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H. M. Wolfe
25 March 2021
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What happens when they meet their soulmate, but they cannot be together?

Peyton has a wonderful life but lives with a secret that they believe would turn many people against them if it was revealed. When a new boy arrives, Peyton’s gains a friend. This friend has secrets of his own, but he brings with him several people who become important to Peyton, including their soulmate.

Ezra has lived through hell. Taken in by two amazing people who help him to recover and recuperate, he can’t help but wish that would be his life from them on, especially when he meets Peyton. Peyton is a breath of fresh air and they quickly become close, making plans for their future.

But when old enemies come knocking, Ezra and Peyton are in their path.

Will their enemies tear them apart or can true love prevail?

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Guest Post By H. M. Wolfe

To be honest, A Special Kind of Perfect was never meant to be. I don’t do standalone books; series with a continuous storyline and lots of characters migrating from one book to another—this is my jam. Peyton and Ezra were never meant to be more than two secondary characters in my first series, The Dragons’ House.

However, I didn’t take into account the love my alpha, Nicole Novack-Ricciotti, had, and still has for Peyton, the shy, sweet, generous intersex character who I didn’t pay to much attention to. I value Nicole very much, as an alpha, as a reader and as a friend, and I gave in every time she asked me to write more Peyton and Ezra scenes.

Of course, Ezra wasn’t meant to be a main character, either. He was taciturn, studious, reserved, and had a very hard time using words to express his feeling, but he didn’t need to, because his actions spoke volumes. Nicole was very fond of Ezra, because he loved Peyton in a very special, profound way.

The more I wrote about these two, together or in separate scenes, the deeper the connection between me and the two characters became, to the point I started to consider them real people. I discovered more and more qualities and nuances in each of them, and that made me fell in love with Peyton and Ezra a little more each time I wrote about them.

Nicole is my alpha and close friend, but above all, she is one of my most dedicated readers. Writing A Special Kind of Perfect was my way of showing her my gratitude and appreciation, but also an expression of the special relationship I developed over time with Peyton and Ezra. It was a wonderful journey, which wouldn’t have been possible was it not for the great love a reader had for the two characters and the faith she had in ability to tell their story.


H.M. Lives with the coolest Mom in the Universe and a fat, gay, submissive tomcat. She loves writing stories about boys and men who love, cherish, respect and protect other boys and men.


E.L. is an introverted, single mother and grandmother living with her furbaby Mortimer Mouse in the Rocket City USA. It’s where her love of all things of space history and science is satisfied with the Space and Rocket Center and Marshall Space Flight Center. She hopes one day to see man travel to the stars like in her favorite TV shows of Dr. Who, Firefly and Star Trek. In the meantime she loves to dive into the world of MM books, reading whatever she can get on her Kindle and interacting with her tribe of people on Facebook.

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