantic beach read. The best gay romance books often face criticism from those who fail to grasp why many of us are captivated by these heartwarming tales.  However, many of us have read the romance […]

February 23, 2023

Future plans – discussions and debate

“So it is the same man!” he realised. “Is that your plan for the day, then?” he asked eventually, as she only smiled. How would Paris feel about losing her mother again? It could feel no further than France, if Elena could be relied on to act as a taxi when needed across time and space, but if she couldn’t be relied on then it […]

January 26, 2023

Unexpected Confessions and Returning to calm

“I don’t want to hear any excuses,” Stolid said. In that moment Timonthy suddenly realised something. Stolid was wearing the same casual grey tunic and trousers he had been wearing at the nativity play. Although they didn’t look as respectable as they had then with blueberry stains and creases spoiling the look. “Did you go to a nativity play today?” he asked surprised. “To be […]

January 19, 2023

After the Storm and Lizzie’s Adventure

There was a knock on the door. “Hello, are you decent?” It was Lizzie’s voice. “Come in,” Timonthy invited her as Koa gave him a wry grin. “Stolid said you were being checked out because you’d had a shock. I wanted to make sure you were alright,” Lizzie gushed. “I’m completely fit apparently,” Timonthy boasted, “better than I’ve been for years probably. Have you been […]

January 6, 2023

Further Depressing Conversation.

“Did he say why he wanted to go home?” Timonthy asked knowing it wasn’t the point but he had to say something, still looking at Gerald in the distance with a lump in his throat. “He said, he thought I needed a break. I was not happy apparently and he wanted to go back somewhere we had been happy, he said. I said that might […]

December 29, 2022

Back to Sanity – Soul Searching!

“Is it so bad?” Timonthy asked. “I mean he still loves you. You know Johnathon has many good qualities but he’s never professed to be perfect before.” Stolid and it was Stolid this time, whatever the veneer of his new character had added to him, stared at him blankly. Timonthy felt uncomfortable. He knew that he had been shocked by Johnathon’s admission because he had […]

December 8, 2022

The Storm

“I’m not a youth,” Gerard protested. “Compared to me you are young.” “I’m not denying that I would prefer it if you were a younger man,” Gerard said solemnly. “But that can’t be, and it’s the ‘you’ that’s important, not your age. Yes, so Damon Ich is younger and beautiful, and could theoretically be any age he wanted to be, but he still isn’t you. […]

November 24, 2022

On the Way to the Lake.

“You’re still here,” Gerard said. “Did you find some tea then?” Timonthy waved his cup in his direction without speaking. He didn’t want to appear uninviting but he wasn’t sure that Gerard’s presence was useful then. Johnathon and he weren’t solving anything though, just sitting around bemoaning fate: not even fate, just consequences. Also he was aware he needed to talk to Gerard about recent […]

November 3, 2022

Unreality settling in and More Disturbing Revelations.

“I’ll be there at dinner,” Peter said. “Doing my best to answer any questions that Gerard can’t answer. He’ll be more forthcoming now that he is no longer obliged to keep Stolid’s secrets. I’ve just got something I need to do first.” He disappeared before they realised and they stared at each other across the empty space. “He can travel wherever he wants,” Paris commented […]

October 20, 2022

Suspicion and Further Proof

“Is that enough Gerard?” Peter asked. Gerard shrugged his shoulders and Peter presumably took this to mean yes as they found themselves back in the quiet circle of grass surrounded by trees again. There was a silence. It was difficult to break, Timonthy thought awkwardly. ‘What could be said to sum up an experience like that?’ The light wind rustled the leaves of the heavily […]