B.J. Scott and B.K. Wright

Authors of Exciting and Exotic Gay Fiction

The Escaped Murderer of Somerville

The Escaped Murderer of Somerville
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The man who killed an entire family is on the run and eluding authorities after escaping from the Rockfort Asylum. Claiming he has a Master to please, he hunts the curious teen who is determined to find him. In a twisted and bizarre cat and mouse game, Jerry is lured into the forest by the cries of a woman in distress, but discovers something much more sinister.

When I first got the idea of checking out the sewers, my friend Nick wasn’t supposed to go down with me.

“What are you doing?” I asked him.

“What does it look like I’m doing? I’m coming with you,” he said with a smile.

We reached a fork in the tunnel when one of the dim bulbs hanging over us flickered and gave out. “Nick,” I said as I shone the flashlight right in front of us. “Look at the wall and tell me what you see.”

“I see all sorts of green icky stuff growing on the walls,” he said.

I peeled off a bit and threw it to the ground.

Nick let out a nervous laugh as he watched me pull down another layer. “Come on, Jerry. Let’s get out of here.”

“Nick, turn off that bulb.”

He gave it a pull and the room fell into darkness. After a few seconds I began to see patterns form, but they didn’t make any sense to me. The best I could tell was that they were a mathematical code of some sort. I scribbled down the florescent code as best as I could.

“It looks like mathematics,” said Nick. “Do you think this entire room has some sort of codes written on the walls?”

“It’s possible,” I answered.


“It was good of you to finally come to me,” he said. A sinister grin was on his face as he stared at me.

“What do you want from me?” I asked.

“I want to make sure the deed is done,” James Pritchett smiled at me.

“What deed are you talking about?”

“It seems you haven’t been able to figure it out,” he grinned.

“Figure what out?” I asked.

“You found my hideout,” he said. He started to step towards me. “You found my notebook. You read my plans.”

“It was all gibberish to me,” I answered. “Where’s the girl?” I asked him.

“What girl?”

“The girl who was screaming for help,” I answered. “What did you do to her?”

“Your mind must be playing tricks on you,” he said. He wouldn’t stop smiling. “No one shouted for help.”

Forcing my body to listen to what my mind wanted it to do, I ran from him.

“I love it when they run,” he laughed in mirth.

“The Escaped Murderer of Somerville,” young adult mystery by A.J. Raven, is available exclusively from Amazon. Print book is also available from Amazon. Our website is http://www.beautobeau.com.

December 18, 2015 Posted by | adventure, ebooks, mystery/suspense, young adult fiction | , | Leave a comment

Somerville Mysteries – The Missing

Young Adult Mystery

Young Adult Mystery

When Jerry wants to write for the school newspaper, the editor decides to give him a chance to prove himself by writing something new and exciting to impress her. Jerry can think of nothing until a friend suggests checking out the missing person story that was recently in the news. Jerry searches through a stack of old newspapers and on the front page of one is a picture of a beautiful blonde haired blue eyed woman who went missing two months ago. She was young and recently married to a wealthy man, and so far the police have been unable to solve the mystery of her whereabouts. The rumors are rampant. Some say her husband murdered her, some say she died at the hands of an ex-boyfriend, and yet others claim that she ran away. One thing is certain – if Jerry can solve this mystery, the editor of the school newspaper will be more than impressed. In their perilous quest to solve the mystery, however, Jerry and his friends discover that some of the citizens of Somerville have gone to great lengths to ensure that this particular mystery is never solved.

Kate turned her car to the left and we found ourselves on a narrow road. Tall trees grew on either side of the road, and with the darkness around us, the whole environment was giving an eerie feel.

“This road leads out of town,” said Kate. “Why would she be driving here?”

I was about to tell Kate to turn the car back when it happened. Courtney’s car came to an abrupt halt and started to reverse. Kate pressed the brakes and her car stopped. I watched as the small blue car kept reversing, coming towards us.

“She is going to ram into us!” yelled Kate, her eyes wide open.

The blue car turned and faced us, its headlights on.

“Kate, duck, NOW!” I yelled, bowing my head.


I heard Courtney’s car slow down and then I heard it drive past us with speed.

“Why did you do that?” asked Kate, getting back up on her seat.

I got up and sat properly in the seat. Courtney seemed to have gone away. “I didn’t want her to see our faces,” I answered, pushing my glasses up on my nose.

“Our faces?” asked Kate in disbelief. “You have taken this lost rich lady case way into that weird head of yours.”

“Somerville Mysteries – The Missing”, young adult mystery by Farid-ul-Haq, is available in the Apple iBookstores, from Barnes & Noble, Amazon, Bookstrand, Rainbow ebooks, All Romance ebooks, Kobo ebooks, Sony, Google Play, and Coffeetime Romance. Also available in print from Amazon. Our website is http://www.beautobeau.com. For the iBookstore U.S. link, click on the Cover Above.

May 22, 2013 Posted by | adventure, mystery/suspense, young adult fiction | , , , | Leave a comment

Harvest Grove

Harvest Grove

Young Adult Fiction

Two weeks at her uncle’s farm seems like a life sentence to a young woman who recently celebrated her eighteenth birthday.  The two cute college guys her uncle has hired make it a little more appealing, however.  When Marly begins to hear barking dogs and the sounds of loud birds coming from the dark and dreary woods at the edge of the farm, she has to investigate.  Pushing her way through the thick foliage, in the clearing of the woods Marly discovers something she has never before seen.  Through the peculiarly present mist and fog, Marly sees silhouettes of what appear to be two men, but they are not the two young men hired to work for her Uncle Charlie.  Who are they and what are they doing?  Thinking that the two college guys are playing a joke on her, Marly sneaks to the woods often, but the loud noises and the men are not always present.  Do Uncle Charlie and Aunt Susan know about this?  And were the two men kissing?  No way!

Curious to know what was up with the mysterious college guys, Marly set the rake down and followed the footsteps of Marc and Koby into the trees. 

It seemed dark and dreary with the huge trees all around her and Marly almost turned around and went back when she heard what sounded like a dog barking.  “Doggie, here doggie,” she whispered.  She couldn’t keep herself from continuing toward the sound, but her curiosity had gotten her into trouble before and she had promised her mother that she would obey Charlie and Susan.  But Marly couldn’t help it.  “I have to know what that sound is.”  She whispered, “Doggie, here doggie”, again, but then the sound stopped suddenly.  All she could hear now was her own footsteps as they made a crunching sound on the dried leaves.  She pushed aside the thick foliage to get a look at what was no doubt hiding somewhere in the trees. 

It was too dark to see much of anything, but what Marly could see looked like the silhouette of a man or perhaps an animal.  She could not be certain which it was.  The shadow moved slowly just a few feet from where Marly was hiding.  She put her hand to her mouth when she saw him.  “He’s naked,” she nearly screamed.  The shadow moved to just behind a tree.  The man leaned over and Marly had a better view of his butt than she cared to have.


As they neared the woods, Marly stopped. 

“What’s wrong?” 

“Are we going in there?” 

“Sure, Marly, it looks scarier than it is.  There’s nothing in there.” 

Marly knew there were times when there was definitely something in there, but she didn’t want to look like a scared little girl in the presence of these two cute guys.  She followed as the young men made their way to the clearance where she had watched the erotic scene unfold last night. 

The three of them stood in the small clearance and looked up at the sunlight.  “See, Marly, nothing in here.” 

Marly looked around.  There was no sign of what had transpired here last night.

“Harvest Grove”, a new young adult gay fiction book by S. Wales, is now available at Amazon US, UK, DE; Barnes & Noble; Bookstrand; All Romance ebooks; 1 Place for Romance; eXstasy Books (Trapezium section); and coming soon to the Apple iBookstores.  For the Amazon US link, click on the picture above.

May 28, 2011 Posted by | adventure, gay romance, love story, young adult fiction | , , , , , , | Leave a comment

First Born


First Born

A young adult first love

This is Brent’s senior year in high school, and he has been looking forward to this very week for two years.  Brent is spending the entire week with his brother in his college dorm room.  When Brent arrives at the university, his brother is thrilled to see him.  Brent meets his brother’s best friend, Aean, while he is there, and experiences his very first college party.  Brent thinks that he knows his brother as well as he knows himself.  They have been as close as two brothers could be for as long as Brent has been alive.  During his week with his brother, however, Brent learns more about his brother, who he has adored and admired for as long as he can remember, than he had ever thought existed. 

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July 22, 2010 Posted by | gay romance, love story, young adult fiction | | Leave a comment