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Monday, June 11, 2012

Win a Free Copy of Hook, Line & Sinker!

The Release date is fast approaching. This Friday, Hook, Line & Sinker will be available from The Wild Rose Press's Wilder Roses. Click here to find out what card game Taz and Ridge will be playing, then leave a comment telling me. I'll enter your name for a chance to win a free copy. Winner will be drawn on June 22, 2012.

Wednesday, April 11, 2012

Hook, Line & Sinker Release Date!

My new male/male short story will release on June 15, 2012 from The Wild Rose Press as part of their Boys of Summer series. I'm so excited! I really enjoyed writing the two heroes, Taz and Ridge. They're two men you can't help but cheer on to their HEA...and they are hot.

Here's the blurb:  Outdoorsman Taz Harris can't imagine life in a stuffy office, but times are hard and his family's hunting and fishing business is on the line. That's why the week he'll serve as entrepreneur Ridge Pender's fishing guide has to be perfect. Even if that means denying what he feels for Ridge.

Denial is the last thing Ridge wants. He's returned to Harris Mountain Lake, for more than sunshine and fresh air. He wants the sexy fisherman who made him forget his fast paced life. He wants Taz--in his arms and in his bed. But as their passion sizzles in the summer heat, finances--not fishing--could tear them apart forever.

Thursday, March 15, 2012

No Invitation Needed--Check out this New Author

If you enjoy your erotica with a male-male twist, Oral Invitation by B.J. Hayes is an excellent read for under a dollar. Here's the blurb:

Dylan Lindstrom has always loved women and always will. At least that's what he thinks until free spirit Jackson Carter invites him back to his place for a beer. Jackson is athletic, outgoing, good-looking, loves motorcycles—a man’s man—and Dylan feels an instant connection with him. But when Jackson offers him more than a bike ride through Denver, Dylan must decide if he’s ready to accept Jackson’s oral invitation.
Here's the excerpt--it was enough to grab me--Hook, Line & Sinker--lol.
“Here it is.” He handed Dylan a brochure. “I’ve done this ride before. We go through Dillon, then over Rabbit Ears Pass through Steamboat to this tiny little town called Murphy where we have dinner and spend the night. Then we head back around the long way.” He pointed to the map inside the brochure. “There’s some great scenery through here, and we ought to glimpse some wildlife. A beautiful canyon. It’s about four hours the first day, five hours home the second. Because it’s short, we don’t have to get up at the buttcrack of dawn.”

Dylan laughed. “That sounds good. I’m not a real morning person. Except when I get up to play racquetball.”

“You play? So do I. We should play sometime.”

“Yeah, sure. I’d like to.”

“Okay, I’ll give you a call.” He pressed the brochure into Dylan’s hand. “You can keep this. I hope you’ll think about going.”

“I sure will. I haven’t had the time for a long ride in a while. I’ve missed it.” He took a long draft of his beer. “I used to ride all summer when I was in college, the years after college, too. I haven’t had time lately. Been too busy building my business. I sure miss the sun and wind on my face, though. So relaxing.”

“I know what you mean,” Jackson said. “There’s something about being on that bike that relaxes me like nothing else.” He let out a soft chuckle. “Well, almost nothing else.”

“Yeah.” Dylan couldn’t help smiling. “I’d take a good blow job over a bike ride any day.”

“Me, too.” Jackson looked straight into Dylan’s eyes. “You want one now?”

This is not a long read by any means, but Hayes has created two well-rounded (and endowed) characters you'll find yourself rooting for. The sex scenes are hot and explicit, but with plenty of emotion to help you remember what you're reading is a romance.

Monday, February 20, 2012


I am so excited to be able to show you the cover to my upcoming release. Hook, Line & Sinker will be coming out from The Wild Rose Press as part of their Boys of Summer series. Look for it in just a few months. If the weather hasn't heated you up, this story will!