Moit Miller

Moit is the author of Christmas Vacation, a short erotica romance from Leap of Faith Publishing. This is her first publication of what she hopes to be many, although she has been writing (fanfiction) for over 15 years. She is proud to say that fandom has given her the space to practice her craft and the confidence to share it.

Formally, Moit holds a masters degree in literature and a bachelors degree in communication. By day, she works in a writing center, and by night, she writes what she affectionately calls "gay porn."

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  Overtime by Moit Miller

GLBT M/M Romantic Suspense

Balancing police work and marriage is quite the challenge, and after a fight with his husband, Kevin puts himself into a potentially deadly situation.

Kevin risks his life for strangers every day, and sometimes that means sacrificing his marriage. When the job turns ugly, will he get the chance to see his husband again? Or will he go down in the line of duty trying to protect someone else?

  Christmas Vacation

Holiday M/M Romance

Jack thought his best friend Louie was straight, but when they kiss unexpectedly, he wants nothing more than to find out what his friend is hiding under all those layers. Will he give in to his base urges, even if it could cost him his oldest friendship?

  Without You, It's Not Christmas

Holiday M/M Romance

Cedar River, Michigan is a wonderful place to fall in love. Some people see change as a good thing, but there are a few others who can't let go of the "old ways." "Breeds should stay within their breeds," they say.

Nik and Jordan are about to spend the holidays apart for the first time in their relationship. Neither wants this, but Jordan's two kids will be devastated if he's not there for Christmas. So amid tears, hugs and I love you's, the two part and Jordan gets on a plane for California. All either can think during the week apart is that it's just not Christmas when they're not together. Will the two lovers make it through the long week? Will a Christmas surprise neither was expecting make the separation worth it all?