Kyle, the hero of my Magic University series, is my ultimate poetic hero. I’ve made him an actual poet, but he’s also something of a sex god. It turns out that Kyle has certain inborn magical talents in the area of sex magic. He has very good prowess with both male and female lovers and his sensitivity, rather than making him a passive lover, attunes him to his partners’ needs. Kyle is very good at delivering the sex that any given lover wants.
Is that a lot to wish for? Perhaps I’ve been lucky in my life to have lovers who have been beautiful bisexual boys of Kyle’s type, as sexually voracious as any men I’ve known, while at the same time having a sensitive side that was closely connected to their sensual side. Book reviewers have noted that Kyle’s bisexuality creates moments of empathy and connection for him and his female lovers that make him relatable for the female reader, as well. I hadn’t even quite realized that was what I was doing: I had started out just trying to write the character I wanted to fall in love with myself.
Kyle is on a quest for true love in Magic University. In book three, The Incubus and the Angel, which just launched, he finds affection, friendship, lust, and companionship with both female and male students, as he navigates growing up and finding out not just what his lovers need, but what he needs for himself. Ultimately Kyle will have to face the fact that his obsession with Timothy Frost is more than just an accidental fixation as a result of a spell. Until he settles the score with Frost, Kyle will never get his happy ending.
You’ll have to wait until book four (The Poet and the Prophecy, coming in September) to find out exactly how Kyle’s quest turns out. But I can tell you this much: this beautiful bi boy will find true love.