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Ghost of a Chance is available again….




MLR Press has re-released Ghost of a Chance today. Click here to check it out. It’s just been re-edited, so if  you already have it, you don’t need to pick it up. 🙂


And I want to thank all of you for making No Going Home, Leaving Home, and A Sticky Wicket in Bollywood all best sellers at ARe. Also, they’re doing great at Amazon as well, which amazes me. 🙂  So thank you all again.

I’ll be writing all weekend to get some stories done that need to be turned in next week. 🙂

I hope you all have a great weekend, and for those of you who are mothers, have an awesome Mother’s Day.

Threadbare Gypsy Souls available….



Threadbare Gypsy Souls is available at Amber Allure right now…and it’s discounted for the first week it’s out. If you haven’t already picked it up, check it out here.



And for those of you who are VIPs at Total e-Bound, A Sticky Wicket in Bollywood is available for pre-release download. It’s also on sale, but remember you do have to be a VIP with them. I think it’s really easy to become one, not sure how though. You can check on their website, but if you just want to check out  the blurb for Sticky Wicket, then click here.

Devon and I should be turning in Chasing the King of the Mountains within the next couple of days…and I believe it goes on pre-order sometime in May. Yikes!  lol. Then we’ll be working on a story about two soccer players in Germany. 🙂 I’m also still working on my 1920s historical, my Coast Guard/crab fisherman story, and a couple of other stories as well.

I’ll be doing some edits for Ghost of a Chance, so that MLR Press can re-release it soon. 🙂

Oh Jasmine asked about Death or Life not being listed anywhere. I took my rights back for the story from Liquid Silver Books. I haven’t got a chance to sub it anywhere else yet, though I do plan on doing so soon. I also do plan on writing Mars and Lord’s story. I have some all ready written on that one. The part with that is there are some scenes that take place during Death or Life that will be in Mars’ Assassin, just from Lord’s point-of-view, so I have to re-work those scenes without going overboard by using too much of what has all ready been written. I don’t think readers want a rehash of scenes they’ve read before. But yes, Death or Life will be available again, and I do have Mars’ Assassin on my master list of stories to finish up. 🙂

I hope you all have a great Monday. I have a very busy day ahead of me, so I better get moving.

Finally Friday is going to be a busy day…lol. I have to ship out all my boxes for GRL, plus mail out five contracts…all to MLR Press for my Dragon books and Ghost of a Chance. So they will be re-released soon. The great news is that all will be going into print as well, though Ghost of a Chance and Fighting Dragons will be put together. Which is fine since one of the characters in Ghost is also in the Dragon books. I’m excited about that.

I have edits to do on Two for One, so it can go up for pre-order soon. Edits arrived for a free story I’m doing for Total e-Bound’s December Newsletter. And I’ve been told I’ll probably get my first set of edits on Here Be Dragons some time soon as well. Yikes! This weekend is going to be crazy…lol.

Jambrea asked if I was going to post next week while I was gone. I’m going to try very hard to get the next two installments for Threadbare Gypsy Souls done and scheduled, so at least you’ll have those two days to stop by. I’m leaving for GRL very early on Tuesday morning and I won’t be home until very late on Sunday night.

Well, that’s about all I have to tell you. Oh wait a minute…I got another new cover today. I should be able to show it to you on Monday. 🙂 It’s really cool.

I hope you all have a great day and a marvelous weekend.

Another busy week ahead


I have a ton of writing to do. Working on Demon Woods and Thieves, plus the next two installments of Threadbare Gypsy Souls, and reviewing and sending out the rest of the Dragon books to my editor at MLR Press. MLR Press is going to re-release them, so new covers and they’ll finally be available in print as well, but I don’t have any release dates or anything like that yet. Still going through the process of getting them to them. 🙂 Once I know more, I’ll definitely keep you updated on that.

Well, this is going to be a short post. Just wanted to give you a heads up on what’s happening with me. I hope you all have a great Monday.

Happy Hunk Day

There’s just something about this guy’s eyes and smile that I love. I had to post it. You can find the rest of the series at Beautiful Magazine. They have some awesome eye candy photos, but most of them aren’t safe for work. Just keep that in mind if you visit…lol.

I just got the news yesterday that Tramps, the second in The Beasor Chronicles, has been moved up to be released August 20th. Which means I need to get cracking and finish it up. The reason it’s being moved up is because Total e-Bound is re-releasing The Vanguard in September. Woo-hoo! I’m really excited about the whole thing because starting in July, I’ll have at least one book a month coming out from TeB, and in July, August, and Dec. I’ll have two books each of those months coming out. We’ve done our best to try and alternate new books with re-releases. So you’ll be getting something new from me every other month, plus all your old favorites with new covers.

I also just saw the cover for From Slavery to Freedom, and as soon as I get the okay, I’ll share it with you. I’m pretty sure we’ll be putting Slavery and Out of Light into Darkness together in a print book, which would be great. 🙂

I still have some other older books whose rights I’ve gotten back, and have to work out who they’re going to. As you might have noticed, you can no longer get Fighting Dragons, Ghost of a Chance, and Dreaming of Dragons from Loose-Id. I’m pretty sure I have a new publisher for them, so as soon as I can, I’ll let you know when those will be available again. Also, I still have to see about finding a home for Death or Life and Not Seeing is Believing. The reason those two don’t have a place yet is simply because I haven’t had the time to re-format them to the right template. As soon as I get a moment to do that, I’ll send them in, and let you know about them as well. 😉

I have final edits to do on Pursing Hope and Angel’s Evoultion. Those will be done today, I’m hoping…along with other things I’ve been neglecting. Most of which are forms I have to fill out…lol. I did let you all know Angel is being re-released by MLR Press, right?

Someone asked about Rover’s story, and I’m hoping I can get to it later this year. I have a few other stories I’ve promised first to different publishers, but as soon as those are done, I’ll be getting to his story. 🙂

Well, I think that’s all I have to say at the moment. I hope you all have a great Wednesday.

Real Life sucks


Sorry about not having the next installment up. Real life got in the way yesterday, and I couldn’t get the time to write it up. So I’m going to try again today…lol. We’ll see if it works.

Also, some of you might have noticed that two of my Loose-Id titles have disappeared from my site. I asked for Ghost of a Chance and Fighting Dragons back from Loose-Id, and they compiled. I’m working on getting re-release dates for them with a different publisher, so if you haven’t read them, don’t worry. They’ll be back out at some point.

It’s all part of my plan to consolidate publishers, and not make you have to look all over for my books. 🙂 Hopefully my gamble pays off.

Well, have a good day…and I’ll try to get the next installment posted for you tomorrow.

Ghost of a Chance available

My St. Patrick’s Day ghost story, Ghost of a Chance, is available now from Loose-id. 🙂 I thought I’d post another excerpt for you. (don’t worry Bitter Creek’s Redemption will be updated


Padraig Monaghan has a problem. Most would consider dying in a bar fight ten years ago upsetting, and existing as a ghost wandering the world might be thought a real predicament. They might deem a second chance at life through a chance encounter with a dying man a serious dilemma. But for Padraig, finding himself face to face with the man he’d loved and lost a lifetime ago is the biggest thing on his mind.

Gareth Reilly stops at O’Toole’s for a drink before he heads home. Tomorrow’s going to be another lonely birthday for him until he’s approached by a stranger. There’s something about Padraig’s bright green eyes and Irish accent that reminds Gareth of a man he once knew. Unable to resist, Gareth breaks his cardinal rule and invites Padraig home.

On St. Patrick’s Day, when Irish magic is strongest, it’ll take a belief in the impossible and help from a grateful elf to give Padraig and Gareth another chance at love.

Publisher’s Note: This book contains explicit sexual content, graphic language, and situations that some readers may find objectionable: Anal play/intercourse, male/male sexual practices, violence.


A slow song filled the bar and a few couples floated onto the makeshift dance floor. Padraig stood, and holding out his hand to Gareth, he asked, “Would you like to dance with me?”

Tilting his head, Gareth studied him for a moment or two before standing and taking his hand. A thrill raced from Padraig’s hand to his heart and groin. They wound their way through the tables to the dance floor. Padraig kept Gareth’s hand in his and wrapped his arm around Gareth’s waist, pulling him close. Not too close, though. He didn’t want Gareth feeling uncomfortable.

He needn’t have worried about that. Gareth played with the curls at the nape of Padraig’s neck and didn’t protest as Padraig tucked their hands to his chest. They moved in time with the music, slowly maneuvering around the floor. Padraig stroked his fingers along the small of Gareth’s back, relishing the way the slender man fit in his arms. With each turn, he eased Gareth closer to him until their bodies were pressed tighter than two sardines in a can. Gareth rested his cheek on Padraig’s chest and sighed.

Padraig slid his free hand down to cup Gareth’s ass and rubbed their erections together. Would Gareth moan as softly when he was being fucked or would he be loud? Padraig buried his face in Gareth’s strawberry blond curls, breathing in the familiar scent of Gareth’s soap. Surprising that Gareth still used the same stuff that Padraig remembered from the few times he’d gotten close enough to Gareth.

He ignored the end of the first song and kept his hold on Gareth while the next one started.

Gareth didn’t seem inclined to stop. Moving slightly, he nuzzled Gareth’s ear and nibbled along Gareth’s chin.

“Oh,” Gareth breathed, letting his head fall back to give Padraig more access to his throat.

“You smell just like I remember,” Padraig murmured.

“What?” Gareth tensed.

“You smell better than anyone I remember,” he improvised, hoping he covered his tracks. He scraped his teeth over Gareth’s jugular, causing the man in his arms to shiver.