Damn that was fast–Fall Down!

Good heavens, we just finished writing the blurb! And I just got an email saying “here’s your link on the Coming Soon page!”

That’s here at Dreamspinner (dances happily).

Here’s what Ginnifer and I came up with, plus a couple of opinions from Eden Winters and  Amelia Gormley. Whaddaya think?


Every night ski patrol Mark McAvoy relives the avalanche that took a life on his watch. Emotionally fragile and single by choice, he’s aghast at his friends’ taking charge of his social life. Hosting a potluck will at least provide him with a good meal.

Invited to the potluck on a whim, Allan Tengerdie catches Mark’s eye—and taste buds. This cuddly chef could be perfect for a lonely, too-thin skier; too bad Allan falls better than he skis. When Allan’s injured and frightened he’ll lose his catering company, he’s afraid to ask too much of a man he barely knows.

Mark wants to help but has his own problems. Was the avalanche a tragic accident or cold-blooded murder? His role in the inquiry leaves Mark in trouble at work, at the mercy of the law, and with too much time on his hands. If he clings tightly to Allan, will they be swept away together?

First edition published by Torquere Press (2010).

Bonus Story: Storm on the Mountain

A blizzard shuts down the ski resort, giving Mark a chance to show Allan he’s learned from his mistakes. Does he know Allan well enough now to say what’s in his heart?


Well, I’m all excited (ya think?), and hope a couple of you nice folks want to find out what happened to Mark, who really needed his own story after the events of Snow on the Mountain.

6 responses to “Damn that was fast–Fall Down!

  1. YAY congratulations! I’m very excited for this book!

  2. Congratulations! Happy dances with you!

  3. Congrats! Shall I add you to the schedule? 🙂

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