Tuesday, August 31, 2010

Another New Cover and a Blurb

Book two in the Seasoned Women Series

Falling For the Other Brother will be out on October 11th with TEB.

Erica had been planning to break it off with Trevor - he was really too young for her after all. But it's hard to use that excuse when the man she's really interested in is Trevor's twin, Colin.

Her biological clock ticking, a chance conversation leads Erica to Trevor, a former sperm donor, who helps convince her to move ahead with her plans. But he adamantly refuses to be her donor, in fact has pulled all his past donations, for a reason he won't discuss. Their subsequent relationship, while hot, just drives home the different goals the two have.

When Colin returns from overseas, his problem with intimacy still looming large, he never dreamt he would meet his ideal partner in Erica. Only two things stand in their way: her relationship with his brother, and the fact she wants children...the one thing he can no longer provide.

Saturday, August 28, 2010

My First Amber Quill Release Is Live!

Thanks for a timely prod by Ava to remind me that AQ releases come out sooner for us lagging-behind West-Coasters. :)

My latest release, The Swap, is now available at Amber Quill.


When layoffs hit Jim LaRue’s company, his first concern isn’t for his own job, it’s for his friend and co-worker, Tommy Graves. Tommy’s coming off a bad year, finally made better by the purchase of a new house. Losing his job would mean losing the house, however, and his newfound lease on life. Jim can’t let that happen to the man he’s secretly come to love, so he proposes a swap to his boss—forfeit his own job to save Tommy’s.

Now suddenly out of work, Jim reluctantly accepts a job helping Tommy remodel his house. Having the work is great, but it also chafes Jim’s pride to be employed by his friend, and creates one of several obstacles in their budding romance.

Can Jim and Tommy get past their differences and finally make this swap work in their favor?

Thursday, August 26, 2010

New Covers

Cabin-ing up in the mountains, but found a cafe with Wifi, so here are a couple covers that have come my way.

Pride and Joey, a m/m shifter story, will be out on October 25th as part of TEB's Halloween Feral collection.

Wet Your Whistle (one of my sentimental favorites) is a m/m/f futuristic sci-fi story which will be released on November 15th, also at TEB.

Blurbs and excerpts will be coming soon!

Thursday, August 12, 2010

Thank You and Congrats

Big thank you shout-out to Jason over at the M/M Romance group on Goodreads for such an amazing job organizing all the anniversary celebration prizes and giveaways! You rock, sweetie!

And congrats to the prize winners who chose my two prizes! :)  TJ, you have your copy of One Wild Wish in your inbox, and Kd, your signed copy of Gaymes will be in the mail tomorrow. Enjoy!

The big anniversary celebration continues through this weekend, and even though my offerings have been snagged, there is plenty more fun to be had and goodies to be won, so stop on by!

Monday, August 9, 2010

Release Day!

It's finally release day for Sex On Summer Sabbatical, the first of my Seasoned Women stories! Seems like it's been a long time coming. Here's the blurb:

Who knew it would so hard to get a twenty-something man to have sex?

Forced by her employer to take a three month sabbatical, workaholic Tori Warren makes a checklist of things to accomplish which will make the time off worthwhile.

Get into the best shape of her life. Have the most fun of her life. Oh, and have the best sex of her life.

Sexy young Adam comes into her life at just the right time. A physical trainer with a loving-life personality, he should work nicely in helping her meet all three goals. He’d be especially perfect for the best sex. Now if he would only just cooperate...

Friday, August 6, 2010

Home Again, Home Again...

...and yeah, I'd say it was jiggety jig. 1650 miles driven in two days, 900+ yesterday. I must add it was easy driving...Montana was the bulk of it, and it's not terribly challenging to drive in most of that state--just point the car and hit cruise control.

Practically wrote an entire book in my head yesterday, and let me tell you, that was an exercise in frustration. I was itching to put fingers to keyboard, but when you're the only driver, ain't gonna happen. I contented myself with scribbling some notes in a spiral notebook of my daughters while steering with my thighs. On straightaways, of course.

So it's nice to be back in my "writing" chair in my own house again after 3+ weeks gone. Speaking of which, I'm the focus of Total E Bound's Author Spotlight this month, which includes a peek at the real me (yes, my actual photo), my writing space, and all sorts of fun, revealing questions answered. Stop by for a look!