The Middle East War is finally over and veteran, Cole Everett, is trying
to build a new life in Los Angeles and reconnect with his cousin, Sean
Martin, a private investigator. His hopes stall when he learns that
Sean’s mate, Arturo, is a vampire. It might be 2034 and vampires are an
accepted part of society, but Cole can’t accept that anyone would
willingly mate with the undead. That is, until he meets Arturo and is
then introduced to the incredibly handsome Rafael Barrantes.
Rafael, Cole has to rethink everything he thought he knew about
vampires. Even more so when he and Rafael spend a night together following a celebrity party at the vampire's mansion.
After taking a job as a security guard for a high-tech company,
Cole becomes suspicious when all is not what it seems with so-called
‘government contracts'. He can’t decide if he should play it safe and
call the cops, or take a chance on his newfound vampire friends.
and secure, or caution to the wind?
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of The Vampire and the G.I.
Callum Robertson has inherited his grandfather’s mansion in northern Scotland, but the house comes with a history he knew nothing about—should he be thrilled, or feel threatened as the house seems to lure him in?
When Callum Robertson first sees the old Scottish country mansion his grandfather bequeathed him, his immediate instinct is to sell the antiquated pile for whatever he can get for it—admittedly not much in a downturned market. Then he meets Craig MacPherson, a local farmer with auburn curls and sparkling gray eyes, and suddenly the gloomy old house doesn’t look quite the white elephant it first appeared to be.
Craig tells Callum that it’s rumored the house is haunted but by what or whom no one seems to know. Books flying off shelves then being mysteriously replaced give Callum pause to reconsider his rejection of the idea of an actual ghost haunting the place. When he finds a journal relating to the history of his family, he is, by turn, intrigued then fascinated as the saga unfolds through the writings of his ancestors.
An encounter with what he feels must be the spirit of his great-great-great-uncle Alistair makes him change his mind not only about selling the house, but also about his future with Craig.
If you would like a free copy of Highland Hearts please leave a comment below along with your email address. I will have random.org choose the winner
Simon Harris is down on his luck in New York City after a
show he’d auditioned for and won a place in folds, during rehearsals. Working as
a stripper in a seedy club is not his idea of Broadway, but it keeps the wolf
from the door – even if it is the door of a homeless shelter.
When one of the strippers is murdered and his body found in
a dumpster, Simon is questioned by handsome detective Tom Holt, and his partner
Brenda Brennigan. Both Tom and Simon feel the pull of sexual attraction, and
when Tom finds out that Simon is sleeping in a homeless shelter, he offers him
a room in his apartment until he gets back on his feet. It isn’t long before they are sharing more than just kitchen
During his investigation, Tom discovers that the murdered
stripper, Andy Summers, was being paid large sums of money by an older man, Al
Cohen. Al tells Tom that he blames Andy’s death on the club owner Frank
Costello,but Tom isn’t convinced
especially when he’s told that Frank had the hots for Andy and considered him
his best dancer.
another stripper is brutally attacked and left for dead in a dumpster, Tom
fears for Simon’s safety – a fear that is borne out when Simon is held hostage
by the murderer during a face-off with the police and a SWAT team.
Can Tom reach Simon in time before the murderer adds him to his list of victims?
If you would like a free ebook copy of Winter Kills leave a comment below with you email address. I will have random.org choose the winner.
So Every Breath I Take - the sequel to All I'll Ever Need is available for early download. But why wait? Leave a comment below with your email addy and I'll draw your name on March 17th - (if you have the luck of the Irish!).
If you win and you haven't read All I'll Ever Need I'll even send you an ebook copy of that too! Howzat?
Here's the blurb:
Troy Kendall was a bad boy, an addict with attitude, but, since
Detective Mark McLennan entered his life, all he wants to do is help
others—even if they really don’t want him to.
Life for a recovering drug addict isn’t easy. Fortunately for Troy
Kendall, he has handsome Detective Mark McLennan to lean on for love and
support. When Mark asks Troy to move in with him, Troy is over the
moon, sure that now his future will be everything he has dreamed of.
Now that he’s able to think about the bigger picture without himself
as the main feature, he starts taking an interest in others. Like his
ex-roommate Kevin. Troy feels a bit guilty about finding happiness when
it’s obvious Kevin is lonely and miserable. Or Teresa, the food server
working at the corner diner. Troy is sure she’s a victim of domestic
Ignoring Mark’s opinion that he’s being annoyingly nosy, Troy goes on
a mission to try to help those he feels are lacking in the happiness
department. He’s given excuses from Teresa when he asks her how she came
by all the cuts and bruises he sees her suffering from on a daily
basis. Is it the boyfriend or her domineering father who’s making
Teresa’s life a misery?
After a conversation over a drink with Kevin, he’s worried that his
ex-roomie is on the verge of signing up for gay conversion therapy. When
Kevin goes missing, Troy and Mark along with Kevin’s new roommate,
Roger, go on a search that leads them to a basement in the suburbs where
a homophobic couple are holding Kevin captive.
Is Troy’s plan to find happiness for others doomed to failure? Or can
he and his friends change the course of disaster both Kevin and Teresa
are on? Publisher's Note: This book is best read as a sequel to All I'll Ever Need.
Wow, time certainly does fugit doesn't it? Can't believe we've got past the Holidays and January already! Valentine's Day - the day for lovers to celebrate old love or new love, lost and refound love is almost upon us. I have a couple of Valentine's stories I'd like to share with you:
Laying Down for the Law: Steve
Reynolds has a great job, a snazzy apartment in Los Angeles, and some good
friends. What he doesn’t have is a date for the upcoming office Valentine’s Day
party. When he tackles a burglar in his apartment, he winds up in the arms of
LAPD Officer Richard Malone. Has Cupid brought Steve the ideal Valentine’s
date—or a man who might just turn Steve’s ordered life upside down?
Blueprint For Love
Kyle Rutherford is literally bowled over by architect, Mason
Alexander, while waiting in the rain for a taxi outside Los Angeles
airport. Despite ending up in a puddle on his bottom Kyle accepts
Mason's invitation to dinner - after all, until that moment, he was
dateless on Valentine's Day.
The two men are quickly attracted to one another and continue to date
until Mason lands a lucrative contract, designing and building a custom
home in Dubai. It means he'll be gone for several months, but before he
leaves he asks Kyle to move into his apartment. Seeing this as
commitment on Mason's part, Kyle happily agrees, but his contentment is
rudely disrupted when Jake, Mason's ex, shows up with stories of Mason's
dark side. Kyle's disillusionment is compounded when Mason tells him he
has allowed Jake to move into the apartment.
Kyle moves out, convinced that the next Valentine's Day will be the worst one ever.
Well, we can't have that, can we?
Leave a comment telling me which one you'd like to read along with your email addy so I can notify you after the drawing on February 12th.
Hi all, I'm playing Santa here - ebook gifts for Christmas. You can choose from the following...
A Present Chrstmas - the spirit of Christmas Present helps a young gay man down on his luck in New York find happiness - which of course includes a hot guy!
Christmas Wishes - set in 1922, a young college professor separated from his lover by a wicked snow storm in the north of England, makes a wish they could be together, and adds a wish that his pregnant sister will deliver her premature baby safely when the storm prevents help from the local doctor.
A Special Christmas - when a planned mountain Christmas getaway gets derailed by a cheating boyfriend... Wait - a romantic hideaway on a snow-covered mountain — what better place to meet the man who could heal a broken heart?
Leave a comment below telling me which one you would like and random.org will pick the winners (5) before Dec 20th. Don't forget to include your email address so I can deliver your ebook in time for Christmas!
If you'd rather have a copy of Nick Fallon's latest investigation, Murder in the Desert, leave a comment under the blurb for his new adventure.
A 'clothing optional' gay resort is threatened by a vandal with perhaps
more than just destroying property on his mind.
When Nick Fallon is hired to investigate a series of threatening phone
calls and vandalism at a gay resort in Palm Springs, he and his husband,
Eric Jamieson, are given first class treatment by the owners... when they
Coming face to face with a group of men who all seem to have something
to hide, except their dislike for one another, frustrates Nick as he
tries to sift through the lies and deception.
A fire, and a seemingly senseless murder, complicates Nick's search for
the truth. As he uncovers details of past criminal records and a murky
family history that includes arson and violence, his frustration grows.
Which of these men had motive and means to commit murder? The answer
is-all of the above.