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Release Blitz: An Alpha For Christmas by Charity Parkerson

An Alpha For Christmas | Charity Parkerson

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Length: 12,000 words approx.

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Blurb

Christmas Eve night with a sexy new friend turns into the perfect Christmas. But Austin never expects his dream holiday to ruin his life.

Hoping to avoid another yearly gathering of the worst people Austin knows—his family—he volunteers to play Santa’s little helper at the department store where he works. That’s where the sexiest Santa on the planet comes to his rescue.

Will plays Santa every year at his grandfather’s department store. It’s something he oddly enjoys. This year is twice the fun when he’s paired with a mouthwatering elf. When Will finds Austin stranded in the parking lot, he’s more than willing to help. A ride turns into an amazing night together. The night turns into a weekend that changes both their lives forever. Not necessarily for the good.

It’ll take more than a good time in bed to fix Austin’s life. For the first time, Will might have to put someone else first.

This is a short and steamy story, featuring a character from Charity Parkerson’s Low Blow series. It was written to be a complete standalone, separate from the series.

Charity Parkerson is an award winning and multi-published author with several companies. Born with no filter from her brain to her mouth, she decided to take this odd quirk and insert it in her characters.

*Eight-time Readers’ Favorite Award Winner
*2015 Passionate Plume Award Finalist
*2013 Reviewers’ Choice Award Winner
*2012 ARRA Finalist for Favorite Paranormal Romance
*Five-time winner of The Mistress of the Darkpath

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Guest Post: Trust the Connection by Brigham Vaughn

Trust the Connection | Brigham Vaughn

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Publisher: Two Peninsulas Press (Indie/Self-Published)

Publication Date: November 20, 2018

Word Count /or Page Number: 145,480 words/425 pages

Formats/Price: eBook – $5.99 (Available on KU)

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I’m delighted to welcome Brigham to the blog today with an Exclusive Excerpt and also a discussion about the playlist which helped inspire the writing of Trust the Connection.

“I almost always listen to music while I write, but it doesn’t always turn into a playlist for the story. Sometimes it remains in the background, not becoming a part of the storyline. But two years ago, as I wrote “Trust” and “Connection” certain songs jumped out at me and I made them into a playlist.

I don’t mind hearing a song on repeat, so I probably listened to this playlist about 4,279 times as I wrote the story. I added a few more here and there as I tweaked the plot and wrote and re-wrote.

“Dust to Dust” by The Civil Wars was one of the first songs I added and by the end it still resonated with me so much that I can’t hear it without thinking of Evan and Jeremy. The melancholy feel was perfect for the story, but the lyrics spoke to me even more. I always imagined this song being from Evan’s perspective, begging Jeremy to let him in. Evan can see how good they could be together and he’s beginning to learn his own strength and see what he can offer Jeremy, if only Jeremy will give him a chance.

“It’s not your eyes
It’s not what you say
It’s not your laughter that gives you away
You’re just lonely
You’ve been lonely, too long

All your actin’
Your thin disguise
All your perfectly delivered lies
They don’t fool me
You’ve been lonely, too long

Let me in the wall, you’ve built around
And we can light a match and burn it down
Let me hold your hand and dance ’round and ’round the flame
In front of us
Dust to

You’ve held your head up
You’ve fought the fight
You bear the scars
You’ve done your time
Listen to me
You’ve been lonely, too long

Let me in the wall, you’ve built around
And we can light a match and burn them down
And let me hold your hand and dance ’round and ’round the flames
In front of us
Dust to dust

You’re like a mirror, reflecting me
Takes one to know one, so take it from me
You’ve been lonely
You’ve been lonely, too long
We’ve been lonely
We’ve been lonely, too long”

– “Dust to Dust” by The Civil Wars

At the heart of this story is the idea of two men, desperately lonely for different reasons, finding each other and struggling to let the other in.

Jeremy, in particular, is terrified to open up to Evan and let him see all of him. I found Adam Lambert’s “Underneath” particularly suited to him and there’s a plaintive edge to the song that echo’s Jeremy’s fears and hopes so perfectly. He wants to let Evan see all of him but he’s terrified of being rejected because of his scars.

“Strip away the flesh and bone
Look beyond the lies you’ve known
Everybody wants to talk about a freak
No one wants to dig that deep
Let me take you underneath

Baby, better watch your step
Never mind what’s on the left
You’re gonna see things you might not wanna see
It’s still not that easy for me underneath

A red river of screams
Underneath
Tears in my eyes
Underneath
Stars in my black and blue sky
And underneath
Under my skin
Underneath, the depths of my sin
Look at me
Now do you see?

Welcome to my world of truth
I don’t wanna hide any part of me from you
I’m standing here with no apologies
Such a beautiful release
You inside of me

A red river of screams
Underneath
Tears in my eyes
Underneath
Stars in my black and blue sky
And underneath
Under my skin
Underneath, the depths of my sin
Look at me
Now do you see?
Underneath, underneath, underneath…
Underneath, Underneath

Welcome to my world of truth

A red river of screams
Underneath
Tears in my eyes
Underneath
Stars in my black and blue sky
And underneath
Under my skin
Underneath, the depths of my sin
Look at me
Now do you see?
Underneath, underneath, underneath
Look at me
Do you see?
Yeah yeah yeah yeah!

Look at me
Do you see?

Welcome to my world of truth
I don’t wanna hide any part of me from you.”

– “Underneath” by Adam Lambert

This fall, when I decided to re-release the two stories as one single one, I listened to the playlists I had for the story and combined them. I also added a few new songs and “Lonely Still” by Jesse Sykes and the Sweet Hereafter felt particularly appropriate for “Trust the Connection.”

“Well this is where my ship has run aground
Stuck in the mud on the Puget Sound
I came from the Great Lakes
And I watched them turn dry
The sky turned black, and I cried

I never thought heartbreak would follow me ’round
Well, I’m lonely
Well, I’m lonely still
Well, I’m lonely
Well, I’m lonely still

Hammered hearts tired of being young
It wasn’t you, it could have been anyone
I came from the Great Lakes
And I saw them turn dry
The sky turned black, and I cried

I never thought heartbreak would follow me ’round
Well, I’m lonely
Well, I’m lonely still
Well, I’m lonely
Well, I’m lonely still”

Click on the Spotify link to enjoy the whole playlist and get a glimpse into the songs that helped shape the story.

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Summary

Scars run deep but run loves even deeper

After a lifetime of being told he’s worthless, Evan Harris is forced out of the closet and the only home he’s ever known. Jobless and homeless, he makes a desperate call to a couple he barely knows. They give him a place to stay at their place in Atlanta while he gets back on his feet. But he’s too shy to explore the big city and go after what he wants: a relationship.

Physically and emotionally scarred from a devastating car accident, Jeremy Lewis struggles to reconcile the brash, outgoing man he used to be with the social recluse he’s become. He’s resigned himself to being alone, but an encounter with an ex-boyfriend shakes up his dull existence and brings Evan into his life.

Loneliness draws Evan and Jeremy to each other, but a strong mutual attraction isn’t enough.  At thirty-six, Jeremy is convinced a relationship would be holding twenty-one-year-old Evan back.

Evan must be strong enough to fight for what he wants and Jeremy must let someone close enough to see his scars. Otherwise, they’ll miss out on the love of a lifetime.

NOTE: This story was previously published as a two-volume serial under the titles of “Connection” and “Trust”. Minor updates have been made but the story is essentially unchanged.

Excerpt

“So, I feel like I should warn you about Monty,” Russ said on Sunday afternoon, as they drove toward the apartment Evan might sublet. “He’ll probably say something completely horrifying at some point. I swear his brain doesn’t work like anyone else’s. He really is a nice guy, but don’t be surprised if he says something offensive.”

“Okay.” Evan was vaguely confused. This was someone Russ was supposed to like?

Russ chuckled as if he knew what Evan was thinking. Evan was going to ask him more about Monty but when they pulled onto Rumson street, he got distracted looking at all of the fancy new buildings. Russ pulled up in front of an older, two story brick building and got out. It was quite plain compared to the others, but nicely kept up with flowers and trees planted in front of the building. The whole street was quiet and safe feeling.

Evan followed Russ inside the building and toward the back. As Russ stopped and knocked on the door in front of them, Evan tried to convince himself he shouldn’t get his hopes up too high because it wasn’t necessarily going to work out. But he wanted it to so badly.

“Hey, Monty,” Russ said as the guy in the doorway grinned.

“Russ, my man.” He stepped back. “Come on in.”

Monty wasn’t exactly hot—but he was interesting looking. He had shaggy blond hair and bright blue eyes and sort of looked like a cross between Owen Wilson and Woody Harrelson, but a lot younger. And bigger. Jesus. He managed to make Russ look small. Evan felt puny beside him.

Monty grinned and grabbed Russ in a bear hug. “Good to see you, dude. It’s been too long.”

“Yeah, things have been kinda crazy. We’ll have to grab dinner sometime soon though.” Russ patted him on the back.

“Awesome.”

Across the room, a girl with reddish blonde hair cleared her throat, smiling. “Would you like to introduce us, Monty?”

“Sorry, darlin’,” Monty grinned at her as he crossed the room and hooked an arm around her waist. “Russ, meet my girlfriend, Emily. Emily, this is Russ and uhh….”

“Evan,” he supplied.

“It’s so nice to meet y’all,” she said. She had dimples and Evan liked the way she smiled at him.

Once everyone was introduced and they got past the small talk, Monty rubbed his palms together. “So, Evan, you’re homeless, right?”

Evan blinked. “Uh, yeah, kinda. Although Russ and Stephen have been letting me stay at their place.”

“Russ told me your parents kicked you out ’cause you like dick.”

Beside him, Russ groaned. “I didn’t word it that way!”

Emily lightly thwacked Monty on the stomach with her arm. “Montgomery Doyle! You can’t just say things like that!”

Evan was torn between embarrassment and laughter. “Uhh, I’m gay, yeah. And my family wasn’t okay with it.”

“Dude, that sucks.”

“Pretty much,” Evan agreed, jamming his hands in his pockets. It had been over a month and they hadn’t called him once.

“So, what do you think of the place, Evan?”

“Oh, I haven’t really looked around yet,” Evan admitted. He glanced around the apartment. It was small; a tiny single room with a kitchenette at one end with a stove, sink, and refrigerator, a couple of cabinets, and a few square feet of counter space. At the far end, Evan could see a closed door—a closet maybe—and an open door that was clearly to a bathroom. There was another closet by the entrance and most of the space in the room was taken up by a bed. According to Russ, the place was only about three hundred square feet, but that was plenty for Evan. He didn’t own much.

“I like it,” he said, smiling at Monty. It looked clean and bright and he liked that there were two windows to let in a lot of light. It felt cozy and it would be all his own. Perfect.

“You’ve definitely learned a lot about cleaning since we lived together in the old place,” Russ said. “Are those vacuum marks on the carpet?”

Emily beamed. “He’s learning. He was such a train wreck when we met! I don’t know how you lived with him, Russ.”

Russ’ tone was deadpan. “Desperation. It’s amazing what you’ll do when you have student loans to pay off.”

Monty shot him the finger but laughed anyway. “Yeah well, I had to downsize to a studio when he ditched me for his sugar daddy.”

“Stephen is not my sugar daddy.” Russ sounded exasperated.

“Hey, you hooked up with him, moved into a fancy apartment, got a new car…. Smells like sugar daddy to me. How many times a day do you have to suck cock to get that?”

“Monty!” Emily chastised.

Evan’s eyes widened. He was starting to understand what Russ had been talking about. But there was no malice in Monty’s voice. He didn’t seem like he was trying to be cruel.

Russ laughed. “Fuck you, Monty. You know damn well I love that man.”

Smirking, Monty nodded. “Yeah, I know ya’ do. Just givin’ you shit. That’s what friends are for, right?”

“Something like that.” Russ’ tone was dry.

 


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Author Bio:

Brigham Vaughn is on the adventure of a lifetime as a full-time author. She devours books at an alarming rate and hasn’t let her short arms and long torso stop her from doing yoga.  She makes a killer key lime pie, hates green peppers, and loves wine tasting tours.

A collector of vintage Nancy Drew books and green glassware, she enjoys poking around in antique shops and refinishing thrift store furniture. An avid photographer, she dreams of traveling the world and she can’t wait to discover everything else life has to offer her.

Her books range from short stories to novellas. They explore gay, bisexual, lesbian, and polyamorous romance in contemporary settings.

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Release Blitz: Trust The Connection by Brigham Vaughn

Trust the Connection | Brigham Vaughn

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Publisher: Two Peninsulas Press (Indie/Self-Published)

Publication Date: November 20, 2018

Word Count /or Page Number: 145,480 words

Formats/Price: eBook – $6.99

Buy Links

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Goodreads: https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/42630972-trust-the-connection

Summary

Scars run deep but run loves even deeper.

After a lifetime of being told he’s worthless, Evan Harris is forced out of the closet and the only home he’s ever known.

Jobless and homeless, he makes a desperate call to a couple he barely knows. They give him a place to stay at their place in Atlanta while he gets back on his feet. But he’s too shy to explore the big city and go after what he wants: a relationship.

Physically and emotionally scarred from a devastating car accident, Jeremy Lewis struggles to reconcile the brash, outgoing man he used to be with the social recluse he’s become. He’s resigned himself to being alone, but an encounter with an ex-boyfriend shakes up his dull existence and brings Evan into his life.

Loneliness draws Evan and Jeremy to each other, but a strong mutual attraction isn’t enough.  At thirty-six, Jeremy is convinced a relationship would be holding twenty-one-year-old Evan back.

Evan must be strong enough to fight for what he wants and Jeremy must let someone close enough to see his scars. Otherwise, they’ll miss out on the love of a lifetime.

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Author Bio

Brigham Vaughn is on the adventure of a lifetime as a full-time author. She devours books at an alarming rate and hasn’t let her short arms and long torso stop her from doing yoga.  She makes a killer key lime pie, hates green peppers, and loves wine tasting tours.

A collector of vintage Nancy Drew books and green glassware, she enjoys poking around in antique shops and refinishing thrift store furniture. An avid photographer, she dreams of traveling the world and she can’t wait to discover everything else life has to offer her.

Her books range from short stories to novellas. They explore gay, bisexual, lesbian, and polyamorous romance in contemporary settings.

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Email: brighamvaughn@gmail.com

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Release Blitz: A Kiss Before Christmas by AE Ryecart

A Kiss Before Christmas | AE Ryecart

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Cover Artist: Tammy Clark

Genre/s: Contemporary gay romance, Christmas story

Heat Rating: 2 flames

Length: 37,200 approx words

It is a standalone story.

Release Date: 15th November 2018

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Blurb

Christmas is looming and Jack De Lacy needs a solution to one hell of a fix.

Dumped by his boyfriend in favour of his best friend, Jack’s been busy bragging about the hot new man in his life.

A hot new man who doesn’t exist.

With an important function to attend where he’ll come face-to-face with his ex, Jack knows he’ll be a laughing stock when his boasts are exposed as nothing more than wishful thinking. He’s desperate but time, like his options, is running out.

Rory Kincaid is scared he won’t last another night sleeping rough on London’s frozen, snowbound streets. With all the homeless shelters full, Rory seeks refuge in the first empty doorway he stumbles across.

Finding Rory shivering in the sub-zero temperatures, Jack can no more send him away than kick a puppy out into the cold. A shower, shave and hot drink later, and the grubby street kid is transformed into a beautiful young man.

As the attraction between them grows, so does a plan that will get Jack out of the mess he’s in and give Rory a warm, safe home for Christmas. Sweet and adorable, Rory will make a great fake boyfriend for the holidays – the problem is, neither Jack nor Rory is sure where the make-believe ends and the truth begins.

Warning: this 37k novella contains a camp Christmas tree, a drag queen Christmas fairy called Doris, way too many jugs of eggnog, a closet posh boy, and the sweetest Kiss Before Christmas ever.

Excerpt

Jack swung around. “Wait.”

The kid stopped and looked back over his shoulder, his body braced against the buffeting snow.

What am I doing? It was madness, but the feeling that he was kicking a puppy or leaving a kitten in a bag to die, weighed on Jack.

“You can come upstairs and have a have a cup of tea while you wait out the worst of the weather.” What the hell have I just done?

The kid shifted his weight from one already soaked foot to the other. “No, but thanks. I’ve caused you enough bother already. And you gave me some money – thank you. I’ll go—”

“I might be able to run to a sandwich as well.” What next? A bed for the night?

“I don’t know. . .”

“Well, make your mind up, and do it now. I’m not standing out here freezing my bollocks off for much longer. A cup of tea and a sandwich is the offer, and then you’re on your way. Take it or leave it.”

Jack turned and unlocked the door, the warmth from the hallway a welcome caress against his cold skin. It had been a rash offer but a good one on a night like this. Well, the kid had turned it down, so he’d have to take his chances on the streets.

“Yes. Please. If you’re sure?”

Jack looked over his shoulder. The wind had picked up, and huge snowflakes swirled around. Enough snow had already fallen to cover the black-and-white-tiled path, and it wouldn’t be long before there was a whole lot more. Jack jerked his head, and the boy retraced his steps, following Jack inside and up the stairs.

“No offence, but you really smell.” The words tumbled from Jack’s mouth, his nose wrinkling as he closed the door to his top-floor flat. The kid had only just walked over the threshold, but he was already stinking the place out. In the cold, outdoor air, Jack hadn’t smelled the tangy, ripe aroma but up close and in the warm. . . He sniffed and coughed as his throat closed up. Christ, it was horrible. He’d offered food and drink, but a shower was top of the list.

“Sorry, but I’ve run out of my usual cologne, so I’ve had to splash on Eau de Homeless.”

Jack froze, his arms half in, half out of his coat sleeves. He stared down at the stranger, the stinking, smelly stranger he’d let into his home. And what was the kid doing? Giving him lip. Which Jack knew he deserved. He carried on peeling off his coat and hung it on a hook on the wall. Yep, he’d deserved the comeback because he hadn’t been exactly tactful.

“Sorry. That was a bit – well, you know.” Jack glanced at the kid, but the brief flare of spirit had been doused, leaving him as cowering as he had been on the doorstep. “Look, I’ll sort you out a towel and some clean clothes. I’ve got some old clothes I was going to take to the charity shop, but you might as well have them. I’ll get you a spare razor, too.” Old enough for dark scruff to shadow his skin, Jack thought, so maybe not such a kid after all. Jack turned away, then stopped. A vital piece of information had been omitted.

“I’m Jack, by the way. What’s your name?”

“Rory.”

About the Author

I love all kinds of MM romance and gay fiction, but I especially like contemporary stories. Born and raised in London, the city is part of my DNA so I like to set many of my stories in and around present-day London, providing the perfect, metropolitan backdrop to the main action. I write at home, in the gym, in cafés – in fact any place I can find a good coffee!

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Snark and sass and a whole lot of sexy romance from Lily Morton

Oz (Finding Home, #1)Oz by Lily Morton

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Lily Morton is the Queen of Snark, no-one manages to inject just that right shade of sarcasm and humour into the biting wit which is the hallmark of her characters and in Oz Gallagher she has outdone herself.

I loved Dylan and Gabe, fell for Jude and Asa, adored Henry and Ivo, but Silas and Oz have claimed my heart as easily as the Cornish landscape owns the narrative of this superb romance.

There is such skill in making a book’s setting be almost a character in its own right and having travelled some of the same lanes and visited some of the same places as this book, I can honestly say Lily has perfected it.

While I may not have visited the exact Chi an Mor of Silas and Oz’s romance, I know it exists at the end of some dusty, overgrown narrow lane, with sheep bleating in the adjoining fields and off in the distance, the crashing waves performing a constant backdrop to the sounds of laughter.

This book is a thing of gloriously funny, slow-burning attraction, of ridiculously sexy encounters, of mysterious smells of pipe smoke and leather, of ginormous dogs and meddlesome friends and it’s awesome.

Now, Niall and Milo next yes please and thank you 🙂

#ARC kindly received from the author in return for an honest and unbiased review.

Blethering uncontrollably is all my own work.

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Cute! BDSM romance from the pens of Ari McKay

His To Save (The Candy Cane Club, #2)His To Save by Ari McKay

My rating: 4 of 5 stars

If ever it could be said that a book about a BDSM club – and a sub who needs to learn how to reach subspace after an abusive relationship – was cute, it would be this book.

It really is cute, as well as sweet and funny at times, sexy and emotional and I really enjoyed it.

The idea of using BDSM to treat symptoms of PTSD isn’t a new one, I believe there are actual studies which researched it, and in the hands of this pair of authors, it’s treated with the weight and seriousness it deserves.

There are potential trigger warnings for readers of this book in so much as it discusses emotional abuse in childhood but it’s not given much detail and works really as the hook on which to slot the romance.

Saiph and Nick make a wonderful pair and each one helps the other beat their personal demons.

#ARC kindly received from the authors in return for an honest and unbiased review.

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Review Tour: Goal Line by RJ Scott & V.L. Locey

Goal Line | RJ Scott & V.L. Locey

Harrisburg Railers #6

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Buy Links: Amazon US | Amazon UK

Length: 54,000 words approx.

Cover Design: Meredith Russell

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Blurb

 

Fear and sadness mark Bryan’s life, can Gatlin show him that you have to trust before you can love?

Gatlin Pearce is creeping up on thirty-eight and is still single. It’s not that he wants to be alone, it’s just that he’s too damn old to be in clubs filled with glittery gay boys who can’t even tell him who the Rolling Stones are.

Better to just spend his evenings at Hard Score Ink – his tattoo and artwork shop – creating masterpieces on human flesh, listening to the Railers games, and nursing a cold beer.

His solitary life is about to end when Bryan Delaney, the new Railers backup goalie, shows up at his shop looking for new artwork for his helmet. There’s some sort of sad story in those beautiful eyes of Bryan’s, and Gatlin finds himself more than a little infatuated with the tender new goalie.

Bryan Delaney leaves home at fifteen to live with a billet family. He just wishes that he could have escaped his alcoholic father and strictly devout mother earlier. Drafted to the Arizona Raptors he finds a new family, and his first love affair even if that relationship is marked with violence.

Being traded to the Railers is a shock to the system but the team isn’t like any other he’s ever played on and they truly seem to care about him. It’s only when he meets artist Gatlin, with their shared love of music and hockey, that he realizes how hard it is to escape the past.

Harrisburg Railers Series

Book #1 – Changing Lines – Amazon US | Amazon UK

Book #2 – First Season – Amazon US | Amazon UK

Book #3 – Deep Edge – Amazon US | Amazon UK

Book #4 – Poke Check – Amazon UK | Amazon UK

Book #5 – Last Defense – Amazon US | Amazon UK

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RJ’s goal is to write stories with a heart of romance, a troubled road to reach happiness, and most importantly, that hint of a happily ever after.

RJ is the author of the over one hundred novels and discovered romance in books at a very young age. She realized that if there wasn’t romance on the page, she could create it in her head, and is a lifelong writer.

She lives and works out of her home in the beautiful English countryside, spends her spare time reading, watching films, and enjoying time with her family.

The last time she had a week’s break from writing she didn’t like it one little bit and has yet to meet a bottle of wine she couldn’t defeat.

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V.L. Locey loves worn jeans, yoga, belly laughs, Dr. Who, Torchwood, walking, reading and writing lusty tales, Greek mythology, the New York Rangers, comic books, and coffee. (Not necessarily in that order.) She shares her life with her husband, her daughter, one dog, two cats, two Jersey steers and a flock of assorted domestic fowl.

When not writing lusty tales, she can be found enjoying her day with her menagerie in the rolling hills of Pennsylvania with a cup of fresh java in hand.

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