A MelanieM Prerelease Review: Goalie Interference (Hat Trick #2) by Avon Gale and Piper Vaughn

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Rating: 4.5  stars out of 5

It’s goalie vs. goalie in this brand-new enemies-to-lovers hockey romance from Avon Gale and Piper Vaughn…

Ryu Mori has had a stellar season as goalie for the Atlanta Venom. So when he’s called into management’s office, he’s expecting to hear he’s the new starting goalie for the team, not that some new guy—an incredibly hot, annoyingly bratty rookie—is here to compete for his spot.

Not everyone gets to play in the best league in the world. Emmitt Armstrong knows that, and he’s not about to waste the opportunity after grinding his way from the bottom to the top. If the Venom is looking for a meek, mild-mannered pushover, they’ve got the wrong guy.

Ryu doesn’t want to admit the other goalie’s smart mouth turns him on. Beating Armstrong at practice feels good, sure, but there are other, more fun ways to shut his rival up.

In this league, it’s winner takes all. But there’s more to life than winning, and if Emmitt and Ryu can get past their egos and competitive natures, they might just discover they work better as partners than they ever imagined possible.

Goalie Ryu Mori was an intriguing personality in the first novel, Off the Ice, and I couldn’t wait to find out all about him and get his story.  I was so thrilled to see the release of Goalie Interference (Hat Trick #2) by Avon Gale and Piper Vaughn, which focuses on Ryu Mori and Emmitt Armstrong, both goalies for the Atlanta Venom.  And what becomes a competition to become the starter for the team and incredibly, all while starting and maintain what neither expects to find, a real relationship.

One of the I find so interesting here is how the authors set the men up as people with comparative family histories and upbringing, even though from different parts of society,culture, and country.  The dichotomy pulls them together even as it pulls us in to the sparks and popping hot dynamics of their relationship on and off the ice.  The ice of Ryu to the heat of Emmitt and it really works.

I love all the elements and layers to these mens personalities that the authors have worked into their characters. From the personalities and expectations of their parents and their upbringing, to how each man handles their sexuality and being out or coming out to the team.  It’s also learning out to adjust to a relationship while accepting the competition to be number one goalie, a huge element here.

I loved every aspect of this story.  The romance, the team dynamics, the men and their families, and the competition for lead goalie.  Just amazing.  Another bonus? Being able to see the couple from the first story, teammate Tristan Holt and Professor Sebastian Cruz from another viewpoint.  Very funny.

The games were exciting, the playing just like being there watching them on the ice. Fast, furious, and magical!

How I love this series.

I can’t wait for the next story to arrive.  Love hockey, and romance?  Even if hockey isn’t your thing, this series will be.  Grab up both books and dive into  a sport romance you will  love to read.

Cover art is perfect.  The graphic and action is everything.  Love it.

Sales Links: Carina Press | Amazon

Book Details:

ebook
Expected publication: September 30th 2019 by Carina Press
ISBN 1488053804 (ISBN13: 9781488053801)
Edition Language English
Series Hat Trick #2
Characters Ryu Mori, Emmitt Armstrong
setting Atlanta, Georgia (United States)

Hat Trick Series

Off the Ice

Goalie Interference

An Alisa Review: Kept in the Dark (Locke and Keyes Agency #1) by Charlie Cochet

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Rating:  4 stars out of 5

Former Army Ranger turned government assassin Álvaro Montero and CIA Officer Caiden Cardosa crossed paths two years ago in Vienna, where their encounter ended less than amicably—despite the explosive sexual chemistry between them.

Now Caiden is riding a desk at Langley after his cover is blown. And Álvaro—who was “killed”—has a new identity and purpose as Delta/D, an operative for the Locke and Keyes Agency, under the leadership of the mysterious Alpha Orion.

When D and Caiden team up in a deadly black ops mission, the urge to kill each other will have to take a back seat to the desire for revenge against the man who betrayed them both. Surviving the mission won’t be easy. Resisting the passion between them—that might be impossible.

This was a really good story and I really enjoyed it.  D has been working on a black-ops team since he was “killed” and his world gets thrown sideways when Caiden walks into their meeting.  Caiden’s life was destroyed two years ago and he’s barely been living since and isn’t quite happy to see the man he spent one night with when they meet again.

Both of these guys have secrets, for different reasons but open up more than they ever though they would.  I loved the interplay between these two and hated seeing D feel that he had to push Caiden away for him to be happy because he didn’t think he was worthy.  For a grumpy contract killer D is surprisingly sweet and he did a good job of taking care of and protecting Caiden even without really meaning to.  Caiden longs to really be with D but he is willing to play the long game and wait, though one moment in their mission pushes him a little too far.

I was glad that D and Caiden both got some closure over what happened in Vienna but it looks like there is more to come as the agency digs deeper into their betrayer.  I loved the other guys we got to meet from the Locke and Keyes Agency and really look forward to their stories.

The cover art by Tiferet Design is great and I love the visual of D.

Sales Link: Amazon

Book Details:

ebook, 252 pages

Published: August 20, 2019

Edition Language: English

Series: Locke and Keyes Agency #1

A Chaos Moondrawn Review: Dead Man Stalking (Blood and Bone #1) by T.A. Moore

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Rating: 4.75 stars out of 5

This story features Agent Luke Bennett, aka Took, a member of the BITERs unit of the Anakim (vampire) police known as VINE. The reader is thrown into the action two years after Luke was Taken and turned. He’s been in therapy and is acting as a P.I. His case throws him in the path of his old commander Madoc, who wants him back at work, and is in love with him. It seems obvious to say Took has PTSD; he can’t remember the night he was taken and his fear seems to be getting worse instead of better, until he becomes consumed by this case and takes back his agency, literally and figuratively. As a former Cardinal for the Anakim, Madoc has always been a type of enforcer. He has a strength that Took finds and matches during the book. It switches between Took’s and Madoc’s POV. These are complex, three dimensional charcters. They have their blindspots, insecurities, and make mistakes; yet, both of these men can be cold, arrogant and prickly. For as much as these characters are not pleasant people, I loved them so much. Yes, the romance relies on the longer, off-page relationship in order to work, but the love scenes are hot (and bloody) and I love their working dynamic and banter.

I liked this new take on vampires, werewolves, and hunters. There was something called a Goat, but there wasn’t much detail about this species. I believe there may be other shifters, but that’s not explored in this book. While the political landscape is painted enough for this story to be successful, I wanted more, even if I think this book wasn’t quite the right time without info dumps that I wouldn’t want. There is also a weird shadow realm that is intriguing and terrifying, but not explained at all. The sorcerers are also not explained very much, but they are not capitalized like everyone else so I guess they are not considered born as their own species. There are times where the chapter or scene starts abruptly and I felt like I missed something until I kept reading and everything was explained: while this is a valid stylistic choice, I found it jarring. Although the secondary characters are all effectively utilized and would be great to build upon in other stories, I would have liked them a bit more concrete. (I did appreciate there wasn’t a formulaic meet these characters that will be the couple in the next book type of setup.) These may be minor things, but they did keep me from giving this a 5 star rating. It was a near thing because I loved everything else about this, so let’s talk about that. This is a book I will reread and be will on my best of the year list.

For those not familiar with this author, she always describes the scenes in stark details–gross, grimy, gory–but effective. This is brutal, as with any police case involving violence. I don’t want to give spoilers, but for trigger warnings and tags you might want to keep these in mind: child abuse, brainwashing, murder, child trafficking, kidnapping, and torture. I found this urban fantasy/police investigation mashup really effective; both the world and the case are interesting and well thought out. The action scenes are really well done. The world-building here is fantastically layered in throughout the book. There is information the reader gleans from the thoughts and instincts of the characters, suppressed memories, flashbacks, dialogue, and the actions and their consequences. All of the events and discoveries lead to logical conclusions, but not always the ones that I thought they would from the beginning, yet I never felt blindsided with too many plot twists. I liked the intricacies of the story that require thought. Now that this world is built, I want so many new cases to be written, but I am also content if they are not. The last sentence of this book was perfect. Don’t cheat, you have to read the whole thing.

The cover art is by Kanaxa. I didn’t love it, although it is striking and conveys violence and blood, which are main themes of the story.

Sales Links:  Dreamspinner Press | Amazon

Book Details:

ebook, 260 pages
Expected publication: September 10th 2019 by Dreamspinner Press
ISBN139781644053379
Edition Language English
Series Blood and Bone #1

Andrew Grey on Story Inspiration and his new release ‘ Pulling Strings”

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Pulling Strings by Andrew Grey
Dreamspinner Press

Publication: December 10th 2019

Cover Artist: Kanaxa

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Scattered Thoughts and Rogue Words is happy to host Andrew Grey today touring with his latest story Pulling Strings.  Welcome, Andrew.

On Story Inspiration by Andrew Grey

Some stories first come to be as a particular character and others as an overall idea or concept.  This one came to me as a question.  What would happen if I came home from work and found something something in my briefcase that I didn’t put there?  From there my mind began to race and Pulling Strings came to life.   In thai particular story I used a lot of memories and things from my old day job and consequently there is quite a bit of myself in this story.  So get ready for some intrigue, a bit of mystery, heat and definitely passion, but also some love and emotion under pressure.  Which is sometimes the best kind. After all it’s pressure that turns carbon into a diamond.

Blurb/Synopsis:

A high-stakes case of industrial espionage ties them together, but before they can pursue their attraction, they must find out who’s pulling the strings.

Devon Donaldson doesn’t know how a folio of stolen corporate secrets found its way into his bag, and certainly can’t think of anyone who’d want to frame him. The trouble is, he has to convince Powers McPherson.

Devon’s firm hired Powers to investigate the theft of a new banking system, and so far Devon is his only lead. While Powers’s gut tells him Devon is innocent, he has no intention of letting Devon out of his sight… for more than one reason. Working together to get Devon’s life back leads to feelings far beyond cooperation. But before they can act on them, they need to find the group of thieves’ intent on ruining Devon’s reputation.

 

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“You’re a twin?” Devon asked, and held his head. “That’s so cool. I was a twin too, only my brother didn’t make it. I was apparently born first, and in the time before my brother could be born, something happened.” He looked stricken. “You know, I always felt like there was something missing from me. I know the twin thing can be pretty special, but I never knew Danny. That’s what my mom named him. We were living near here then but didn’t stay long after that.” He lifted his gaze. “No one in the family talked about him much, but I always wondered what it would have been like if he had lived.”

“I’ve always had Lucy. She’s a force of nature. When I started Powers Solutions, she was my first hire. The two of us did about everything for the first couple of years. I think if something happened to her, I’d miss her like I’d miss a hole in my head.” He smiled to show Devon he was joking.

Another knock, and Powers got it, checking the hallway before opening the door to Lucy again. She held up the bag of takeout. “Enough for three?”

“You are a pushy broad, you know that?” Powers turned to Devon, who nodded, and he let her enter. This wasn’t how he envisioned this evening going. “Where are the materials?”

“They’re locked away,” she answered. Her car, just like Powers’s, had a strongbox implanted where the spare tire would usually be. It ensured that they always had secure document storage wherever they went. “Once we eat, I’ll go right back to the office and get on lifting the prints, but I can’t work on an empty stomach.” She set the bag on the counter, and Devon got out plates and some bottles of water.

“Oh, General Tso’s chicken,” Lucy crowed as she took the container out of the bag.

“That’s Devon’s,” Powers told her. “You can share some of my beef and peppers, and there’s sweet-and-sour as well.” He always over ordered, and now he finally understood why. Lucy had a sixth sense about whenever anyone else was eating. She always seemed to show up.

“So what was he like growing up?” Devon asked, and smirked. “Was he always so broody?”

Lucy laughed as Powers scowled at her. “Oh God, yes. He had that look down pat by the time he was eight. Our teachers used to give assignments, and if he didn’t like them, he’d give that ‘you’re going to die a horrible death’ stare of his.” She grabbed a plate, and Devon handed her a fork. “Why?”

“It’s what he was doing at the gala Friday night.” Danged if Devon’s eyes didn’t twinkle with mischief. “Before he showed up here and nearly scared me to death, I thought of him as Tall, Dark, and Broody.”

About the Author

 

Andrew grew up in western Michigan with a father who loved to tell stories and a mother who loved to read them. Since then he has lived throughout the country and traveled throughout the world. He has a master’s degree from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee and works in information systems for a large corporation.

Andrew’s hobbies include collecting antiques, gardening, and leaving his dirty dishes anywhere but in the sink (particularly when writing)  He considers himself blessed with an accepting family, fantastic friends, and the world’s most supportive and loving partner. Andrew currently lives in beautiful, historic Carlisle, Pennsylvania.

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Need a New Urban Fantasy to Read? Check out A Crown of Iron & Silver (Soulbound #3) by Hailey Turner (excerpt and giveaway)

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A Crown of Iron & Silver by Hailey Turner

Series (name + # in series):  Soulbound III

Publisher:  Self-Published

Release Date (Print & Ebook):  September 10, 2019

Length (Print & Ebook): 107,043

Subgenre:  LGBTQ Urban Fantasy

Warnings:  None

Link: https://haileyturner.com/a-crown-of-iron-silver-03/

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Book synopsis:

Never promise a life that isn’t yours to give.

New York City is decked out for the holidays, and Special Agent Patrick Collins is looking forward to a reunion with his old team when he gets assigned a new case. A human child is missing, and the changeling left in her place causes a prominent witch family to demand justice from the fae.

Meanwhile, continued harassment from the New York City god pack forces Jonothon de Vere to formally establish his own with Patrick. Doing so will mean a civil war within the werecreature community—a war they risk losing from the start without alliances. Making bargains with the fae is never wise, but Patrick and Jono have nothing to lose when a fae lord comes asking for their help.

The Summer Lady has been kidnapped from the Seelie Court, and if they can find her, Patrick and Jono will cement an alliance with the fae. But the clues to her disappearance are found in Tír na nÓg, and the Otherworld has never been kind to mortals.

Venturing past the veil, Patrick and Jono risk losing territory, time, and their very lives while searching for answers. Because the Queen of Air and Darkness knows they are coming—and the ruler of the Unseelie Court has an offer for them they can’t possibly refuse.

A Crown of Iron & Silver is a 107k word m/m urban fantasy with a gay romantic subplot and a HFN ending. It is a direct sequel to All Souls Near & Nigh. Reading the prior books in the series would be helpful in enjoying this one.

Exclusive Excerpts for Release Blitz :

“Secured, sir,” Patrick said. “Is this about the kappas? I turned in my report.”

“No. This is different. We got a report of a missing child.”

“That’s usually a police matter, not federal, unless it crosses state lines.”

“It becomes ours when it’s believed the child was replaced by a changeling.”

Patrick banged his forehead lightly against the door a couple of times. Crossing the veil between worlds definitely put a case within federal jurisdiction. “Gods fucking damn it. I hate dealing with the fae. Are you sure?”

“The PCB forwarded the case at the couple’s request. They want an agent to take their statement, and they want it done immediately.”

“Tonight? Sir, if it’s a changeling, the kid will still be there tomorrow morning.”

“Tonight,” Henry said firmly. “I know you just got off the clock, but I need you to take this case. The family involved is the Wisterias.”

Patrick banged his forehead against the door one more time for good measure. “Well, fuck.”

 

 

 

About Hailey Turner:

Hailey Turner is big city girl who spoils her cats rotten and has a demanding day job that she loves, but not as much as she loves writing. She’s been writing since she was a young child and enjoys reading almost as much as creating a new story. Hailey loves stories with lots of action, gritty relationships, and an eventual HEA that satisfies the heart.

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Check Out the Release Blitz for Happy For You by Anyta Sunday (excerpt and giveaway)

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Happy For You by Anyta Sunday

Series: Love & Family

Publisher: Anyta Sunday (self-published)

Release Date (Print & Ebook): September 10, 2019

Length (Print & Ebook): 60,000 words

Subgenre: Contemporary Gay Romance

Warnings: Depression (affecting a side character)

Order now: https://www.anytasunday.com/projects/happy-for-you/

 

Book blurb:

Mort wants his de facto family back. . . .

He knows he doesn’t deserve them. Not yet, anyway. Not without making up for leaving them in their time of need.

But it’s not easy to make amends. Mort must show how much he wants the Rochester family back in his life. When his best friend’s younger brother, Felix, has his license suspended, Mort jumps at the chance to play chauffeur and to win back the family he desperately wants to call his own.

Repairing his broken relationships—with all five Rochester siblings—becomes Mort’s personal mission. Especially with Felix. Felix, who used to follow him everywhere. Felix, who idolized him. Felix, whom Mort has not stopped thinking about . . .

Felix is just trying to keep it together. . . .

With a perma-smile as his armor, he’s determined to make his family happy. Determined to be a positive role model to his three younger sisters, while their mum struggles with depression after her kidney transplant.

Unfortunately, no amount of smiling can save his license when he gets pulled over for the umpteenth time, and he still needs to get his sisters to school, soccer, and dance classes.

The solution to his problem emerges in the return of their prodigal neighbor, Mort. Mort, who left their lives without a word. Mort, who was in love with Felix’s older brother.

Mort, who is the last guy Felix wants charging back into their lives. . . .

Mort and Felix. Two guys bound by a rocky past—

—a past they must come to terms with to find true happiness in the here and now.

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Set in New Zealand, Happy For You (Love & Family #3) is an MM gay romance featuring two guys pitted together in a blue 1988station wagon—and there’s no doubt about it, Mort is going to drive Felix crazy.

Can be read as a standalone.

Tropes: brother’s best friend, second chances, family drama, friends-to-lovers, slow burn, found family

Genre: New Adult, light-hearted contemporary gay romance

Trigger warnings: Depression and generalized anxiety (of a side character)

Release Blitz Teaser 1:

Felix eyes me sleepily. “That’s one wild frown.”

I readjust my cap. “Tailored just for you.”

His cheeks dimple. “What’s the matter?”

“Are you in the mood to talk?”

Felix pushes himself upright, leaving a smear of condensation on the glass. “About what?”

“Everything.”

He squints, hesitant. “Define everything.”

“How’s your mum doing?”

A whimper-laugh drizzles out of him. “I’d rather talk about the sorry state of my love life.”

“How sorry are we talking?”

He stares at me blankly. “You first.”

I laugh. “Remember when I dragged you for coffee at Zealandia Café and we bumped into my colleague Jack and—”

“And Ben McCormick. Trust me, a week is not long enough to erase the embarrassment of almost toppling into them.”

“Jack’s the guy I’ve been flirting with at work.”

Felix gives me a standard cardboard smile. Those smiles are pissing me off. His days are littered with them.

I fight back a growl. “I’m fairly sure he’s a lost cause.”

“Considering he wedged his hand into Ben’s back pocket, I’d say he is.” Felix stares at passing cars. “Are you gutted?”

“He’s a decent guy. Hot and charming but mostly just a distraction.”

Felix whips his head toward me. “From what?”

I give him a pointed look.

“From missing us,” he murmurs.

Yeah. From that tiny ache that’s ripping me open.

“Do you miss us all equally?” Felix claps his mouth shut. “Forget it. That’s like asking a parent who their favorite child is. No matter how untrue, they’ll swear they don’t have one.”

I peer at him through the rearview mirror. “I missed you all equally.”

“You’ll make a good parent.” He drops back in his seat, and catches my eye, mouth twisted toward a smile. A real one this time.

I want more of his smiles. I want Felix to see what we could have together. Want to graduate from “chauffeur” to Guy He Has Fun With.

Felix clears his throat and clicks his seatbelt open. “I should get inside.”

“Tiffany has an hour left.” I eye the arcade. “We can use it.”

Felix hums. “Yeah, okay. We’re out of parchment paper and detergent. The Warehouse is still open. We can swing by.”

Parchment paper and detergent? That’s how he wants to spend a free hour? Felix doesn’t know how much he needs me. “Out of the car, sunshine.”

“What?”

“Hop out, or I’m coming around and making a show of opening your door.”

Release Blitz Teaser 2:

Two weeks later, I’m really in The Groove. I transport the Rochesters from A to B and Z and beyond—as Felix likes to say—and transport myself to work. Kresley Intermediate is five minutes from Felix’s job at the retirement home, so it makes sense.

After teaching, Felix and I begin the driving rounds. Most missions run smoothly, but driving Tiffany around proves uncomfortable; only the radio—or Felix—breaks the silence.

Like Felix is doing right now, at the end of my third week chauffeuring. But once he finishes doling out excited praise for Tiffany passing her driver’s theory test, they settle into silence.

I wish I could strike up conversation with her. Wish I could find a way to reconnect.

A hard ball lumps in my throat.

When we arrive at the dance studio, she shoots out the wagon, swinging her dance bag toward the old brick building like she can’t escape fast enough. I stifle a sigh and stare at the sun setting on the orange brick. Neon blue and green light up the adjoining arcade.

“Felix, you heading inside?” He always follows her in.

I swivel and inspect through the gap between the front seats.

Felix’s eyes are closed, head resting against the window, mouth grimaced. Light crowns his unruly dark hair, streaking it with copper. Shadows from moving traffic dance across his face.

He’s clearly exhausted.

Wake up, make breakfast, wrangle the girls to school, work eight hours. Chauffeur the girls to practice, run errands, bring kids home, make dinner, bathe the girls, read them a story. Fall into bed six hours away from his personalized version of Groundhog Day.

That is Felix’s life.

He’s particularly tired today, though, and a little flushed. Maybe he’s coming down with a spring cold. The last thing this guy needs. The universe owes him a break.

Felix eyes me sleepily. “That’s one wild frown.”

I readjust my cap. “Tailored just for you.”

His cheeks dimple. “What’s the matter?”

“Are you in the mood to talk?”

Felix pushes himself upright, leaving a smear of condensation on the glass. “About what?”

“Everything.”

Release Blitz Q&A with Anyta Sunday:

What is the significance of the title “Happy For You”?

AS: This book’s all about happiness – where to find it for ourselves, how to make others happy, and how to live with the fact that we can’t make everyone around us happy.  Mort and Felix have to learn it the hard way: if they’re both only trying to make others happy, they’ll lose sight of themselves. They have to find their own happiness first to finally be happy together.

What were the key challenges you faced when writing this book?

AS: While every book has its own challenges, this one was special because it features a large family that wanted to have ample space on the page. To give all of them their rightful place was not easy, but they all demanded to be heard ☺ This spring and summer, when I worked on “Happy For You”, was also a time of transitions for my family – from my son changing schools to me transitioning to a new diet, so finding time for the book wasn’t always easy.

Are you working on anything at the present you would like to share with your readers about?

AS: I am always working 😀 At the moment, I’m diving back into astrology and star signs, and tackling book 5 in the “Signs of Love” series. A Cancer and an Aquarius are the lucky couple in this one, and I’m already having so much fun with them. It’s quite emotional, but just like all the other SoL books, also full of banter and romantic comedy!

Where do you draw inspiration from?

AS: Inspiration is all around – walking the streets, seeing a couple interact at the café, getting a lovely message from my husband. So many things can spark an idea, like a smell that brings back a memory or a piece of music that becomes alive in my head. I try to soak it all in and scribble it down as soon as possible.

Do you have any new series planned?

AS: There are a few ideas currently swirling in my head, and I never know how they’ll finally arrive on the page. One series idea I just cannot stop thinking about is what I call the “Love Shack” in my head. A beachside house that brings different roommates together, always sparking new misadventures and love stories! Another idea is a cozy, super sweet and romantic mystery. But whatever series comes next, you can be sure it’ll be full of slow burn romance!

About Anyta Sunday:

I’m a big, BIG fan of slow-burn romances. I love to read and write stories with characters who slowly fall in love. Some of my favorite tropes to read and write are: Enemies to Lovers, Friends to Lovers, Clueless Guys, Bisexual, Pansexual, Demisexual, Oblivious MCs, Everyone (Else) Can See It, Slow Burn, Love Has No Boundaries. I write a variety of stories, Contemporary MM Romances with a good dollop of angst, Contemporary lighthearted MM Romances, and even a splash of Fantasy. My books have been translated into German, Italian, French, Spanish, and Thai.

 

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Prize: Enter to win one complete paperback set of the Love & Family series: Taboo for You, Made for You, and Happy for You, or, one of three e-books of Happy for You. Prizes are open internationally. Must be 18 to enter and win.

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