The Forester Universe is the fictional setting of novels, a novellas and several short stories by Kyell Gold, consisting primarily of homosexual furry romance and erotica. Two of the novels have won the Ursa Major Award for Best Anthropomorphic Novel.
- 1 Publications
- 1.1 Waterways
- 1.2 Out of Position
- 1.3 Isolation Play
- 1.4 Divisions
- 1.5 Uncovered
- 1.6 Over Time
- 1.7 Titles
- 1.8 Tales of the Firebirds
- 1.9 Ty Game
- 1.10 Bridges
- 1.11 Science Friction
- 1.12 Winter Games
- 1.13 Dude, Where's My Fox?
- 1.14 Dude, Where's My Pack?
- 1.15 Losing My Religion
- 1.16 The Time He Desires
- 1.17 Camouflage
- 1.18 Love Match: Book 1
- 1.19 Love Match: Book 2
- 1.20 Love Match: Book 3
- 2 References
Waterways is a novel of 294 pages. Kory was having enough trouble in high school. His girlfriend just dumped him, his poetry made him a target for ridicule, and college applications were looming. The very last thing he needed was to fall in love with another boy.
Out of Position
Out of Position is the first novel in the Out of Position series. Dev is a football player at Forester University, a small liberal arts college where he and his teammates get to strut around and have their pick of the girls on Friday nights. That's as good as it gets - until he meets Lee, a fox with a quick wit and an attractive body.
Isolation Play is the second novel in the Out of Position series. Devlin Miski thought coming out on national TV would be the hardest part about being a gay football player. But it's when his press conference is over that the trouble really starts. The athletic tiger and his boyfriend Lee, a fox with a tongue as quick as his wit, still won't get many breaks in their fight for understanding. They'll need to deal with a stubborn reporter determined to get a story any way he can, furious parents, and hostile teammates - not to mention each other.
Divisions is the third novel in the Out of Position series. It's been over a month since Devlin Miski came out publicly, and no other professional athlete has followed suit. Dev just wants to put it all behind him and play football, helping his Chevali Firebirds win their first-ever division title. If only his teammates—and everyone else—could just let it go, he'd be fine. But there's one teammate in particular who seems determined to make his life difficult…
Uncovered is the fourth novel in the Out of Position series. The playoffs are here, and Dev Miski's life has never been busier. If the Chevali Firebirds want to win their first championship, he'll need to play the best football of his life. But, as the only gay professional football player, he's beset by distracting demands for commercials and interviews.
Over Time is the fifth novel in the Out of Position series. Football season is over, and in the wake of a tumultuous year, Lee and Dev decide to take this quiet time to think about their relationship. But as their friends and family draw the couple into their own issues, the offseason becomes anything but quiet.
Titles is the sixth novel in the Out of Position series. Eight years after Dev Miski’s first championship game, he’s back in the playoffs chasing that elusive ring. Lee is chasing a promotion, one step closer to his dream job in the world of football. But Dev has a problem with his roommate, a flirty gay bobcat, and Lee is called upon to help a family member through a difficult transition. To get through these two weeks, they’ll have to remember who they are—and decide who they want to be.
Tales of the Firebirds
Tales of the Firebirds is a spinoff novel of the Out of Position series. Here are twelve stories about characters from Kyell Gold's award-winning "Out of Position" series. Includes all the bonus stories published in the hardcovers as well as stories published elsewhere and some never before seen, all collected in one place.
Ty Game is a spinoff novel of the Out of Position series. When a chance encounter in a dance club leads Ty to question his sexuality, the fox keeps it secret from everyone, even his gay teammate. After all, he's in the spotlight as the newest wide receiver of the playoff-bound Firebirds, and his parents are arranging a marriage for him. He can't let a hookup with a guy mess that up.
Bridges is a novella of 142 pages. Amir wants to meet a guy outside of a bar. Kinzi wants someone who won't cheat on him. Vico just wants a quick lay. In Gateway, when you need to meet someone, there's no-one better than sexy, flirty Hayward to get you just what you want-or at least have a good time trying. But when Hayward himself needs someone, who will be there to help?
Science Friction is a novella of 90 pages. Meet Vaxy the pine marten. He's a graduate student at sunny Hoffridge U., where he helps Dr. Forrest with teaching, lab work, and getting his pants off whenever things are slow.
Winter Games is a novella of 144 pages. Sierra Snowpaw is just at the Lonnegan Ski Resort looking for a good time. You can trust him. If he doesn't talk a lot about his past, well, a lot of guys have done things they'd rather forget. A lot of guys have been through things they'd rather forget, too.
Dude, Where's My Fox?
Dude, Where's My Fox? is a novella of 124 pages. Lonnie’s slept with exactly two guys in his life: his ex-boyfriend of three years Steven, and the fox he just hooked up with while drunk at a party. The fox didn’t leave his name, just his scent in Lonnie’s fur—but a scent is enough for a wolf to follow a trail. With his friends Derek the gym wolf and Jeremy the fashionplate rat helping him, Lonnie will learn lessons of dating, sex, and trust, and maybe he’ll find the fox whose scent is just right before the clock chimes midnight.
Dude, Where's My Pack?
Dude, Where's My Pack? is a novella of 124 pages and the sequel to Dude, Where's My Fox?. Now settled into the Port City gay community, Lonnie wants to pay it forward, so when he sees Scot looking uncomfortable at a huge party, he takes the white wolf under his wing. Scot, who misses the family pack he grew up with, wants to be more than friends too fast, and Lonnie's going to have to figure out how to let him down easy. But Scot brings up a question Lonnie doesn't have an easy answer for: where is his pack?
Losing My Religion
Losing My Religion is a novella of 126 pages. "Losing My Religion" is the story of Jackson Alley, a coyote in an all-male R.E.M. cover band trying his hardest not to grow up.
The Time He Desires
The Time He Desires is a novella of 140 pages. After thirty years, Aziz’s marriage now consists mostly of arguing about whether to sell their store to a developer. His wife has a social life, interests and plans for the future, but the pawnshop is Aziz’s connection to his community. And then one day a desperate fox rushes into the shop looking for the honeymoon tape his husband sold. Seizing on this chance to make a difference, the cheetah steps up to help save their crumbling marriage. A gay couple might not show him the way to a new life, but he’s running out of ways to save his old one.
Camouflage is a novel of 294 pages. Danilo has found the trick to being not-straight at a Catholic University: just fade into the background. Until the day he can't anymore, and bullies chase him to the river, where he falls in. When he emerges, the year is 1508 and he soon finds himself on the run from armed soldiers with two unlikely friends. As a white tiger in the sixteenth century, Danilo would be welcomed into the oppressive Church, but as a queer person, he could be imprisoned or burned at the stake.
Love Match: Book 1
Love Match: Book 1 is the first novel in the Love Match series. Rocky N’Guwe thought tennis would be the hardest thing he’d have to learn at Palm Gables Tennis Academy. But the young jackal finds himself navigating a new culture as well as his own sexuality and the volatile relationships of any high school, all while keeping himself focused on the professional career that will allow him to rescue his sister from an undesirable marriage back home. And looming in his future is Palm Gables alum and rising tennis star Braden Longacre, an abrasive cross fox whose path keeps crossing Rocky’s no matter how much the jackal tries to avoid him…
Love Match: Book 2
Love Match: Book 2 is the second novel in the Love Match series. Having left his tennis school, young jackal Rocky N'Guwe has to adjust to life on the professional tour, starting at the bottom. At least he's got the company of his mother and his boyfriend Marquize, and he can start earning enough money to bring his sister home from Africa. But between his mother insisting on coaching him and his boyfriend pulling him away from practice, Rocky's going to have to decide whether family and relationships are more important than the game he's given his life to--especially when he turns eighteen and adult problems pile onto that already-complicated life.
Love Match: Book 3
Love Match: Book 3 is the second novel in the Love Match series. Rocky's climbing the tennis ranks with an eye to becoming a top ten player. He's closer than ever to bringing his sister to the States, but his old foes aren't done with him yet and his relationships only get more complicated. Headed toward his first major tournament final and a clash with the enigmatic fox he's crossed paths with so often, he'll have to learn from his past to make the most of his future.
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