My sweet guys are back in Embracing Love. When I first started writing Embracing Faith I had a feeling Ford, Cody, and Jameson wouldn’t stay content with just one book. I was right. As Jameson continued to drag his feet, I knew they would need a second book. Embracing Love is the continuation of their story.
I can’t wait to show you how they grow together, and the cameos in this book were fun but a little unexpected for me. With some of my guys being so shy and Cody being so…so very Cody, it shouldn’t have surprised me that things wouldn’t go quite as planned. I love all my guys so it just never occurred to me that Cody, Bryan, and Kevin wouldn’t immediately click. Luckily they have Finn, Beckett, and Dr. Sheppard to step in and help the guys relate to each other.
Here’s the first chapter if you’re curious.
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Ford, Cody, and Jameson…When I first started planning out Embracing Faith I knew a little bit about who they would be, but I don’t plot out my books in detail, so a lot of who they were was a mystery to me. Ford came to me right away. He’s confident and sure of himself and at a point in his life where he knows who he is…an asexual Daddy Dom who’s open to love but not really expecting it.
Cody and Jameson are different. Cody knows who and what he wants, but he’s inexperienced and young. Jameson is mature but hides a lot of who he is, even from himself. They both need someone in their life who can steer them through the obstacles in their relationship and can give them strength. They both need Ford. Cody needs a Daddy, and Jameson needs a friend and someone he can lean on.
Their story will be over two books and the second one will be out in mid-June, but it’s already written and with my editor. It might feel like a different take on age play than I normally write, but I actually think he’s one of the best Daddies I’ve written. I can’t wait to see what you think of all of them. Embracing Faith will release on May 24th. Check out the first chapter if you’re curious.
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Beautiful Shame…For so long they were just “my grocery store boys.” I knew who they were, but figuring out a name was hard. It wasn’t until the book was almost finished that everything fell into place. Humiliation play can have such a negative connotation. I wanted a name that showed it didn’t have to be mean or frustrating to read.
Everyone likes different things, especially in reading, but in many humiliation play books, it doesn’t feel like both characters are actually into it. The “play” part is left out. One character is dragged into the experience and eventually gets turned on by it, but they never acknowledge it right away. In my head, I saw characters who were confused and hesitant but not hiding from themselves.
Nick came to me first, but Kyle had a very strong presence in my mind from the beginning. I can’t wait to show you my sweet guys. The book starts out hot and just keeps going like that. They didn’t want to hold anything back, and I gave up trying to keep them in line.
The book released this morning and I can’t wait to show you. If you didn’t get a chance to read the first chapter when I first wrote it, check it out.
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