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I'd already part-edited Wild Raspberries so it didn't take too long to get it ready to post. The sequel Wintergreen will take a week or so to get ready.

When runaway Daniel Seaton inadvertently trespasses on Tyler Edward's land, Tyler nearly shoots him on sight.

Tyler's got a lot of years under his belt, and his past doesn't let him accept strangers easily. Dan's situation is dire enough that Tyler takes him home, at least for a little while, and that turns out to be a good decision when Tyler's injured and needs Dan's help.

Tyler's learning to trust, and Dan's settling in to a new life, but things aren't always what they seem. Between interfering friends, injuries, and their attraction to each other, Tyler and Dan have plenty of to deal with even before Tyler's previous career returns to haunt them. Can they overcome what lies in the past to have a future with each other?

Wild Raspberries at AO3

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Sep. 16th, 2017 09:47 pm
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I got my Torquere books back and after reworking one to sell decided that I'd edit them to bring them in line with my current style (way less... and --) and offer them free as a thank you to all the kind readers out there.

The first of them, Drawing Closer, is also my first novel, published back in 2006. It's at AO3 and it's mild BDSM.

Charles is a professor, an expatriate Brit, and a man with a past. He's put that aside, living the peaceful life he thinks he needs. He figures he's happy.

Until he meets Gray Collins, that is. Persistent, stubborn, and hot, Gray turns Charles's world upside down and brings him a future he never expected, with links to a past he's tried to forget.

Drawing Closer

General update

Sep. 8th, 2017 06:31 pm
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I live in Houston, which has not been a great location for the last couple of weeks. Houston got a year's worth of rain in 3-4 days a week or 2 back thanks to Hurricane Harvey, and parts of the city are still under water.

We were astoundingly fortunate. Water never got into our house or our vehicles, unlike thousands of our neighbors. Homes just a few blocks from us had 4-5 feet of water in them. We couldn't go more than half a mile from our house before the water was too deep for safety. Good friends have lost everything they owned with 5-7 feet of water in their homes and their vehicles submerged.

Our problems were minor. Our dogs were going stir-crazy because classes and dog events were cancelled. A local comic con I had planned to attend was cancelled because the building is being used as a shelter. We're having to shuffle responsibilities at our training club because some very active members lost everything, and they don't currently have the time or energy to deal with dog club stuff. I think I have survivors guilt for getting off so lightly.

Now I'm watching impending disaster for Florida. Pray for them to survive Irma. Pray for Houston to recover from Harvey.


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