Yup– it’s *kermit flail* Monday again, and I’ve got some FANTASTIC stuff for you all– and don’t forget to scroll all the way down, okay? I sorta got a cover reveal and a pre-buy of my own to pimp (*aherm* Look above, it’ll give you a hint!) and I’m UBER FRICKIN’ EXCITED. So, that being pimped, I’m gonna just scoot right on into the debuts!
After that, I’m going to start with a pleasant surprise!
When I send out a “Helllooooo…” For *kermit flail* Monday, I’m always reminded that writers are my favorite people. Case in point, Angel Martinez, who is kind, funny, and forgave me for being a little loopy the first time we met, and who jumped up and down and waved the minute I sent this out. Angel Martinez is actually re releasing these books, but after reading the blurbs, I’m thinking that they need to be HUGE this time around. Cause… yanno… I’ve got a not-so-hidden weakness for the Fae 🙂 Everybody give a huge welcome and a round of applause to ANGEL MARTINEZ! YAYAYAYAYAYAY!
Separated, stuck on the other side of the Veil where Finn has to face old conflicts and Diego is the only human in a land of fae, the two of them navigate rocky waters between huge egos and ancient feuds. Worse still, some of the fae are dying of a mysterious illness and everyone believes Diego is the key to a cure. Things can’t possibly get any worse, can they? Oh, yes—they can when the US government gets involved.
Rylan wants to await rescue in silence, but Miller insists on conversation, or at least banter. But just because they don’t get along doesn’t mean they don’t have chemistry, and Rylan breaks all his rules about intimacy for a one-time-only conference hookup. He’ll probably never see Miller again anyway. So of course, two months later Miller shows up at Rylan’s office, having just been hired to work on a new computer program—with Rylan.
And Rylan thought being stuck in an elevator with him was bad.
Soon Rylan and Miller learn that they get along best when they take out their frustrations in the bedroom. Their arrangement goes against everything Rylan believes in, but the rules are simple: Don’t stay overnight. Don’t tell anyone. And don’t fall in love.
Sinners Series: Book Three
Lieutenant Connor Morgan of SFPD’s SWAT division wasn’t looking for love. Especially not in a man. His life plan didn’t include one Forest Ackerman, a brown-eyed, blond drummer who’s as sexy as he is trouble. His family depends on him to be like his father, a solid pillar of strength who’ll one day lead the Morgan clan.
No, Connor has everything worked out—a career in law enforcement, a nice house, and a family. Instead, he finds a murdered man while on a drug raid and loses his heart comforting the man’s adopted son. It wasn’t like he’d never thought about men — it’s just loving one doesn’t fit into his plans.
Forest Ackerman certainly doesn’t need to be lusting after a straight cop, even if Connor Morgan is everywhere he looks, especially after Frank’s death. He’s just talked himself out of lusting for the brawny cop when his coffee shop becomes a war zone and Connor Morgan steps in to save him.
Whoever killed his father seems intent on Forest joining him in the afterlife. As the killer moves closer to achieving his goal, Forest tangles with Connor Morgan and is left wondering what he’ll lose first—his life or his heart.
As a marshal and a soldier, Ian’s expected to lead. But the power and control that brings Ian success and fulfillment in the field isn’t working anywhere else. Ian’s always resisted all kinds of tied down, but having no home—and no one to come home to—is slowly eating him up inside. Over time, Ian has grudgingly accepted that going anywhere without his partner simply doesn’t work. Now Miro just has to convince him that getting tangled up in heartstrings isn’t being tied down at all.
Okay, folks- -so, I’ve got a release in August– a pretty big one– but that’s going to get it’s whole own post as soon as it goes up on the coming soon page. I mean… it’s huge, it’s going to be released as seven novellas and… GINORMAL. So I didn’t want to do a cover reveal on this page. Or a blurb or anything. Still cooking. Not quite ready.
But Riptide does a longer lead-in, and you all heard me talking about my really sad story with the Titanic ending– and this here is it. I love this quiet story. It’s probably not the idea of WWII adventure that other people will write, but I wanted a romance, and a thoughtful ending, and a little bit of hope.
So, that being said, I’m giving you The Bells of Times Square— the cover is by Reese Dante, and it’s gorgeous, and I really hope you enjoy. (It’s out in December. I’m writing a fluffy Christmas novella to sort of take the melancholy away– I’ll let you know when that’s finished too!)
So here we go– a little bit of quiet reverence for…
The Bells of Times Square.