Embracing Faith…Coming May 24th!

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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Miles and his Daddy

Rethinking Fate is now live! Miles and Sean are so cute together and had such a sweet start; I can’t wait to see what you think about their story. Miles was so worn out and overwhelmed that even from the very beginning I knew his book would be different.

One of my favorite things about him is that he’s very openminded with his patients. So it’s not surprising that the same tendency carried over into his personal life too. I just wasn’t sure how it would all come together. I think that you’ll love his story and how even though he’s confident and focused on his career, he still understands the draw of letting everything go and having his Daddy be in charge.

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Dr. Sheppard in Rethinking Fate

The preorder for Dr. Sheppard’s book is finally up, and I’m so excited to show you Rethinking Fate. Even from the very beginning when he made an appearance in Secrets in the Dark, he was always very reserved and kept his personal life to himself. He never hid the fact that he was little, but otherwise, he was very quiet…frustratingly so sometimes.

I’m a big believer in getting help when you need it, so as the books went on, I pulled him out several more times when it was clear I had characters who needed someone safe to talk to. I honestly never thought people would want his story, so when I started to go back and look at how he fell in love, it was an interesting experience.

To me, Dr. Sheppard was this quiet man who was happy and had a bit of a hidden funny side, but that was it. Figuring out how he got to be the man I’m familiar with was an interesting experience. This is a slow burn romance with a few fun cameos from some familiar faces.

I can’t wait to see what you think of Miles and his sexy artistic Daddy, Sean. Here’s a peek at the first part of the book.

 

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Rethinking Fate Prologue

Prologue

Miles

“You ask him. You’re the one who’s curious.” Bryan’s whispered voice held an edge of panic, but since it was Kevin egging him on, I thought that was to be expected.

“But you’re the one who’s little, so you should ask.” Kevin seemed to be trying to convince Bryan that his logic was sound, but there was obviously some debate over that.

“This isn’t my idea. I don’t even know why I’m listening to you.” Bryan’s voice was clearly stressed but since he seemed more likely to hit Kevin than pass out, I didn’t step in. “You’re a nuisance, and I’m going to tell Jeremy you’re driving me crazy.”

Kevin just giggled. “Good, I haven’t been spanked in days.”

Bryan groaned. “I don’t need to know that.”

Kevin giggled again.

“Let’s just go.” Evidently whatever Kevin was trying to talk Bryan into wasn’t sounding like such a good idea anymore.

But Kevin was persistent.

“You’re going to feel ridiculous if you chicken out now.” There was a pause, and I knew more than likely Kevin had hugged his still-nervous friend. “Besides, it’s just a question, it’s not like you have to do anything.”

“But what if he thinks it’s stupid or too personal?” Bryan’s voice dipped quieter, but I heard his nerves even more clearly.

“Then he’ll politely tell us that, but the chances of that are slim. We’re not asking about him, just about it in general.”

Now they both had me curious.

Bryan sometimes stayed late at the end of the day and came in to talk to me about things because it generally took him a while to work up to it. He wasn’t technically my patient anymore, but he needed someone to talk to occasionally. Bryan was so much more confident about what he wanted and who he was than when I’d first met him, but sometimes his worries still got the best of him.

Kevin, on the other hand, loved dragging him out of his shell.

Sometimes they were an odd match for best friends, but they complemented each other perfectly. Each didn’t judge the other; they even helped bring out each other’s best qualities.

“This is stupid.” Bryan sighed.

Evidently Kevin had won.

I turned back to my desk, pretending to focus on the blank paperwork in front of me as a knock sounded and Kevin’s head popped around the door. He gave me an innocent smile that I’d very early on learned was completely fake. “Do you have a moment?”

“Of course.” Sometimes keeping a neutral expression around them was entirely too difficult.

“Great.” As he stepped into the room, I saw that he had a death grip on Bryan’s hand and was visibly dragging him into the room. But since I’d seen Bryan stand up to his overbearing best friend before, I wasn’t worried for him—Kevin’s health was clearly in jeopardy, however.

Bryan looked like he wanted to deck him.

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Miles and his Daddy

I hope you’ve been enjoying Jay and Logan in Untouched. Jay is the most innocent and least worldly character I’ve written, but his internal monologue is so funny. I love characters with a unique perspective, and those two are both so interesting.

Another character with a very different perspective that’s getting his own book soon is Dr. Sheppard. When he first popped up in Secrets in the Dark, I never expected readers to be so curious about him. Once he showed up in the Pieces series and in the Loving series (the Too Close books), it was time to give him his own story.

His book, Rethinking Fate, will be out on April 19. The preorder for Rethinking Fate will be up on April 14. It has some fun cameos from people you’ve met before, and while most of the book takes place ten years in the past, it opens and closes in the present to give you a peek into what Dr. Sheppard is thinking when he talks to Bryan and Kevin. I’m so excited for this book to come out so you can finally get to know Miles and his Daddy.

Randall and Hudson Chapter 1

Chapter 1

Hudson

It was a rough bar in an even worse part of town, and I couldn’t figure out what the little twink was doing working there. Well, I had an idea, but nothing that made sense. I had to be wrong. It’d been a few weeks, maybe longer, since I’d stopped in, but I knew I would have remembered him if I’d seen him before.

BJ’s was technically named after the original owner, but it was also a really big clue about what someone might find going on in the back room most nights. It’d been a gay bar as long as anyone could remember, and most of the customers had come out in a time where you were either tougher than the bullies or you stayed deep in the closet. Most of them looked like they’d just gotten released from the state pen, even though I knew they all had regular jobs and were actually upstanding citizens.

But when they walked into the bar, most of the trappings of civilization fell away. So I wasn’t sure what the hell Jake had been thinking when he’d hired the little twink. Pushing away from the wall where I’d been watching for the last few minutes, I headed toward the bar. I found an open spot in the corner and waited for Jake to wander over.

Customer service wasn’t his thing.

He finally finished up with a big bear of a guy with tattoos down his arms and started heading my way, stopping long enough to grab me a glass of whatever he had on tap. The words were out before I could stop myself. “When did you hire the twink?”

Jake laughed and gave me a knowing look. “Few months ago. He’s good for business. But only works a few shifts a month, unfortunately. He’s like honey to those dirty old barflies. He just reels them in, then walks away.”

“He looks too innocent to be working in a place like this.”

“Hey, my bar’s clean and the men behave themselves pretty good. They might be doing their best to make him blush, but they keep their hands off. Besides, he likes the attention. The raunchier, the better.” Jake glanced over at the boy where he was trying to clear off a table, but every time he bent over to grab the glasses at the far end of the booth, catcalls and whistles rang out.

The tight skinny jeans and slim-fitting black shirt that rode up showing a strip of his back did nothing to hide the full ass that arched out as he reached for the dirty glasses. I was all the way across the room, and I could easily see how he gnawed at his lower lip and blushed when the men called out.

Jake was right, the men didn’t lay a hand on him, even though he was a tempting bit of sin.

“Why only a few shifts a month?” How had I not seen him before? Had it really been that long since I’d been in?

I owned a moving and trucking business that had one of its main offices down the street. Between putting in extra hours there because of some staffing issues and my regular job at the uptown location, I’d been working crazy hours lately, but it hadn’t been that much, had it?

Glancing over at Jake, I saw him shrug. “I offered him more, but he just stammers and says that his other job keeps him busy.”

“Other job?”

“No idea. I just know he calls himself Rand and only will agree to about four shifts a month. I first hired him to work a few hours here and there to give Andy more time off. Now it’s so busy when he comes in, I could use two servers.” Jake gave me a long look. “Maybe he’ll give you some incentive to come in more often too.”

I just snorted and ignored him, but didn’t even try to pull my gaze away from the blushing twink. There was just something about him. A contradiction. He’d flirt and then ease off. He’d blush at a terrible dirty joke, but he never backed away completely. It was almost like he was encouraging them, but there was a layer of embarrassment that was pulling at the men.

It pulled at me too.

“Hell, maybe having you around will make him come in more.” Jake laughed at the confused look I sent him. “Present company aside, because I’m very taken, you’re probably the only decent guy in here. Compared to these roughnecks, you look like one of those models in the underwear ads. If he blushes and gets turned on by these bozos, I can’t imagine what you’re going to do to him.”

“You’re insane.”

“I’m right. You just wait and see.” Jake smirked and walked off toward the other end of the bar.

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