Monday, April 6, 2020

Free stories and uncoming New Release!

Hey there darlins!

It's still a crazy time, and I know you guys are coping as best you can. My family is mostly healthy, with one confirmed case in my brother-in-law, a doctor (not surprising, unfortunatelyz). He seems to be doing well at home, thank god.

I feel helpless and sad, among other things, so let me give you some stuff! In case you haven't already read these ones, I hhave three free short stories up on Prolific Works: The Wild Hunt, House Rules, and Different Spheres. I'm attaching links for downloads in case you haven't picked them up and are interested.

Different Spheres:

House Rules:

The Wild Hunt:

I've also got a book coming out with LA Witt on Wednesday called Protective Behavior, a standalone book in the Bad Behavior series. M/M romantic suspense, heavy on the suspense Preorder here to save money before the Wednesday release!

Detective Mark Thibedeau is perfectly happy doing his job in Internal Affairs and going home to his cat. Still, when his assistant wants to set him up on a blind date, he can’t help but be intrigued.

Dr. Ryan Campbell loves the frenetic pace of working in an emergency department. He likes his life and doesn’t need anyone. But that guy his colleague wants him to meet does sound pretty interesting.

It’s instant chemistry when they meet—and instant chaos.

That chaos isn’t just phone calls interrupting dates. When a patient comes into the ED rapidly bleeding out from a gunshot wound, Ryan suddenly finds himself in possession of evidence that could very well put two white cops in jail for killing an innocent black man in cold blood.

Not sure what else to do, Ryan takes the evidence to the only cop he can trust—Mark.

Now Mark is investigating a delicate case, and Ryan is a material witness, and putting their fledgling relationship on hold is the least of their problems. Dirty cops stalk Ryan and his colleagues. Higher-ups question Mark’s investigative integrity at every turn. Worse, he’s tugging at threads of a citywide systemic problem of cops getting away with racially motivated murder.

And there are cops with blood on their hands who will gladly kill to keep that system running.

CW: Racially motivated violence, white cop-on-black civilian violence

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