The Lost Boys say that Peter Pan went back to England because of Wendy Darling, but Wendy is just an old life he left behind. Neverland is his real home. So when Peter returns to it after ten years in the real world, he’s surprised to find a Neverland that no longer seems to need him.
The only person who truly missed Peter is Captain James Hook, who is delighted to have his old rival back. But when a new war ignites between the Lost Boys and Hook’s pirates, the ensuing bloodshed becomes all too real – and Peter’s rivalry with Hook starts to blur into something far more complicated, sensual, and deadly.
Peter Darling is a queer, trans reimagining of Peter Pan.
Praise for Peter Darling:
Winner of the 2017 Rainbow Awards for Best Cover, Best Debut Transgender Book, and Best Transgender Sci-fi/Fantasy; Runner-Up for the 2017 Rainbow Award for Best Transgender Book. Longlisted for the Otherwise Award (2018).
“A thoroughly intelligent, ingenious take on Peter Pan, with a premise that shifts from delightful to funny to profoundly moving.” – KJ Charles, author of A Society of Gentlemen, Sins of the Cities, and more.
“There is so much to adore about this story but one of my most favorite things is that it’s a book in which the trans main character takes action for himself, over and over, goes after what he wants, thinks about what he wants, doesn’t move from a place of scarcity around what he wants.” – Xan West, educator and author of Show Yourself To Me: Queer Kink Erotica
“This is a deeply creative and profoundly moving spin on the original tale. Thoroughly captivating from its roguish start to the perfectly sweet finish.” – Sara, reviewer at Binge on Books