Cover Design: Meredith Russell
Length: 34,000 words approx.
Tales of Bryant Series
Book #1 – Tales of Bryant – Amazon US | Amazon UK | Universal Link
Book #2 – Nine Small Sips – Amazon US | Amazon UK | Universal Link
Will Devon and Caiden discover that their new love is a wrap after the filming ends?
Weddings, champagne, and slow dancing. It’s a lethal combination and one that has led film student Devon Maxwell into one awkward predicament. Brought in at the last minute to help his friends Isamu and Brian during their Bryant Park wedding, Devon was not prepared for Caiden Dell to sweep into his life. The spark of attraction between him and the hip film executive was instantaneous. That spark led them right into Caiden’s big bed for a night of pleasure that Devon will never be able to duplicate no matter how many takes life gives him.
To make things even more complicated, Caiden offers the recently vacated job of office intern to him. He’d be a fool to turn down an offer to work at Budgie in the Dell, the hottest LGBT film production company in the Big Apple. Looks as if Devon’s hopes of working in film are about to come true. He’s ready for days filled with tiring shoots, long hours, and irate actors. He just never dreamed his nights would overflow with passion, laughter, and whispers shared with a gorgeous, older lover.
USA Today Bestselling Author V.L. Locey – Penning LGBT hockey romance that skates into sinful pleasures.
V.L. Locey loves worn jeans, yoga, belly laughs, walking, reading and writing lusty tales, Greek mythology, Torchwood and Dr. Who, 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, a pair of geese, far too many chickens, and two steers.
When not writing spicy romances, she enjoys spending her day with her menagerie in the rolling hills of Pennsylvania with a cup of fresh java in one hand and a steamy romance novel in the other.
Bands. It’s being held at Cambria Bay, a resort town that brings in
tourism by having over the top events. Daryl Keeley, drummer for the
wild metal band, Lythium Madness, is excited not only for the
competition but for the opportunity to stay at one of the world’s
best vacation spots for the holiday. It’s Christmas, but there won’t
be any snow in tropical Cambria Bay, and that’s fine with Daryl,
since every other aspect of his life is too cold. No lover. A family
that disowned him for being a rock drummer rather than his sexuality.
His bandmates are his only real home.
he meets Micah Bray, a bassist from another band, Jungle Lake Riot.
They’re not very good, but Micah pulls them up with his unusual
talent. He’s a quiet force to be reckoned with, and when he plays
with Daryl…sparks fly.
the Sangria is cold. When she’s not writing she’s kayaking,
hanging with her husband, or reading by the pool. Lynn writes
Male/Male romance because she believes everyone deserves a happy
ending and the dynamics of male characters can be intriguing,
vulnerable, and exciting. She has both contemporary and paranormal
titles and has been writing since 2014. Her stories don’t follow
any set guidelines or ideas, but come from her heart and contain love
in many forms.
Jacob and his twin brother Lucas arrived at the Kingdom of
Miraennon every fall and always left before spring arrived. They
would bring with them tales of magical worlds and brought wonder to
his boring life. Then last year, Jacob Riker arrived alone and they
grew closer than Menion should have allowed. Menion was expected to
be married and be the next Lord of Miraennon by Christmas. None of
those plans involved Jacob Riker.
moment. After the months together, that had been Jacob’s own personal
Christmas miracle, Menion Astaulind standing in the snow breaking his
heart and proclaimed love for another.
over the only man he ever loved before Christmas comes again.
more than writing down all the stories that make up her world. She
can often be found curled up in front of her laptop with a cup of tea.
family. They grudgingly accepted him being gay, but when Jamie’s
father finds him wearing one of his sister’s dresses, Jamie ends on
his best friend’s sofa. An ad for a female live-in nanny position
in rural Kansas seems like a Christmas gift from above and a solution
to his homelessness. Never mind that Jamie knows nothing about farm
life. Or cows. Or kids. At least he knows how to rock a dress.
in desperate need of female assistance. At least that were his
mother’s last words before she left for Florida with her new
husband. All Ben knows is raising cattle. Now he’s tasked with
raising his niece Charlie as well. The last thing Ben expected when
he placed an ad for a nanny was to develop confusing feelings for the
of a pet cow, and a mischievous little girl, two men might find the
true meaning of home, family, and love.
everybody and everybody knows you. She migrated to a bigger town to
attend college, although her parents often wonder if she really moved
out. Now, with a degree in her pocket, she’s perfectly capable of
working as a librarian. Never one to do what’s expected of her, Liza
currently browses different branches of employment.
the guys living in her head any longer. And to distract herself from
the stifling, non-fiction stuff taught in class. Liza is really fond
of the dudes whispering in her mind—no matter if handsome or
flawed, big or small, sulky or easy-going. They all deserve love and
cup of tea, a cat in her lap, or a camera at the ready.
the first time.
the snow. He supposed he hadn’t exactly met Manuel that way since
he’d been unconscious, but that was probably not the best first
him home—and Curtis ran away.
knows they’re from Curtis. With Christmas looming so close and
Manuel’s mood being so dark because of his mother’s recent death,
he’s not sure what to do about it—or about Curtis. Curtis seems
to be intent on gently pushing his way into Manuel’s life, though,
and Manuel doesn’t exactly mind.
the Whitedell Pride Series and the Gillham Pack Series. While she
graduated in translation, she decided to go the writer’s way
because it was more fun to create her own stories and characters.
daughter of the North—Belgium to be precise—and she misses it so
much that she’s already planning to move back.
She sneaks some reading time in her schedule every time she has five
minutes free from writing, demands from her various pets and son, and
content and a giveaway!