Fall Brings New Beginnings
I’ve been busy over the summer and finally see completion up ahead. Fall is a great time of the year to wrap up projects and begin with fresh ideas. I’m in my first pass of edits for my new paranormal book – Sins of Lust. I hope to wrap up edits by the end of the month. This would mean a fall release date for my angel/Protector love story! This is my first book published by Ellora’s Cave, and I hope the start of many. It’s the hottest book I’ve written and the most challenging to date.
I have a September deadline for Perceived Love – a novella for Musa Publishing that will be released the first of December. It’s a “Finally Ever After” love story. I’ve completed the story this morning and sent it off to my cp for a final beta read. Perceived Love will be my 13th published m/m romance!
Tomorrow – Lover’s Trill will be released at Musa Publishing. It’s one of the books kicking off September’s Tuesday Temptations. The book cover, designed by Kelly Shorten, is all out beautiful!
Classical and rock come together in perfect harmony but violinist, Andre, finds his trust in Leo tested. The rock star must prove his loyalty by using their one common passion – music – to bind their hearts.
Rocker Leo needs a break. From the band, roadies, everything related to his present life. Wandering the streets of Vienna, he chances upon a poster that just might change his life. Andre Revele, renowned violinist, and Leo’s ex-lover, is performing in the city. It’s been years since Leo slipped out of Andre’s life, but he’s never forgotten their passionate love of music and each other.
Andre is shocked when Leo shows up backstage after his performance. He is angry, but he can’t walk away. Against his better judgment, he invites Leo to his hotel for a drink. Not sure what he wants from Leo, he knows what his body wants. A night of passionate sex leads to another, until he’s lost his heart to Leo again.
When Andre finds his trust in Leo tested, Leo must prove his loyalty by using their one common passion – music – to bind their hearts.
Dawn Roberto gave a personal review for Blue Skye – the first book in my Woodland Village series. It was wickedly awesome! “Blue Skye is one wild ride from start to finish though I got to warn you there are a few twists that happen that left me going ‘ohmygod’ over and over again as I flipped the pages just to see what happens next for Drew and Skye.” You can read the full review on her blog:
I’ll also be attending the GayRomLit conference in October, and would love to see you there. So if you’re going, send me an email and let me know!