We ask: What do you think of Navy attitudes towards LGBT today?
Thanks for having me here on tour today, I appreciate invitation.
You’ve asked an interesting question. I was in the Navy for 20 years, and certainly saw changes, but never more than when Don’t Ask Don’t Tell was first enacted. It’s funny how that policy turned into a bad thing in it’s final years, because honestly, when President Clinton first signed it, that was a HUGE shift … Continue reading
Book 1 – Ty Hard
Tyler has used Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell as a shield against the truth since he was seventeen. Cut loose from his Navy career and mourning his mentor’s death, Ty must come to terms with his desire for another man, even while he fights to keep his PTSD from pulling him under. Rancher Cass Cartwright’s relationships never last more than a few hours, and that’s just the way he likes it. Now he’s done the one thing he swore never to do: fallen in love. Can … Continue reading