Here is the order of releases with the tentative release months:


                         A Chance for Us, NVJ Book 2            Nov/Dec 2016

                         Jerricho’s Freedom                            Jan/Feb 2017

                        Happily Ever After Isn’t Easy              Mar/Apr 2017


In addition, I am working on stories:


A Kingdom for a Kiss

Divine Intervention

It’s Never Over


 Gay Romance/Vampire/Dark Fantasy


November 11, 2016 from Dreamspinner Press

Love between a young vampire with a broken mind and the jaded officer who cares for him might be all that stands between a human-vampire war…


Justin Masters is stuck in a nightmare. Waking after seven years in a catatonic state, he falls desperately in love with the straight, NVJ officer who saved him. Between that and dreams of being tortured and taking pleasure in the pain bleeding into his waking hours, Justin's sure he's starting to crack.


The growing unrest in the vampire world should be Max Kincaid’s focus, but Justin’s struggle, along with Max’s confusing feelings for his ward, have him reeling. When Justin's attacked, his resulting needs might be more than what Max can provide, but he’ll be damned if anyone else will touch Justin.


As the NVJ investigates humans missing from a high-end bite club, they uncover a deeper plot that traces back to Justin. If those who want him have their way, there will be bloodshed. Justin and Max are in a fight to save Justin not only from those who would use him, but from his own mind.

Jerricho's Freedom

 Gay Romance/Demon/MPreg


Originally published by Amber Allure in 2014 who closed this year.. Dreamspinner is republishing this story.

Jan/Feb 2017 from Dreamspinner Press

Second Edition

As prince of the Anzuni demon clan, Jerricho’s entire life has been planned for him. At twenty-five, he will become the crown prince of the Anzuni, marry a man chosen by his parents, and bear his husband’s children all without choice. If that wasn’t enough, he must remain a virgin until his wedding night. To do otherwise would spark an unimaginable scandal.

With only eight months until his twenty-fifth birthday, the walls close in on Jerry, and the realization that he will lose his small apartment, his job at the library and his freedom hits hard. But that’s nothing compared to losing the man he loves. Rex is a smart and sexy construction foreman with a keen interest in demon “mythology.” When Jerry and Rex give in to spending one night together, their indiscretion can’t be kept secret for long. But that’s only the beginning of their problems.


Someone wants to harness the power of Jerry’s bloodline and his ability to conceive—someone with designs on horrifying experiments, slavery, and murder. Jerry and Rex are at the mercy of power-hungry sadists. With no one left to trust, they must fight for each other, their freedom—and their unborn child.

Happily Ever After Isn't Easy

Mar/Apr 2017


Happily Ever After Isn't Easy

 New Gay Romance/Contemporary


March/April 2017 from Dreamspinner Press

Freed from a twenty-three-year marriage, Gabe Reynolds is ready for his life as a forty-three-year-old man to start. After one long distance relationship ends, and Tim, the man he’s loved his entire life, crushes his heart, Gabe’s ready to give up. His life revolves around work as a mental health counselor, helping his ex-wife Karen who was diagnosed with bipolar disorder shortly after they were married, and her two adorable twins, Maddy and Mickey, a result of Karen’s affair with the furnace guy. Even though they belong to another man, Gabe cherishes the twins. He’d been unable to give Karen kids and desperately wants children of his own. Brandt Sawyer is a younger, well-built man with a military

cut, gorgeous eyes and is so Gabe’s type—except for the over the top military attitude. By the end of their first meeting, Gabe’s angry, frustrated and unable to stop thinking about the cranky man. After another confrontation with Brandt, Gabe wonders how he could want to punch and kiss the straight, ex-military man with a bad attitude at the same time. But as Gabe gets to know Brandt, he learns that the man isn’t as straight as he thought or as uptight as he seems. He gives into the attraction and spends time with him. As they navigate their relationship, Gabe is pulled in different directions guilt for not being able to love his ex-wife as she needed, the need to keep her stable with her mental illness, all while trying to build a new life. Can he move on and leave his past behind and finally live the life he’s waited half of his life?
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