Author Archives: Enrique Cruz

Saint Brig- Free Book is Live

Saint Brig, a prequel to Missionary, is live, and free to download at all major retailers, including Amazon, Apple, Kobo, Google Play, and Barnes and Noble. Brig, a young man tossed out of his parent’s home on graduation day. Why? For daring to be himself. Unwilling to conform to their religion, or pretend to be […]

Missionary is now Live!

I’m proud to announce that my first full length novel is on sale at all major retailers, including Amazon, Barnes and Noble, Kobo, Apple, and Google Play. Dreams can come true, even when all hope for happiness has vanished. Fernando and Brig faced harsh realities as they grew into men. One was a street thug, […]

Crush Live on Amazon!

After pulling these stories from wide distribution a few weeks ago, both stories are now exclusively with Amazon! Crush On Sale Now .99! “I think I’m the only one in the world.” I laughed at the absurdity of that statement. “Nope, I hate to break it to you, but you are not the only man […]

Macho- Now in Kindle Unlimited!

Jared is too young, and I’ve got too much baggage. Owning Macho is enough, more than enough to keep me busy. I own the gym with my ex, Thorne. He’s Mr. Popular, and I’m the paper-pushing geek stuck in the office. The first time I saw Jared, he made me smile. His tenacity and will […]

Brig’s First Kiss

As I approach publication, I’m getting very excited- the main characters have invaded my brain in a good way. This is Brig’s first kiss. Gabriel popped out of his chair, and I almost thought he was going to make a run for the door. Keeping his head down, he started for the exit, grabbing my […]

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Late to the party- as usual

I have fallen in love with Jack and Ethan, the main characters from Enemies of The State, one of the best M/M romance novels I’ve read this year. Seriously, Tal Bauer’s writing is superb, and there is nothing better than action and adventure combined with political intrigue. Oh, well, yes, it does get better, with the […]