Tuesday, March 2, 2021

Tuesday Teaser

 


This is an excerpt from Frost's Bite, #3 in the Mystic Bay series.


Everybody was through eating, finally, and Jonas seriously thought about cheering. All this tension couldn’t be good for his digestion. Then Paul suggested that they wait in the living room while he and Andy cleaned the kitchen.

That meant he and Nicholas would end up alone with each other while they waited. He wasn’t sure that was the best idea. He needed a minute to get his body under control, for all the good it would do. Somehow Nicholas could smell what he was doing to Jonas.

“Oh, I can help Andy with that if you need to speak to—”

Nicholas grabbed Jonas by the hand and dragged him out of the kitchen. Jonas was still stuttering when Nicholas spun him, wrapped his arms around him, and stuck his tongue down his throat.

Jonas froze. Every thought in his head fled as Nicholas kissed him like there was no tomorrow. The taste of this man rocked Jonas to his very soul, and it terrified him.

When Nicholas pulled back, Jonas moaned. He dropped his head on Nicholas’s shoulder and heaved a deep breath. “You scramble my brain, and I really need caffeine in order to deal with you.”

“After we leave here, I will provide your much-needed coffee. Name the place.”

Jonas leaned back and studied Nicholas. “Did you just ask me out? I’m not sure since there was no asking in that that sentence.”

“I would be honored to provide you your much-needed coffee, then.”

Even if he’d wanted to, Jonas couldn’t have stopped smile that crossed his face. “You do know the difference between a statement and a question, right?”

“I do.”

Why not go out with Nicholas? He wanted to, and he was tired of being good all the time. He’d been called stuffy and straightlaced more than he cared to remember. He was tired of being alone all the time too.

He didn’t understand what this was between them, but why not enjoy it? He’d deal with the pain of it ending later, because it had to. There was no possible way they were mates. But what if they actually were?


Monday, March 1, 2021

Pucker Up Monday

Welcome to Pucker Up Monday. It's not what you think, lol. Since Mondays do tend to suck, I though I'd try to start the week off right for y'all.



Wednesday, February 24, 2021

Thursday Book Recommendation

 


These are books I’ve read and really enjoyed. Most of what I talk about will probably be paranormal/scifi but not always. Although it’s rare, I do read some contemporary.

 

This week is: Dom of Las Vegas (Sin City 1) by Tricia Owens


 

Blurb: To have the man of his dreams, he may have to give up his own...

Ethan Winter has known since he was a kid that he wants to work for the FBI. Until then he's stuck modeling underwear and photographing cheating spouses for a private investigator. But when a trip to Las Vegas for a security conference brings him into contact with the magnificently dominant Maxmillian Poole, Ethan finds himself faced with a dilemma: pursue his childhood dream or become the partner of a man who seems to know him inside and out and who offers a life any submissive would crawl for.

 

(previously published as "Becoming Elite")

 

Read all the books of Sin City!

Book 1: Dom of Las Vegas

Book 2: Limited Liability

Book 3: Acceptable Sacrifices

Book 4: High Roller

Book 5: Most Wanted

Book 6: Lessons in Obedience

Book 7: Death Defying Acts

Book 8: The Dom's Club

Book 9: Easy Money

Book 10: Significant Other

Book 11: Aftermath

 

Amazon link: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00734XLDE


Tuesday, February 23, 2021

Tuesday Teaser

 

This is a short excerpt from Frost's Bite, #3 in the Mystic Bay series

He honestly didn’t see how Paul and Andy made their relationship work since it was incredibly rare for a Guardian to have a mate, and Andy was not Paul’s. What would Paul do if one day Andy found that one person who belonged to him?

Guardians were so long-lived, they were practically immortal, and aging stopped around thirty or so. Very few paranormal lifespans lasted as long as theirs.

Vampires lived as long as they did, but they were the undead. Half their existence was spent avoiding the sun, silver, and pointy objects. Then there was the drinking blood thing. Plus, most were arrogant beyond belief.

Merfolk fell into the long lifespan category, but, generally speaking, they were assholes who’d just as soon drown you as look at you. There were two kinds, but only those who could transform into a more human appearance ventured onto land, usually to unleash chaos upon unexpecting humans.

Then there were the Reapers, or Angels of Death as some called them, and they frankly spooked Jonas. They were generally impartial; neither good or bad. A Reaper transported souls from the physical world to the afterlife—there was no Heaven and Hell as humans believed.

They were one of the few paranormals who could restore life, but if they did, another one was forfeited. They were eternal and creepy as hell. Not to mention they carried a scythe, something no Guardian wanted near since it could not only kill them, but also destroy their soul—a true death—if the Reaper so chose. There was no coming back from that.

Long lifespans were why this thing with Nicholas confused him. There was no way he was Jonas’s mate, regardless of the golden thread he saw. Nicholas might be a paranormal, but elementals lived only a few hundred years, like werewolves.



Monday, February 22, 2021

Pucker Up Monday

Welcome to Pucker Up Monday. It's not what you think, lol. Since Mondays do tend to suck, I though I'd try to start the week off right for y'all.

(Lately I've been posting pictures of guys kissing in the snow since it's winter. Thanks to last week, I've met my quota of snow lol. So this week, we're going for warm weather kissing!)




Thursday, February 18, 2021

Thursday Book Recommendation

 


These are books I’ve read and really enjoyed. Most of what I talk about will probably be paranormal/scifi but not always. Although it’s rare, I do read some contemporary.

 

This week is: Curses, Foiled Again by Sara Trevor


 

Blurb:

Felix is a vampire—a fierce creature of the night who strikes terror into the hearts of everyone unlucky enough to become his prey. Or at least, that’s what he thought was true, until he met John. John is completely unimpressed with Felix, much to his dismay. Felix becomes fixated on proving his ferocity to John—and when that doesn’t work, he strives to make any impression on him at all. 

John is a witch, and as all witches know, vampires are notoriously stupid creatures who only have the power to hurt those who fear them. Besides, he’s under a curse much more frightening than any vampire. Felix’s desperate attempts to impress him annoy John at first, but gradually, they become sort of endearing. Because of his curse, John has pushed everyone in his life away. But Felix can’t be hurt, so there’s no harm in letting him hang around. 

Felix is technically dead. John has nothing left to live for. But together, they might have a shot at life.

 

This dark and witty vampire romance for adults is complete at 100,000 words, with no cliffhanger. Despite some dark twists and turns, it ends with a solid HEA.


Amazon link: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B07759FC9K

 

Tuesday, February 16, 2021

Tuesday Teaser

 

This is a short excerpt from Frost's Bite, #3 in the Mystic Bay series


 At three hundred years old, this was not the first man Jonas had been with, so what was happening to him? Nicholas completely took him over. That had never happened. He never allowed it, but he liked it. A lot. He wanted to give everything to Nicholas. 

When Nicholas nudged Jonas’s head to the side and nibbled a path down his neck, he willingly bared his throat. He moaned when Nicholas sucked hard, marking him. Something pressed against his skin, and he squirmed from an odd stinging sensation. 

Electricity jumped between them, and Jonas clutched at Nicholas as the desire between them swirled. He wanted to feel Nicholas’s hands all over his body, feel him pushing his cock inside him, feel his heart beating against his. His spirit reached for the one who belong to him and—

“Hey! Don’t make me get the water hose after you two,” Andy yelled, amusement heavy in his voice.