His to Dare is finally live!
For me, inspiration comes from a variety of places, everything from songs to random memes, but for His to Dare…it all started with the cover image.
In a Facebook group, a cover artist was frustrated over how Amazon would never let her make a sexy cover out of the image, but that’s when I got to step in and explain how I didn’t have to worry about the prudes at Amazon. (You should probably be picturing me bouncing up and down in my chair going me me I want it.)
I was so excited, and I knew right away this was a naughty sub whose kinks had finally been discovered by his brother. But it took me a while to figure out the details.
Perry (the sub) was stubborn and didn’t think he should have to talk about his kinks, and his brother just shrugged and said it wasn’t his job to tell me what happened.
They’re both slightly nuts and very dramatic…but I love them to pieces.
The drunk scene where Perry finally confesses to TC what he’s been hiding was so much fun to write. I can’t wait for you to meet them and for you to see the sparks fly between the two brothers.
His to Dare has mild BDSM with lots of dirty talk, a sexy boy in lingerie, and brothers with the typical antics.
It’s available on Smashwords and here on my site.
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The coffee cutie is finally here. Remember the shy cutie that was working for the lawyers? Well, he’s back and he’s so sweet…and eventually he even figures out how to deal with Skyler. I know. It’s a miracle.
It’s also a miracle he found the nerve to talk to Brooks, the sexy lawyer who was one of the only nice guys at the law firm.
You’re going to love what a funny and tender Daddy Brooks is and you’re going to love how much Remy grows during the book.
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But as readers have been finishing their sweet story, I’ve gotten a lot of messages about what’s coming next in this series. The most accurate answer is…I don’t know.
I’ve started a fun, free short for this series that will probably come out in a month or two depending on how distracted I get before I finish it. The bulk of the series is done, although I have a cute surprise coming for you in April (Skyler makes a cameo lol).
There is going to be a spin off story for two guys in the book that are just known as Tony and Loki, but I think that will be a standalone later this year. So for now, this series is done. Although the people in my head generally dictate what gets written next, so I make no promises.
But it does mean that if you’ve been waiting for all the books to come out before you start the series, feel free to jump in. Thank you for all your wonderful comments about these guys and I can’t wait to see where Skyler especially shows up next…because technically these guys are in the same city as the L&L guys. So who knows…
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I have a favor to ask.
When I was in college (a thousand years ago at this point), I was a business major. Yep, not so helpful when it comes to creative writing or knowing where commas go (those rules seem to change every time I turn around), but it’s helpful in other areas. It makes some of the backend part of being an author easier…but it does make me curious.
I want to know about you.
Knowing what kinds of stories you like or what you want in general makes it easier for me to decide how to steer the people in my head. Some are louder than others, but if I know what you want, I know who to poke.
More MMM stories?
What about a MMM with a Dom, a pup, and a little?
My to-be-written list feels like it’s a thousand pages long and it would make my life so much easier if you would take this survey for me and just tell me what you’re thinking.
You can also enter to win a giveaway if you take the survey (because treats are always fun).
Thank you and I appreciate you taking a few minutes to help me.
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Middles are so much fun to write. There’s just something sweet about that awkward not a little and not an adult age. In A Milkshake Kind of Morning (now up on preorder and coming out on January 28th), Joshua hasn’t realized it’s even a thing.
He’s been pushing through life frustrated that he’s not the grown-up everyone expects him to be, and figuring out why he’s different is a confusing relief to him. Luckily, Turner is right there to explain things and to help him work through it.
These two are so cute, and I’ve had so much fun on their G.I. Joe conversations and the sweet way Joshua explains his struggles. If you enjoy Minecraft YouTubers and middles who are passionate about their cartoons, you’re going to love Joshua and Turner.
Check out the first chapter of A Milkshake Kind of Morning.
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Wanna peek at something I’m playing with?
One of my favorite things to read and some of my favorite older movies are about disasters. Running from floods and earthquakes and dodging asteroids. I love ‘em.
And it’s one of those things I’ve been wanting to write since I first started exploring being an author.
So over the past six months or so, one of the things I’ve been watching online are different science(okay science-ish) “what if” documentaries, and I fell in love with the idea of a tsunami on the east coast of the US. Now, just to be very clear, I started writing this before the actual volcanic issues in the Canary Islands. The real life problems they’re facing are heartbreaking.
This story is a light take on what could’ve happened and how it would’ve affected two young men. It’s definitely frenemies to lovers, but I think you’re going to enjoy how Trey drives Donovan absolutely insane.
I hope you have fun with what is now still called my disaster book. Eventually, it might get a name. Fingers crossed. I can’t wait to see what you think, but please remember these are work in progress chapters that have not been edited.
I’m hoping to post chapters about once a week. You can find them on my WIP Book Page here. I’d love to hear what you think, so feel free to contact me through the site or join my Facebook group.
What’s coming up for 2022? I think a better question is what isn’t coming up!
The people in my head are all jumping around, ready for a chance to tell their story, and I’ve got three different books I’m working on right now.
The list of stuff I want to write this year is growing by the day…
So far I know I’m going to have a few more age play stories, specifically A Milkshake Kind of Morning, which will be out later in January, and another one in the same series for the cutie that bought coffee for the lawyers in Skyler’s book.
I’m also working on a disaster book that’s so much fun to write, and I can’t wait to show you how it’s coming along.
And I’m making good progress on a new incest book that’s going to be book one in a three-book series. But don’t worry, I’m not leaving Kevin and Jeremy behind…they want another book as well this year.
Also on the list is Bishop (he showed up as a side character at the end of the Leashes & Lace books and in the last Beautiful Shame book). I think he’s going to need several books, honestly. So I’ve penciled in a three-book series for him.
There are also going to be some fun surprises this year as well as another tentacle book, so when I add in working on Aubrey and Lincoln’s book, it’s already a fairly full writing schedule.
But I’m positive there will be a lot more popping up and demanding to be written.
I’m pretty sure I’m going to need more hours in the day this year or maybe more months in the year, but I can’t wait to see how they all turn out.
Comment below which book you’re most looking forward to this year.