This e-book includes the novelettes Cops and Lovers and His Roommate’s Secret.
Hope you enjoy these two new stories!
Two gay love stories about friends becoming lovers. Each story is based on one of my three-word scenarios from my website.
Cops and Lovers: SWAT teammates Sawyer and Finn have been secretly sleeping together for the past two years and hiding that fact from their commander, their team members, from everyone. Sawyer couldn’t be happier with the arrangement. Until Finn gives him an ultimatum. Now Sawyer has to rethink everything in his life. Or give up the only person he’s ever loved.
His Roommate’s Secret: For two years Brady has harbored a secret crush on his straight college roommate. He doesn’t think he’ll ever get the chance to climb into Rex’s bed. Until Rex shares a secret he’s been hiding since the day they met.
Length: 19,859 words.
Pictured above is the binder containing the rough draft of Seth and Vargas’s story, HOW TO HEAL A LIFE (The Haven Book 2). I’m currently reading through it, revising, and adding more emotional depth and substance to the manuscript, and it’s going really well. I’m surprisingly pleased with the opening of the story, and that’s usually where I do most of my reworking. Knowing I’ve got a good handle on the beginning has me even more excited about this one.
For my holiday gift this year, my newsletter followers got a preview of my latest free read: Love Me Forever. Now this story is available on my website. It’s a short holiday piece that features Sean and Gavin from SOMETHING TO BELIEVE IN. Here’s a description:
It’s Sean and Gavin’s second Christmas in their own apartment, and life is going good. Or so Gavin thought. Until he realizes there’s something seriously wrong with Sean. Despite knowing that Gavin would do anything for him, Sean is surprised to learn what Gavin has planned for them this Christmas. 5,541 words
I hope you enjoy catching up with these characters, and I hope you and yours have a wonderful year!
I’m thrilled to share that my new website is now up and running. It’s a mobile-friendly version that should be easier to read on smaller devices and tablets. We’re in the process of live beta testing the pages so there may still be a small glitch or two, but I couldn’t wait to share the new look.
There’s also a new newsletter sign-up form right on the homepage. We’re just about to send out my next newsletter, which always includes a reader giveaway, so now’s a great time to sign-up for that. (Plus I usually do a little something extra for my subscribers to celebrate the end-of-year holidays.)
Thanks for checking out the new site.