Wednesday, February 26, 2014

#GLBT COMING SOON: Private Screening - The Passion that Ignited a Hollywood Scandal

AVAILABLE: Monday, March 3rd
This title is offered at a 10% discount. Offer ends midnight CST, March 10th.
[Siren Everlasting Classic ManLove: Erotic Alternative Romance, M/M, HEA]

Jack Mason is at the height of his career. Being one of the highest paid movie stars certainly has its perks, but despite all his riches and the women who constantly throw themselves at him, there is one thing he’s always desired.

Dean Walker was at a dead-end job in marketing when his cousin invited him to California for some much deserved rest and relaxation. He doesn't quite mesh with the glitz and glamour of her Hollywood lifestyle, but he does his best to make nice for his cousin's sake.

At a party, Jack and Dean happen upon a private screening room that has some old film reels. Out of curiosity they take a look at the vintage film, and soon the two are embroiled in a night of passion that not only takes them by surprise, but could quite possibly cause a Hollywood scandal.

“Honestly? Right now, I’d go so far as to say I have no limits. Quite frankly, all I can think about is fucking you. How? Where? When? None of that matters. How kinky it is? I don’t really care. I’d fuck you doing fifty down the highway on the back of a motorcycle if that’s what got you off.”

Tuesday, February 25, 2014

#Tuesday20 ~ Runaway Wolf by Olivia Black

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Runaway Wolf
Silver Bullet Series, Book 6

[Siren Classic ManLove: Erotic Alternative Paranormal Romance, M/M, werewolves, public exhibition, light consensual BDSM, spanking, HEA]

Maddox Collins doesn’t believe he deserves forgiveness after the mistakes he’s made. He brought pain and heartache to not only one of his best friends, Holden, but also to his mate, Scout. He betrayed his fated mate in the worst way imaginable. Guilt and self-loathing eat at him daily, forcing him to run away.  

Scout York is doing his best to help his mate. The young man made a mistake and is punishing himself. He’s also doing everything he can to push Scout away, creating a wedge between them. At his wit's end and running out of options, Scout decides to punish his mate. He’s hoping that an intense scene in the dungeon at Silver Bullet will bring them closer together and help Maddox forgive himself and let go of the past.

Can these two fated mates work out their issues and live happily ever after?

1st 20 sentences ~ 

     Maddox Collins lay in bed staring at the ceiling. He was waiting for Scout and Montana to fall asleep. The two men had been keeping him inside their home, away from the pack that hated him. He didn’t blame them. His actions had dictated this outcome. He’d crossed the line in a moment of jealous rage and attacked his best friend, Holden. Hell, he almost killed the man.
     Bile rose to his throat, almost choking him, and Maddox sat up. He swung his legs over the side of the bed, placing his elbows on his thighs, and took a few deep breathes. Guilt and shame ate at him and he knew that he needed to leave New Orleans. He didn’t belong, not when he’d caused so much pain and damage to those around him.
     Standing up, Maddox grabbed his backpack and slung it over both his shoulders. He tried not to make a noise as he tiptoed to the bedroom door. Pressing his ear against the door, he closed his eyes and listened, trying to locate any sounds. Silence. His heart hammered hard against his chest and nervous energy filled his stomach, making him slightly ill. Maddox gripped the knob and turned it slowly. He didn’t want Scout, his mate, to stop him from leaving. He didn’t deserve the compassion or forgiveness he saw in the other man’s eyes.
     Stepping into the hallway, Maddox moved carefully over the carpeted floor. With the supernatural hearing of shifters he was scared that he’d get caught any second. Each step felt like a small victory until he finally reached the front door. He closed his eyes for a moment, forcing himself to not look back. It was hard to walk away this time. He wasn’t a kid, leaving New Orleans and heading for a private school in Europe. He was an adult leaving his fated mate.

Monday, February 24, 2014

Cover Reveal + a Giveaway

Just 5 weeks away from the release of When He Woke and I'm here with a cover reveal and a contest! I'll be offering up 2 prizes with the rafflecopter below. 

They are, 1 - eBook copy of my upcoming release, Private Screening, and $5 in Strandbucks

I'll draw 2 winners once the contest ends at midnight, March 2nd, so be sure to enter daily because there are many ways for you to throw your name in the hat! The more you share, the better your chances!

Without further adieu, here is ~ 

When He Woke 

[Erotic Alternative Ménage a Trois Romance, M/M/M, HEA]

Matt Caynor had his whole world turned upside down two years ago when a car accident left his partner, Aaron Mayburn in a coma. For months he remained vigil by his bedside, hoping for a miracle the doctors told him would never come.

Steve Pierce met Matt Caynor three months ago and took an instant liking to him. After a whirlwind romance the two find themselves falling in love and planning for a future together until a phone call comes in from the hospital that changes everything.

When Aaron wakes from his coma, Matt is forced to let go of the man he’s falling in love with to be with the one he thought he’d lost. With each passing day he finds himself walking a tightrope between gratitude and despair, not knowing that he might just be given everything he wants. If only he’s brave enough to take it. 

Unedited Excerpt
After losing two years together, Aaron didn’t like the idea of not having the upper hand. He wanted back what they once had. The fire, the passion, he wanted it back just like it was two years ago.
It still seemed so strange to him. For Aaron it was still two years earlier. Aside from the change in his appearance, he didn’t feel any differently.
He knew it wasn’t the same for Matt though. On the surface everything seemed normal. They hugged, held hands, even kissed, but there was something in Matt’s eyes that he couldn’t quite get a reading on.
That knowledge disturbed him on so many levels. He’d always been able to read Matt so easily. He could sense his feelings, sometimes even know what he was about to say. They had this connection that many had teased them about.
Their inexplicable ability to finish one another’s sentences or any other number of countless ways they fit together, all led up to one defining factor. They were soul mates, two people who were destined to be together. Since he woke up, he couldn’t say that he didn’t feel the same way. He just didn’t know if Matt did. 
“Here you go. One turkey and Swiss on whole wheat bread, complete with mayo, tomatoes, iceberg lettuce, and one thinly sliced red onion.” Matt handed Aaron the plate and a napkin.
“Thanks, babe. But don’t you want me to eat in the kitchen?” he asked, surprised. The Matt he remembered hated crumbs and anything even remotely messy.
“No. Sit here on the couch. Relax.”
Aaron raised a brow at him questioningly. “You are going to let me eat in the living room?”
“I just handed it to you, didn’t I? Now come on, eat up before the bread dries up,” Matt insisted.
“Okay, who are you and what have you done with Matt?”
“Oh would you just stop it. Eat up.”
“What happened to the obsessive compulsive Matt? The Matt who wouldn’t let me eat anywhere besides the kitchen?”
“Yeah well, you’d be surprised what two years could do to a person,” he answered somberly.
There it was. That glint in Matt’s eyes that he’d seen too many times in the past days. It was obvious that Matt was glad to have him back. He clearly still loved him and was willing to do anything to make Aaron comfortable. There was just something that he was keeping hidden, something that Aaron couldn’t figure out.
“I wish I could take it all back,” Aaron told him.
“You? What did you do?”
“Took the world’s longest nap.”
“Aaron, none of what happened was your fault.”
“Maybe, maybe not. But, hey…I got out of doing housework for two years. So I guess I’m some sort of evil genius.” He grinned.
“Now that I would believe. You always could come up with the most creative excuses for not vacuuming or folding the laundry.”
“What can I say…what you see here, it’s a lot more than just a pretty face.” Aaron winked playfully, but wasn’t quite feeling that humorous.
“Something on your mind?” Matt asked.
Aaron took a bite of the sandwich and shook his head in answer. In truth there were tons of things on his mind. None of which he wanted to discuss or delve into.
“Hmm…you sure?” Matt asked again.
He continued taking large bites of his sandwich, ensuring that his mouth would be too full to talk or carry on a conversation. He just nodded his head in answer and held up the sandwich with a grin.
“Okay, well I was thinking about drawing you a bath so you could relax. Why don’t you wait here and—”
Aaron grabbed his hand and swallowed his bite. “Wait.”
“What’s wrong?”
“Nothing’s wrong. It’s just…I’ve been relaxing for two years. I’d like to just take a nice long, hot shower. And maybe even shave.”
“Okay, babe. Let me get the things ready in the bathroom for you. Finish your sandwich and just come in when you’re ready, okay?” Matt kissed his forehead and left the room.
Aaron watched him walk away. That kiss on the forehead had been one of many that he’d received in the past few days. He never much minded those sweet little things Matt had done, but he couldn’t help but want for more. Sure they had kissed on the lips, but they hadn’t full-on kissed. Not the types of kisses they used to give one another when they were hungry for one another. He missed that. He needed that. 

Tuesday, February 18, 2014

#Tuesday 20 ~ Red Moon Rising by Joy Lynn Fielding

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Red Moon Rising by Joy Lynn Fielding
Caught in the wrong place at the wrong time, Tristan Howe is abducted and imprisoned by a pack at war with his own. His future looks bleak until he finds an unexpected ally in enemy pack member, Colby Williams. A fragile bond develops between them as they escape together.
Once he’s safely back with his own pack, Tristan finds his feelings for Colby are more than just gratitude for being rescued. He’s delighted to learn that they’re reciprocated, and even more excited to realize he and Colby are mates.
But idealistic Tristan finally has to face up to the fact that even true love might not be enough to defeat the forces ranged against them—not least his pack-mates’ suspicion and hostility toward Colby, and a mate so scarred by his abusive past that he doesn’t know how to be free. All Tristan can do is try.

Tuesday 20

Tristan liked working the late shift at the diner. He enjoyed every shift, for that matter—free food wasn’t to be sneezed at, and at twenty years old he was still a growing boy, even if Bryce was beginning to mutter that six one was quite grown enough, thank you. But the late shift was the best because he got to take home any cupcakes that were left over from Jason’s baking session that morning. He sometimes wondered if Sam kept them back for him, because one time he’d mentioned it to Jason and he’d looked blankly at Tristan. “Never happens when Riley’s working that shift,” he’d said.  
Well, maybe that was because Sam, along with Tristan, hadn’t yet forgiven Riley for what he’d done to Jason. Sure, he could see that Jason was drifting around with a permanent smile in his eyes these days, happier than Tristan had ever known him, but Tristan still didn’t like Riley. He’d seemed so nice and easy to talk to, but all along he’d been lying to them, and now he was living as part of the pack and they were all supposed to try and get along with him.

Bryce had said to give it time. Well, it had been a month or so, and still Tristan hardly spoke to him, even if he did take some private amusement in seeing the way Riley, so full of himself at first and obviously thinking a job at the diner was beneath his special talents, had knuckled down to help Sam out while her waitress was off sick.

Tristan hung around till Sam had put the day’s takings in the safe because leaving her alone while she counted out piles of bills didn’t sit right with him—if he knew her routine, others would too. And when that was done, he headed out, happily clutching a paper bag containing his cupcakes.

The night was still and quiet and he shivered slightly at the chill in the air. Fall was here, and it would only get colder and darker from now on. The moon hung large and red in the sky, as if washed with blood, and he shivered again. This was the twenty-first century and he didn’t believe all those old shifter superstitions, but there was something about the moon that defied all science because how in the hell was it possible that a wolf’s coat could turn silver in moonlight the way Jesse’s did unless there was something in the old tales of moonlight and magic?
The scent of white chocolate and raspberry from the bag he was holding brought him back to himself—the moon was red due to atmospheric pollution and nothing else. With a grin at his idiocy, he headed toward his car, fumbling in his pocket for his keys. And then he stopped dead. Something was wrong.

Keep up to date with Joy on her blog.

Friday, February 14, 2014

You're Just My Type ~ #MFRWAuthors #Heart2Heart #GLBT Blog Hop

Last year I was separated from my honey on Valentine's Day due to his work. Since he is usually a very romantic man, I look forward to special days like V Day. Sadly, his work kept him away and me all alone. :-( So, I curled up with a glass of wine, a book and forgot about the outside world. I was reading for about an hour when the phone rang. Since the hubs was working late I hadn't expected to hear from him, but at around 8 o'clock he called and asked what I was doing. I told him I was reading and enjoying a glass of wine, but wished he was there with me. He apologized and asked if the book was any good. It wasn't bad, but I was feeling down and not really feeling the story. So, I responded with a "not really". He asked why, since he knows I love to read and can get lost in almost any story. It hit me then, and I responded quite honestly with, "these guys in the book aren't my type. You are."
He sort of chuckled and teased me for being mushy, but what had said was completely true. No matter how much I love the males in my books, none of then can hold a candle to my guy. Because, he's just my type!

Take a peek at my newest release, Fifteen Year's Later and leave me comment below with your email address. And once you're done hop on over to some of the other cool stops in the hop! It's that simple! A winner will be drawn on 2/17!

Will the danger destroy Peter and Dex? Or will they be able to salvage what they walked away from fifteen years ago?

Peter Collingswood was a successful businessman. He and his father had built a lucrative empire together. His life was rich with opportunity, and he wanted for almost nothing. Except for one man who had haunted his dreams since a summer night fifteen years ago.
Dex Henry was an uncomplicated man who lived his life simply. His bank account was as modest as they came. Still, despite his lack of money there was nothing that he wished for. Except for the one man he knew he could never have.
When a tragedy in Peter’s family brings him back to Crystal Cove, he finds himself face-to-face with Dex once again. As the spark they once shared reignites neither of them is aware that a threat lurks in the surrounding forest. Will the danger destroy them both? Or will they be able to salvage what they walked away from fifteen years ago?
"..So much time had passed since that humid August night that in some ways he wondered if it had even been a memory or just a fantasy that he’d conjured up in his mind.."

Watch for the prequel to Fifteen Years Later,
coming to you FREE from Man Love Authors soon! 


Tuesday, February 11, 2014

#Tuesday20 ~ When He Woke by Taylor Brooks

Welcome to the first ever "virgin" installment of the "Tuesday 20 with Taylor Brooks". Each Tuesday I will be bringing to you the first 20 sentences from works in progress or current releases from me and many other talent authors!

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Today I'm giving you a look at my most recent completed manuscript, "When He Woke"


Aaron Mayburn woke to the rhythmic sound of continuous beeping and swooshing sounds. His first attempt at opening his eyes had been wrought with a heaviness that came over him. He felt tired, like he hadn’t slept at all. Despite his fatigue he tried again, pushing aside his weakened state and forced his eyelids open.

He’d expected to be greeted by the bright glare of the sun, but instead he found himself in a dark room, immersed in surroundings that weren’t familiar to him. He scanned the large window and the adjacent walls as he tried to place where he ended up last night. None of it looked familiar and his memory of the night before seemed to be even more of a mystery than the room he was in.

He could still hear the beeping which was the first thing that roused him from his sleep. As he attempted to turn his head he felt an odd stiffness in his body. Every part of him ached as though he’d worked all of his muscles to the point of atrophy.

Was that what he had done last night? Had he gone to the gym and over done it? He usually knew his limits and had learned the hard way to pace himself. Even if he had gotten in a rough workout that didn’t explain how on earth did he wound up in this room, wherever it was.

Where was Matt? His eyes swept the room, looking for traces of him, but couldn’t see much more than the walls. The beeping was beginning to drive him crazy and he made a second attempt to turn his head once again.

After using all of his strength he managed to shift his body a little. He couldn’t understand why he felt so lethargic. Everything in his mind felt hazy and he didn’t feel like he had control over his own body.

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Friday, February 7, 2014

Desperately Seeking an Alpha Blog Hop

Hi everyone! Welcome to my part of the Desperately Seeking an Alpha Blog Hop brought to us by Sam Cheever!

This is an adult - erotic romance blog & post

In this stop I wanted to introduce you to Sebastian Montgomery, the wealthy CEO in my recent release, Serving Sebastian who knows what he wants and has no problem taking it! Even if that means crossing the lines between business and pleasure.

Below is an excerpt of Sebastian when he's taking what he wants, but don't forget to scroll to the bottom for your chance to win a pretty cool prize!

Sebastian leaned forward until his lips were nearly touching Lucas’s. “Tell me, Lucas. If you could do anything in the world right now, what is it you would like to do?”

Lucas turned his head and whispered into Sebastian’s ear. “I’d rather show you than tell you.”

His cock twitched in his pants at the memory of how good it felt to have Lucas’s soft lips wrapped around his dick. He had sucked him off so eagerly that just picturing it again was driving him crazy.

Sebastian moved in closer and placed his lips at the lower tip of Lucas’s earlobe. With soft whispers he answered, “Show me then. Show me what you want.”

“I want this, I want you.” Lucas reached his hand down and began rubbing his hands against the fabric of Sebastian’s trousers.

He could feel the long fingers of his assistant grasping at his cock. His blood was racing through his veins, causing friction to his already heightened libido.

“You want me, huh? You want this hard cock? Are you sure?” Sebastian reached down and unfastened his belt and trousers until they hung on his hips. He then traced a line along Lucas’s lower lip with his fingertip before sliding it inside his mouth.

Lucas wrapped his lips around Sebastian’s finger. His eyes closed and a moan escaped him while Sebastian worked his finger in and out several times, mimicking exactly what he’d like to do with his cock.

“There…you like to suck on things don’t you?” he asked.

Lucas opened his eyes. They did the talking for him as he stared back at Sebastian with intent.

“Yeah…I can see how bad you want it.”

Sebastian took his finger out and brought his hand down below. He slowly unzipped his pants until the two sides parted open. His cock poked at his silk boxers, which were decorated with a liquid stain of his pre-cum. He slid his fingers into the waistband of his underwear and pushed them down to his thighs.

His cock plopped free and jutted out into the open. It throbbed in anticipation of what was to come. He could barely stand waiting for the sweet feel of Lucas’s tongue along his engorged flesh.

“I think you should suck on this. Show me how bad you want me. Prove it to me.” He taunted even more.

Lucas seemed visibly shaken, but not in a bad way. Sweat beaded across his forehead in the temperature controlled office. His eyes glinted with a desire that magnified what Sebastian remembered seeing last week, and his voice trembled as he began to speak.

“Jesus, I want that so fucking bad.”

A pleased smile formed on Sebastian’s face. He always had a dominant streak to him that was hard to contain, but Lucas seemed to enjoy it. There was something powerful about being able to have a lover submit to his desires.

Sebastian stepped a few feet away. He was becoming more excited by the second and could already feel his climax knocking on orgasm’s door, ready to crash the party. He needed to gain his bearings and get a hold of himself.

He turned and sat down in his large leather chair. The feel of cool leather hit his ass cheeks and jolted his senses. His balls relaxed a little from the sudden change in his body’s temperature and he slouched back in the seat. He then spread his legs and with nothing more than his eyes motioned for Lucas to kneel before him.
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