I’ve always loved sci-fi books. Aliens who crash on earth and fall in love…Stargate…Star Trek…Captain Picard was my first love. I’ve always imagined writing science fiction of some sort, but I never pictured my first alien book being about tentacles.
Of course, it turned out to be so much fun to write, I had to do another.
His Human is the second in the New Neighbors series. In My Cameron, you met Cameron’s best friend and boss Trip. Well, His Human is Trip and Maverick’s story. If you haven’t read any of the chapters of this in my Facebook group or in the newsletter, I can’t wait for you to see how sexy and funny they are.
I love getting to write about my aliens and exploring how they see relationships and humans in general. The curious way they explore love and sex and human needs are some of my favorite things to explore. Especially when it leads to me getting to write fabulously sexy things like breath play.
His Human released today, and if you haven’t had a chance to meet Trip and Maverick yet, check out the first chapter of their book.
If you haven’t started this series, then read My Cameron first because this series needs to be read in order.
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If you’ve been waiting to read about Leon and Morgan since Learning to Love is a direct continuation from Book 1…you’re in luck!
Learning to Love is now live on Amazon and available in Kindle Unlimited.
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When I first started writing my omega series, the first character to speak to me (the prequel) was Wade—but he was always focused on everyone else, not himself. Throughout the rest of the series, he stayed that way. He pushed to make everyone happier and loved to see them excited, but he never expected that same happiness for himself.
In his mind, he’d already had his happiness and that was that.
For those of you who haven’t read the Romance & Revolutions series yet, Wade is a widower and loved his alpha more than anything. When Matthew passed, it was like Wade’s world ended. But everything changed as the guys began planning the club and as they started falling in love.
Over the books, he started coming out of his shell. If you haven’t read Dakota’s book yet I won’t spoil it, but you really see how Wade starts to heal and show that he’s ready for a relationship. Well, next month when his book comes out, you’re going to meet the sexy firefighter from his past that comes back into his life again at the club’s opening.
I can’t wait to show you how Wade has started to heal and how sweet they are together…both dancing around their attraction and learning how to move forward together.
Wade’s book will be out on October 23rd and is available for preorder now. If you haven’t read the series yet, this is the best time to start because Wade’s book will be the last in the main series, although there will be some spinoff stories that take place at the club. There are just too many cute characters—like the sweet cop—who still need their stories for me to leave them completely.
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We all want to belong. Sometimes it’s little things that make us feel like we’re part of the club. In writing, one of the things that really made me feel like I belong was getting asked to do the Dirty Daddies anthology for this year. It probably sounds silly, but it’s basically other authors looking at you and saying that they like your work and they trust you to do the best you can when you participate.
But, man, writing shorter stories is soooo hard.
Like insanely frustrating.
Like it takes three times as long as it should to write because everyone in my head is long-winded.
Like they want to tell you what they bought at the grocery store kind of long-winded just because they want to chat.
So wrangling Loren and Gordon into a complete but not two-hundred-page story wasn’t easy, but the three of us managed it. Mostly Gordon, honestly. He’s the take-charge Daddy type who likes watching over Loren.
Loren is the smart, free-spirited type who doesn’t really want to grow up and Gordon loves that about him. Gordon just doesn’t understand what that might mean until a friend at work (someone by the name of Sawyer) starts talking to him about types of submission he’s never thought much about.
Something about Loren has sweet age play, a bit of BDSM, and some fun cameos. The anthology will go live on September 29th and is now on preorder at Amazon, Apple, and Barnes & Noble. The anthology is a mix of MF and MM stories and is available for $0.99, so it’s a fabulous deal.
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Having characters in your head is almost like having friends that come into your life. Sometimes they’re in and out, and sometimes they stick around for a while. Kevin and Jeremy, whose first book was Too Close to Love, have been characters that settled in for the long haul and made it clear they weren’t going to budge.
One book…two books…I kept thinking that eventually they’d stop talking or that readers would get tired of hearing about them, but that hasn’t been the case yet. They are still as chatty as ever, and they’re some of the characters I get asked about the most.
Recently I sat down and started poking at them and figuring out what they’d been up to. Kevin happily rambled on about their new house and school and what everyone has been doing and had a ton to tell you guys about, including some sexy fun and what their father has been up to. Their new story, Too Close to Doubt, is out now on my site and on Smashwords.
If you haven’t read the series yet and you’re curious, the first book in the series, Too Close to Love, is free on my site, or you can grab it on Smashwords.
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No, it’s not a football match with oddly named teams…it’s the battle going on between authors. Some of you have probably seen comments or teasing complaints from authors about what they’ve outlined for their WIP (work in progress) and what the characters actually did in the book. Those confident creatures who think they can command a world are planners. They outline and organize and then sit down to write.
Me…I’m nowhere near that logical or organized. I fall into the wonderful group called pantsers. We fly by the seat of our pants with minimal planning and just see where the story takes us. It’s a different kind of confidence, like when you head out for a vacation but have no idea where you might end up. It’s more about the character and the journey and less about how you get there.
But in the pantsing world, we sometimes run into interesting problems, like when your character decides one book won’t be enough and he forces you to reshuffle an entire series. Leon’s very opinionated, if you hadn’t already guessed from seeing him in Destin’s story.
In writing him and figuring out who he is and how he loves, he decided he needed more than one book. So instead of his being the first in a new series where each book is about a different couple, he’s going to get at least two and will be either a duet or trilogy depending on how the second one goes. I’m not holding my breath on him being happy with two, so we’ll see how things go.
Even though it’s not going how I expected, the book came together quickly and they just feel right together. I can’t wait to show you what’s going to happen with my stubborn Leon (who Morgan calls his ostrich Daddy because while Leon behaves like a Daddy, he doesn’t seem to see himself the same way everyone else does) and Morgan, who is a bit shy at first but quickly warms to Leon as he sees how safe and confident Leon makes him feel.
Learning to Love is the first book for Leon and Morgan and is now live. Check out the first chapter if you’re curious.
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