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  • Writer's pictureVivi Anne Hunt

RELEASE DAY of To Trust and To Touch: My mistakes, funny Alex impressions, and next book teasers.

Hi precious peeps!

The day is upon us! My book, To trust and To Touch, is finally out!


So today I give you a couple of videos - because I went a little crazy and I wanted to break things down into two parts instead of giving you one monster of a video. :D

In the first one, I tell you how everything went wrong in this launch - okay, I'm exaggerating, but some things went awfully wrong, and I share exactly what happened - what I did to fix it, and also share some funny impressions of Alex, my main character, who decided to show on camera and read some book reviews. LOL.

In the second video, I share inside the book, read a quick excerpt, read some lovely reviews, and answer some questions my ARC readers asked me. Last time I did the same for Kai's Healing Smiles, and answering those questions was the funnest part.

I also give book teasers from my next books and end up actually crying. LOL.

So I did it again. Enjoy. :)

Finally, like I mentioned in both videos, there's a BOOK GIVEAWAY going on that you can enter to win a signed copy of my book - it's international - and all of the book swag I showed you. Just enter and follow as many of the steps as you can, for bonus points.

Good luck and thank you so much for being a part of this journey.

This book was tricky to launch because, as I said in the video, there were some problematic bits I had to fix in the last minute, but I am so grateful for all your feedback and support. I couldn't do it without you. And now, we celebrate. :)

Let me know if you have any questions, and I hope you'll give the book a chance.


The book.

To Trust and To Touch is a Gay MM Romance Book with the tropes hurt comfort, age gap, and single dad.

You can watch, but you can’t touch.

Alex performs at the infamous adult club, Kink World. He’s only in it for the money, and he has one rule: no touching. He doesn’t trust anybody that much. However, a chance encounter with a man who is the very epitome of the word safe may change all that. A man who runs a charity for abandoned queer kids, who has a five-year-old daughter, and who is unlike anyone Alex has ever met.

After years of focusing on raising his daughter and running his charity, Sigh’s status quo is shaken up when he meets a man covered in vine tattoos outside his brother's club. The young man stirs a longing he has ignored for far too long. However, he seems unwilling to let anybody in, so Sigh faces an insurmountable challenge to overcome these barriers and find some way to connect.

Will Alex ever let someone touch him? Will Sigh find somebody to fill the emptiness? Will the men find a way to heal together?

CW: SA, PTSD, unaliving, drug abuse, mature language, content, and violence


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