Professions of Love

Age, class status, and wealth can't decide who you fall in love with.

Hearts Repaired

A confident doctor. A sexy mechanic. A May/December romance to fall in love with. Lawrence Barnsdale was stunned when he woke up next to a much younger man. This wasn’t his style. This wasn’t him. He knew the relationship was doomed when he realized that Curtis was smart, funny and an accomplished doctor. Why would …

Hearts Designed

A hot-shot architect. A burly barista. A second chance they didn’t see coming. Thomas Drake has never been a relationship guy. And he’s sure not looking for his next hook-up when he stops by the Brass Lamp for coffee, and he can’t keep his eyes off the hot older guy pulling espresso behind the counter. …

Hearts Revised

A seductive dancer. An inexperienced Officer. A chance to right the wrongs. Brice danced in the shadows of his rival, Zephyr. The man who got everything they both auditioned for. When Brice decided it was time to settle down, Zephyr swooped in and stole the choreographer job away, revealing a little too much of his …

Caraway Carter

has worn numerous hats. He’s been a furniture salesman, a dresser, a costumer, an actor/waiter, a rabble-rouser, a poet and most recently a writer. He loves words and stringing them together, he loves sex and sexy men, and he writes relationship fiction that reminds you–it’s never too late for love. And he has lived his tagline. He married his husband on Halloween, at the age of forty-nine, and they are the loving parents of an adorable cat named Molly.


What readers are saying.

am however a huge fan of good writing, and Caraway Carter delivers. This is not a book about sex. It’s about the dark side that we all have, the place where we hide our misdeeds to others or justify our bad behavior. Carter weaves a spellbinding story of cruelty, abuse, compassion and deliverance.

I can’t wait for his next book. ~Tari

7 With 1 Blow

The best surprise for me was the depth these characters show despite being such a short story. Over the course of the book, we get to see Jon and Davi interact like real people, not strictly love-interests… I really liked that these characters get to know each other as people and they show shades of complexity like anyone else, even in such a short story. ~Joyfully Jay

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