Sinith Killiri

Librarian Braden Hollace wasn't open about being gay in a small Texas town, so whenever he saw the gorgeous cowboy across the street from the library, he refused to approach him and shatter his fantasy about the man. Instead, he put his focus on stopping the town council from banning gay literature.

Mayor and handsome, irresistible rancher Eric McCaffrey kept his sexual preferences to himself. He devoted his time to things he found important, and the impending literature ban wasn't on his list. And he told that very thing to the librarian who called him to protest.

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But when Braden and Eric hook up at a nightclub in the city, they never imagined their night of passionate sex could turn into an affair of the heart...


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About Sineth Killiri

Sineth Killiri is single, has one son and lives in the beautiful state of Alabama. When not working as an online retailer, her days are spent writing love stories for mature audiences. Sineth is a pseudonym for romance author, Brenda Williamson, who is a member of The Author's Guild, Romance Writers of America, several of its sub-chapters, and Novels Inc.


An Interview with Sineth Killiri
By Holly Hewson for The Romance Studio

HH: Sineth, thank you for talking with us at TRS! Your featured book is Cowboy Obsession. Where did you get the idea for this sizzling story of a librarian and a rancher?

SK: When I decided to write a m/m story, I had to give consideration to the types of men there are, ie Alphas and Betas. A Cowboy fits the perceived image of an Alpha and who better than the stereotypical meek librarian to be his opposite. Still, I don't always go with ready molds, so you'll find my librarian a bit more aggressive than you might imagine.

HH: What can you tell us about Braden and why will readers identify with him?

SK: While Braden the librarian isn't an introvert with his nose stuck in a book, he isn't the overtly suave stud on the prowl. And a small rural town doesn't make him want to jump up and shout that he's gay. So like many people, he's an everyday guy struggling to be himself without embarrassing himself. Who hasn't had that thought when approaching someone you're attracted to?

HH: What do you like about Eric and why will readers adore him?

SK: Eric is the cowboy, the town mayor, the gorgeous man that Braden has become obsessed at watching from between the blinds of the library window. He's the kind of guy that you feel is out of your reach. But then you talk to him, get to know him, discover he's just as attracted to you as you are to him, so who doesn't adore a man that wants to make you happy?

HH: What else do you have in store for lucky readers?

SK: I'm currently working on a sequel to Cowboy Obsession that tells the story of the gay ranch hand, Peter. Who makes a brief appearance in Braden and Eric's story. When Peter finds himself up against a smooth-talking city boy that wants to be his stud, he tries to resist temptation, sure the fellow is shallow and self-centered and only wants to use him.

HH: How much of your day is devoted to your writing career?

SK: Every minute I can spare. It fluctuates drastically. Some days I get to spend sixteen hours writing and other days I manage only one.

HH: What goals have you set for yourself in your career?

SK: The ultimate goal is to have an income that allows me to write full time.

HH: Where can readers find you online?

SK: Sineth Killiri is my gay writer pseudonym. You won't find her many places yet. Cowboy Obsession is her first book and is available at

HH: What are you reading at the moment?

SK: Highway Nights, by KC Kendricks, another Amber Allure author.

HH: Where is your favorite place to shop for books?

SK: Ebay. Most of my reading is historical reference, so I buy a lot of antique books from the 1700-1800's.

HH: Any special plans for the holidays this year?

SK: Staying home, finish painting my living room, so family doesn't have to look at the torn wallpaper behind the Christmas tree.

HH: Thank you!


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