Look what’s on the Coming Soon page at Dreamspinner! Kurt and Jake, or is that Kurt et Jake? have been available in French in ebook form for a while now. But what if you like the feel and smell of paper, and the delectable rustle of the page as you turn to find what happens next?
Fire on the Mountain, as Brasier sur la Montagne, will be in available in print come June 20th.
The nice folks at Dreamspinner will save you a copy.
It’s Snippet Day! I’ve chosen a chunk of Otter Chaos for you, because my mind’s on shifters. Eden Winters and I will be launching a bear shifter book soon. Next week you might be getting a snippet of bears. 😉
Otter for this week–Corey’s getting a lesson in how differently otter shifters and humans think.
Long minutes passed without a glimpse of underwater otter, leaving the wind and cold to play with Corey. He needed the two-footed, talking version of his boyfriend in order to discuss anything complicated. He hadn’t realized the koi pond would be one of those complicated things.
Which was stupid. When Corey offered to build a koi pond in the back yard for Lon’s once a week shifts into otter form, he’d been thinking outside. And once in a while. Not home spa for mustelids. Or sushi for breakfast.
Lon hadn’t lied to him either. He’d accepted the offer with wonder in his eyes and a bit of drool. “I’ve never eaten a koi,” Lon said, and moved in.
Find the rest here.
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What a collection! Romantic suspense — the bundle organizer swore Spokes is plenty suspenseful. Or maybe the burning rubber is bicycle tires at fifty miles per hour? But still, enough adrenaline to keep your heart pounding.
Some good stuff here: you all know Eden Winters’ Diversion series is great reading, plus some goodies from our buddies Devyn Morgan, Olivette Devaux and Kate Pavelle, and a new to me author, J Roxem. So you know I”ll be plowing through my copy ASAP.
Get the bundle at the new release price: some crazy person priced this collection at $0.99, but that isn’t going to last. I have no idea how long, either, so don’t wait.
What you get:
1. “Flux” by Olivette Devaux
2. “Diversion” by Eden Winters
3. “Being Here : an M/M Novel” by Ada O’Flaherty & J Roxem
4. “Uniform Speed” by Devyn Morgan
5. “Treading Water” by Kate Pavelle
6. “What Happened Then : an M/M novel” by Ada O’Flaherty & J Roxem
7. “Spokes” by P.D. Singer
8. “Body Heat” by Devyn Morgan
Where to get it? Your favorite retailers, plus BundleRabbit, where good books come in big packages.
Amazon | Barnes & Noble | Kobo | Apple | BundleRabbit
Been too long since I played the snippet game, so have a little piece of Fire on the Mountain. Here, Jake and Kurt just put out a small fire caused by lightning strike.
“Point the nozzle up,” Kurt suggested from behind me, “and hang on tight, I’m letting go.”
Warned, I was ready for the jolt in the hose when he let go. I wasn’t ready for him to sprint out into the private rainstorm I was making. Now he stood in dusty green utility pants and boots and nothing else, face up to the spray. The water came down on his upturned face, tilted to catch the arcing wetness, his mouth open and eyes closed, arms wide.
The droplets came down on him as he laughed and enjoyed the impromptu shower. The day was warm and the work had been hot, and now he turned from side to side to cool himself. Shallow rivers ran down his tightly muscled chest and arms and soaked his short, blond hair but couldn’t make it lie down. Instead, the drops caught the sun, flashing the light back at me, and my breath suddenly came short.
The fire in the woods was out. But now there was a fire in me, and it was already raging out of control.
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Yes! This week only, at your favorite retailers. That is, if you like Apple, Amazon, or Barnes & Noble.
Tell your friends it’s the perfect time to visit the high country in Colorado. Kurt and Jake would love the company.
Take a break from academics, enjoy the Colorado Rockies, fight a fire now and then. That’s all Jake Landon expected when he signed up to be a ranger. He’ll partner with some crusty old mountain man; they’ll patrol the wilderness in a tanker, speak three words a day, and Old Crusty won’t be alluring at all. A national forest is big enough to be Jake’s closet—he’ll spend his free time fishing.
Except Old Crusty turns out to be Kurt Carlson: confident, competent, and experienced. He’s also young, hot, friendly, and considers clothing optional when it’s just two guys in the wilderness. Sharing a small cabin with this walking temptation is stressing Jake’s sanity—is he sending signals, or just being Kurt? And how would Kurt react if he found out his new partner wants to start a fire of a different kind? Jake’s terrified—they have to live together for five months no matter what.
Enough sparks fly between the rangers to set the trees alight, but it takes a raging inferno to make Jake and Kurt admit to the heat between them.