m/m contemporary



Vina and I have finished our first contemporary, Long, Tall Cowboy. I submitted the ms for consideration to a publishing house today.  I’m keeping my fingers crossed that Garrett and Matt will have their story told.

Jim and I settled into our new home. We love living in California again. The weather is brisk, the leaves have turned. I’m drinking a hot mocha by the fire and lazily watching the rain. Life is good.

I wish you all a very Merry Christmas and happy holidays!



New Release: Perceived Love



Now available at Loose-Id!

I’m very excited to have this book available again. The book has doubled in size with new chapters and insight into Will and Nate’s relationship. Please give Perceived Love a second chance! Cheers.


When psychic Nate Coleman dreams of a murder, he knows it’s a premonition. He can’t forget the image of his ex-lover with a bullet hole through his chest. Nate has no choice but to confront William and face the skeptical scientist’s ridicule.

Dr. William Ryner doesn’t believe in what he can’t prove. When Nate comes back into his life, it’s not to rekindle their love, but to bring up more of that mumbo jumbo that split them apart.

Despite William’s refusal to listen, Nate can’t ignore the premonition. And, William can’t ignore Nate. Before the gunman strikes, William must choose either trust in Nate’s ability or to rely only on the facts, but if he does the latter, pride could be the death of him.


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Lover’s Trill is now on the website with blurb, excerpt, Sneak Peek. It’s available for pre-order at 10% off the expected retail price!

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 in the middle of the night, but he’s never forgotten their passionate love of music and each other.

Andre’s shocked when Leo shows up backstage after his performance. Hell yes, he’s 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 right now. 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.

Note: This book was previously released by another publisher, but it has been revised and reedited in this edition.




#MMContemporary – Woodland Village is Back!


Many of you know that I had several books off the shelves due to Musa Publishing closing. I’m happy to say that Woodland Village is Back! I self-published the series through KDP (Amazon). The books are only 2.99 each, so if you haven’t read this series, it’s a great time to buy. And, the series makes for great summer reading. You can pre-order the series now. The books will be released on Amazon July 23! RyansHarbor_200

To read more about Skye and Drew, Ryan and Martin and John and Scott, visit my Woodland Village page on my website: click here

JohnsMatch_200The book covers were designed by Winterheart Design who also did the Orbus Arcana series and Redemption. I love Lex’s creative work and I’m really pleased with the new covers. They are fresh and contemporary, as is the series.


Blue Skye: http://www.amazon.com/dp/B0119ZM6GU

Ryan’s Harbor: http://www.amazon.com/dp/B011A0SKK0

John’s Match: http://www.amazon.com/dp/B011A0STV0

Lover’s Trill and Perceived Love (both Musa orphans) will be released by Loose Id. I will be extending both these books with a lot of added scenes to get to a higher word count for Loose Id’s novella minimum word count.  I’m excited about enhancing their stories and fleshing out the characters.

Contemplating Friendship

Cactus One

I am going on a two week vacation starting on Thursday. I’m looking forward to visiting with very close friends who I haven’t seen in forever! I’ve reached a pivotal birthday this year, and I decided life is too short not to seek out friends that feed our creative selves. Friends who are a joy to be with, who energize the people they associate with because they are warm, open and positive.

I’ve been very lucky to have met some very great people – and to forge some deep friendships. Soulmates in a way, and I’m talking about a connection that goes beyond the physical or sexual. Someone when you first meet and they just ‘get you’. Rare and special and worth nurturing.

When I write romance, I like my couple to be friends, even if they get off to a rocky start. Sure, the sex is always good, because it’s romance, right, but to be truly satisfying, there needs to be a deep connection and a synergy between the two lovers. I’m editing my Woodland Village series to republish the on Amazon. I’ve finished Blue Skye and Ryan’s Harbor and now working on John’s Match. John and Scott have a very rocky start to their relationship!

Here’s a bit of an excerpt when John does a good deed and brings home Scott’s drunk son. Scott doesn’t see it that way:

Scott slipped his hand under his son’s arms and lifted him to his feet, his glare pinning John. “What the fuck did you do to my son?”

John snapped, having enough of playing Good Samaritan. “Saved him from being road kill. I found him drunk, blocking my car door. I didn’t want to leave him stranded in a parking lot.” He wouldn’t mention what his son had been doing on his car.

“That’s not what it looks like to me.” Scott peeled back his son’s eyelid, practically growling. “He looks stoned. What shit did you give him?”

John stepped back. “I don’t take drugs or give them to unsuspecting men.” He bit back using the word “twink.” He hated that particular term. Nothing was wrong with young healthy men wanting a good time.

Even under the dim light, Scott’s eyes blazed. “My son isn’t some goddamn rent boy.”

“Jesus Christ, man. Aren’t you listening to a word I’m saying?”

Rob groaned, and his head wobbled on his father’s shoulder. “Don’t feel so good…” Then his head thumped down, and the guy passed out.

“I’m putting him to bed. You”—he pointed to John—“stay put.”

John bristled under the command. He should get the hell out of there, but the bastard was his neighbor. All he needed was all-out war between him and this asshole.




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