Rainbow Snippet

This weeks snippet comes from my soon to be released serial Tokyo Nights. Just needs a final read through.

Hisato graduated from Police Academy top of his class; is on the fast track to becoming an Inspector and known for his rigid belief in upholding the law. Going undercover in the Yamashita Organisation had never been in those plans, but when his superiors requested it he dutifully jumped, undertaking the task to take down a man who’s exploits kept Tokyo streets bathed in blood and drugs – Tatsuo Ogawa.

Get in. Get proof. Get out. And stay alive.

Easy, right?

In getting close to Ogawa, Hisato discovers some uncomfortable truths about himself and with his growing attraction to Ogawa, staying alive is the least of Hisato’s worries.

Each episode will be approximately 8-10k words in length with ten episodes per season and I hope to release them fortnightly. But, well sometimes life happens so I will also list each episode as released on the Tokyo Nights page.


His hand squeezed the paper cup and coffee spilled over the lip splashing onto his suit. How many crime scenes had he attended before accepting the undercover assignment that had been the result of debt incurred to a place like this. People who’d taken out loans in desperation and not understanding the danger their signature on the dotted line placed them in. Some were lucky and got away with a few broken bones and others, were not. Still that was the part of this operation Hisato needed to get himself involved with. Staying here in these rooms, staring at ledgers filled with numbers wouldn’t get him the information he’d been tasked to find.



Rainbow Snippets is a group for LGBTQ+ authors, readers, and bloggers to gather once a week to share six sentences from a work of fiction–a WIP or a finished work or even a 6-sentence book recommendation (no spoilers please!).

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