Thursday, 25 July 2013

July round up

Good morning world,

After my writer's block meltdown I've been concentrating on a new website promoting UK gay romance books, because our genre is wonderful and we need a lot more love in the UK.

Wonderful Banner made by Paul Richmond

UK Gay Romance is run by me and sponsored by Dreamspinner. We now have a blog, Twitter and Facebook.

We've already had a great giveaway, interviews and a celebration of equal marriage, and that's just in a week.

As for me, homelife has its moments so I might be a little distracted, but that doesn't stop the shiny new releases.

Holding Together, published by Total-E-Bound, is out this week.

Book Two in the The Arches series.
Darius is bored until his boyfriend, Luca, makes him work at The Arches. Then Luca is taken ill. Can Darius hold the gym and their relationship together?
Darius barely sees his boyfriend. Luca is working all hours at The Arches gym, and Darius goes out clubbing most evenings to relieve the boredom. He’s really tempted to play with other bears at the club.
Then Luca makes Darius work at The Arches to give him something to do. Cleaning! Darius is not impressed, especially when some of the gym staff are hostile to him. He sticks it out, and to his surprise starts to enjoy the work. Luca loves having him around and makes sure he knows—in true Luca style.
Darius is not prepared when Luca is taken ill. Darius finds himself having to support his boyfriend and keep The Arches running. He gets more tired as time goes on, and it doesn’t help that his love-life is suffering. It seems the illness has had a greater effect on Luca than either of them anticipated.
Can Darius show his bear that nothing has changed—he is still the man Darius loves?

Isle of Wishes published by Dreamspinner is coming on August 19th

Sequel to The Isle of… Where? 

After a whirlwind vacation on the Isle of Wight, where he found the love of his life, Sam Owens sends Liam Marshall home to Michigan to tie up loose ends so they can be together forever. When all communication with Liam goes silent, Sam worries. Fearing the worst, he enlists the help of his brother, British Metropolitan police officer Paul Owens, to help him find Liam and get him back safely in time for their wedding. Paul has little difficulty digging into this mystery across the pond. Paul is also good-looking and openly bisexual, all of which adds to the dismay of Wisconsin Detective Olaf Skandik. 

Olaf is ex-military and still closeted now that he’s part of the police department. He’s frustrated, hemmed in by the walls he’s erected, and when he meets Paul, he wonders if this may be the time and opportunity for change. Looking into his brother’s missing fiancĂ©, Paul also starts looking into Olaf, and business soon mixes with pleasure, a bit of romance that may strengthen his case for them to make a future together.

1 comment:

  1. \o/ UK Romance! The anglophile in me is so pleased.