It's been a while since I've been on here, so much craziness going on. (I'll write a post about that at a later date) Until then, I hope you enjoy Devil in the Details that is now available for order and welcome my guests Skye Dragen and J. Roman sharing their releases with us today!
All Riley Black ever wanted was a happy, simple life. Living with his boyfriend, he’d assumed he
had that life until one of their lovers’ tiffs turns deadly. Somewhere between life and death, he fights to overcome the destruction caused by the man who was supposed to protect him.
Cage is a Demon Lorde who loved and lost and planned on never loving again. When his brother asks him to save the life of a broken human hanging onto life by a thread, he feels compelled to grant his request. Despite his resolve, he begins to feel affection for the brave man he’s saved.
Together Riley and Cage may teach each other how to love again, but forces much stronger than them are at work to tear them apart. As a deadly game of obsession and desire plays out, they will have to learn just how far they’re willing to go to keep their love and one another alive.
About Skye Dragen
Born to write legends in love, Skye is a chemist turned writer living in a ivory tower. Though no dragons currently occupy the space, five werecats, a irritatingly chipper parakeet, and a very understanding prince charming provide endless entertainment. You can usually find her curled up in the den, watching the bad reality TV her prince is addicted to, and dreaming up her next set of heroes. She welcomes questions and comments from her readers at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Payne has always had trouble fitting in, and being abandoned by his parents has left him reluctant totrust anyone. He knows he’s different, but he has no idea how different until his grandfather invites him to Blackwater Falls—a beautiful estate he’s offered as his inheritance. Payne thinks it’s too good to be true, and it turns out he’s right.
Walking the wooded trails of the estate begins to awaken something in Payne. As he discovers his Fae nature, he learns his family’s legacy: to serve as caretakers to a preserve for Sidhe, Fae, and other magical creatures. Word of the return of the long-lost Fae prince reaches the preserve’s inhabitants, and Payne must navigate a world of political intrigue he can’t begin to understand as various factions seek to entice him to their Courts.
Dragon Aden Canicus offers to tutor Payne, and the tension between them is instant and growing. But prickly and aloof Aden keeps Payne at arm’s length. Unable to trust their connection when his family is threatened, Payne seeks other allies. Their direction leads him down a dangerous path where a dragon’s affection is the least of his concerns and may even end his life.
About J. Roman
J. Roman is a believer in second chances and making things happen. Living with his lovely wife, a menagerie of animals, and his hippie mother-in-law makes it difficult to find time to write but they are colorful characters who offer endless inspiration and support for his stories. A firm believer in happily ever after, J. thinks that everyone deserves a happy ending, even if it takes a little more work for some people to get there.
For Scotty Riesen, hiding his sexuality in Ma's Trick, Louisiana hasn't been easy, given his secret relationship with his next-door neighbor, football star, and fellow closet case, Jean Lafitte. One night he decides that living in the closet is no way to go through life. He comes out, but he isn’t prepared for the backlash from his parents and friends.
Scotty takes a bus to New Orleans to make a new life for himself. Playing janitor and dancing boy at the gay bar Burnt Reflections is a lot better than living on the street, but he can’t forget Jean Lafitte no matter how many men throw themselves at him.
Despite everything, Jean Lafitte may yet prove just how far he’s willing to go to make a relationship with Scotty work. Traveling down to New Orleans to find Scotty is just the start of a courtship that won’t be stopped by anything less than a Louisiana hurricane.