Saturday, August 31, 2013

Cover Reveal for Single Use Only



It's here. The gorgeous cover for my upcoming release Single Use Only. That's Chris (in the shirt) and Mike, two of my characters from Stage Fright, which released in January this year. I'm really excited about Single Use Only. I hope you will be too.  


Mike is tired of the hook-up scene, Chris hasn’t even been to a real gay bar, but when the two men meet they discover they have much more in common than a mutual friend.

Blurb:

Mike Strenton is tired of the hook-up scene. All the men he meets in the Las Vegas gay bars are interested in only one thing and only one night. Been there done that. About to turn thirty-eight, Mike avoids casual sex until his need for contact is too great to ignore. He secretly longs to meet someone who sees beyond his laugh lines and broad shoulders to the sensitive lover underneath. A man who will choose him rather than the early morning walk of shame.

Twenty-seven year old Chris Bennington has never even been to a gay bar though he’s into men as well as women. He sees the funny side of just about everything, even his first time with Mike. Chris wants a lover who doesn’t have a problem with his quirky sense of humor, his inability to cook or his bisexuality and he thinks Mike fits the bill. All he has to do is convince the big guy he’s not just sticking around for breakfast.


Click here for an excerpt. 

Available October 1, 2013 at Loose Id

Sunday, August 11, 2013

Single Use Only - Coming Soon


(Unofficial) Blurb for Single Use Only


I just finished writing the blurb for my next novel, Single Use Only. It's being published by Loose Id and is scheduled for release October 1, 2013. I can hardly wait to see the cover.


Single Use Only shares the same Las Vegas setting as my earlier release, Stage Fright, but this time the story focuses on Jesse's friends Mike and Chris.

Gotta love Vegas

Premise: 

Mike’s tired of the hook-up scene, Chris hasn’t been to a real gay bar, but when the two men meet they discover they have much more in common than a mutual friend.

Blurb:

Mike Strenton is tired of the hook-up scene. All the men he meets in the Las Vegas gay bars are interested in only one thing and only one night. Been there done that. About to turn thirty-eight, Mike avoids casual sex until his need for contact is too great to ignore. He secretly longs to meet someone who sees beyond his laugh lines and broad shoulders to the sensitive lover underneath. A man who’ll choose him over the early morning walk of shame.

Twenty-seven year old Chris Bennington has never even been to a gay bar though he’s into men as well as women. He sees the funny side of just about everything, even his first time with Mike. Chris wants a lover who doesn’t have a problem with his quirky sense of humor, his inability to cook or his bisexuality and he thinks Mike fits the bill. All he has to do is convince the big guy he’s not just sticking around for breakfast.

Loose Id


I loved writing Mike and Chris's story. They're a couple of special guys who deserve their happy ending and I was glad to make that happen.