A Barlow Lens by Elizabeth Noble



Book Name: A Barlow Lens

Book Two of the Circle series. Can be read alone, but best read as a series.

Goodreads Link: https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/22961574-a-barlow-lens

Author Name: Elizabeth Noble

Author Bio:

Elizabeth Noble started telling stories before she actually knew how to write, and her family was very happy when she learned to put words on a page. Those words turned into fan fiction that turned into a genuine love of M/M romance fiction. Being able to share her works with Dreamspinner is really a dream come true. She has a real love for a good mystery complete with murder and twisty plots as well as all things sci-fi, futuristic, and supernatural and a bit of an unnatural interest in a super-volcano in Wyoming.

Elizabeth has three grown children and is now happily owned by an adorable mixed breed canine princess named Rosie, and two cats, Murphy and Yeti. She lives in her native northeast Ohio, the perfect place for gardening, winter and summer sports (go Tribe!). When she’s not writing she’s working as a veterinary nurse, so don’t be surprised to see her men with a pet or three who are a very big part of their lives.

Two of Elizabeth’s books have received Honorable Mentions in the Rainbow Awards.


Where can you find Elizabeth Noble?

Website  http://www.elizabeth-noble.com

Circles website:  http://elizabeth-noble-circles.weebly.com/

Dreamspinner page: http://www.dreamspinnerpress.com/store/index.php?cPath=55_423

Dreamspinner Author Arcade: http://www.dreamspinnerpress.com/AuthorArcade/i398-elizabeth-noble

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Publisher: Dreamspinner Press

Cover Artist: TL Bland


While planning a future with his partner, Val, Wyatt’s past refuses to be forgotten. Wyatt’s old friend asks him to look into the mysterious death of her uncle in a fire back in 1927, when men were silent, tough, and did not love other men—except when they did. Working with Val, Wyatt digs up clues uncovering the truth behind the tragic school fire and the one responsible. The story of Tom and Philip slowly reveals itself, and Wyatt and Val realize nothing is as simple as they originally believed. As their trail heats up, an old enemy of Wyatt’s decides he’s waited long enough for revenge. If Wyatt can’t tie everything together, history might repeat itself.

Categories: Contemporary, M/M Romance, Mystery, Thriller


Once they were back at their hotel, Wyatt ushered Val into their room, not bothering with the light. They were high enough up there was no need to close the drapes, and light from the city cast a soft glow over them.

As Val unbuttoned his suit jacket, Wyatt stepped up behind him, placing his palms on Val’s shoulders, then rubbing lightly up and down his arms a few times. “Let me give you a hand.” Wyatt eased the jacket off and kissed the side of Val’s neck, nudging his head to the side as he did so. A low moan rumbled out of Val’s chest. Wyatt dropped the jacket on a chair and slipped his hands under Val’s shirt, caressing Val’s skin with his fingertips.

When he reached Val’s tightening nipples, he rubbed small circles until Val’s hips jerked. Val shuddered and pulled in a quick, shaky breath, making Wyatt smile. Val’s tie and shirt joined his jacket. Wyatt ran his hands over Val’s torso before returning them to Val’s shoulders. He lightly traced the scars on Val’s shoulder with first his finger, then his tongue.

Val’s surgery to repair the damage done in the course of stopping some seriously dangerous people who had been trying to force jockeys to throw races, had left several scars. They weren’t red, raised, and angry anymore. Val never complained about them hurting, but the marks were still puckered and darker than the surrounding skin.

“You know,” Val whispered between dragging in a breath and panting it out again. “That first time we went out to dinner, I was so worried you’d think I was some uncouth, country hick because I don’t know about wine and art. And that I was too young to bother with.”

“Hmm, do you know what I worried about when I was thirty?” Wyatt scraped his teeth across Val’s shoulder blades.

“N-no. What?”

“Getting a sweet piece of hot ass,” Wyatt said in a low voice.

Val laughed. “Well, you’re sort of slow. Took you long enough. Worth the wait?”

“Oh, hell, yes.” Wyatt maneuvered Val to the bed.

Pages or Words: 32,000 words


What are you reading right now?

The Dresden Files and Discovery Magazine

Who are three of your favorite authors? Why?

Most of my favorite authors write non-fiction, Edwin C Krupp, Michio Kaku and Carl Sagan. They’re my favorites because I enjoy the subject matter they write about a great deal.

What is a typical writing day for you?

On days I work I usually write, or work on edits, for a few hours in the evening. Before I begin writing I go back over the previous day’s work, make corrections and do self-editing. If I have to complete any research I usually try to do that before I get started on writing. That way I can concentrate on what I want to write.

What is your writing space like?

I have an office and nice comfortable chair. When the weather permits I take my laptop outside to the patio. I call that my outside office.

What are some of your hopes for 2015?

I’d like to have four to five books published while keeping up with my garden, lawn and house!

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