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New release: Always a Groomsman


Always a Groomsman

Always a Groomsman

Photographer Skyler Spencer comes to Key West for his brother’s wedding expecting to take some pictures, act as best man, and maybe spend a little time getting to know his brother’s fiancee and her twin sister. Then he learns that not only is the twin a man rather than a woman, but it’s a man he’s met before–under less than appropriate circumstances.

Casey Baker doesn’t expect the guy he once had a memorable encounter in a club bathroom with to turn up as his brother-in-law to be, but he’s able to deal with the surprise. Dealing with the strong attraction they feel for each other is a lot more difficult. Casey figures a short, hot fling will take care of that. Too bad he’s not good at staying detached, and Skyler’s not good at commitment.

When Mother Nature and the past combine to put the wedding in jeopardy, Skyler and Casey have more than just their own confused feelings to deal with. Will the weekend end with two sets of broken hearts?

Also–I have a release date for Love, Delivered (formerly Special Delivery) from Amber Allure.  It’s due out on July 11, 2013.

New release: The Carpenter and the Fairy, and news!

The Carpenter and the Fairy released today from Amber Allure!

This is a reprint of a previously published book.



Former military man Mason Larue is into one-night-stands and big, burly guys. So while attending a crowded and noisy costume party, he is not happy to find himself unnaturally attracted to a sweet, slim young man wearing eyeliner and dressed in a fairy costume.

After a spectacular night spent with Avery, however, Mason begins to change his mind about what he wants. Can he somehow get past his fears and stereotypes in time to obtain what he never knew he desired?



In other news, I signed contracts with Loose Id for two reprints.  Fool for Love and Fantasies: Christmas will both be released by Loose Id, hopefully later this year.  Both of these books will be expanded and changed quite a bit from their original forms.

New contract, and a new cover!

I just signed a contract with Loose Id for a gay contemporary novella, entitled Always a Groomsman.  I’m thinking it will be out sometime this summer, but I don’t have a release date as of yet.  In fact, I just got the first set of edits yesterday.

In other news, I got a cover for my April 14th release from Amber AllureGoing Down is the story of a man who wants to save his failing relationship, but he doesn’t know how.  After a few things make him certain it’s too late, he ends up trapped in an elevator with his soon-to-be ex.  Will they make up…or break up?


In progress: Institute 3

Up until last week, I was frantically working on a story for a submission call.  It’s now finished and subbed.  All I have to do is wait… *crosses fingers*

I needed something to distract me while I wait for news, so I started the third Institute book.  My hope is to have it out this summer (from Amber Allure), although that will depend on how long it ends up being and how quickly I finish.  As of this evening, I have 4025 words of what will probably be around 60,000.

Not a bad start.

I don’t want to spoil anything, but I will say this book features Garris, who first made his appearance in Touch.