Saturday, 10 March 2018

Cowboys and Angels series


Cowboys and Angels

Published by Dreamspinner Press

Updated News: Speed Dating the Boss is off for its third edit. Secretly Dating the Lionman is due to start edits. Slow Dating the Detective is at the WiP stage.


Gorgeous covers by KaNaXa

Speed Dating the Boss

in your hands mid-2018


To be published 24th July 2018

Will a mix of privilege and blue-collar be a recipe for love… or disaster?

Dan’s pretty satisfied with his job at the working-class bar Cowboys and Angels, enjoying his simple life, apartment, and cat. He could do without the fights that break out in the bar, his boss’s meddling daughter, Ariel… oh, and a brutal unrequited crush on his straight, alpha boss, Gideon. 

When Dan’s friend prepares to tie the knot, everyone insists Dan needs a date for the wedding. Before he can protest, Ariel arranges a gay speed-dating event at the bar with Gideon as a participant. The unforeseen revelation from Gideon that he’s bisexual raises Dan’s hopes, especially when Gideon announces he wants to accompany Dan to the wedding. Could Gideon really be interested in Dan? 

When Dan needs someone most, Gideon offers his unconditional support, showing Dan the kind of man he really is, with genuine commitment. Teaming up to save the wedding from a hungover groom and intolerant parents, can Gideon convince Dan they’re the best match since beer and pizza?


Secretly Dating the Lionman


in your hands end 2018



Can a man burdened with family drama find his way into the arms of a happy-go-lucky stripper called Lionman?

Cris likes a drink at Cowboys and Angels bar after his shift at the strip club—until one night when a trashed young guy named Mikey tries to kiss him. He’s not Cris’s type, but Cris is good enough to see the kid home safely. There he meets Mikey’s handsome older brother, Bennett, and there’s an immediate spark between them.

But Bennett might not be in a position to start a relationship, let alone with the carefree Cris. He’s trying desperately to hold his family together, with a younger brother who’s running off the rails and hostile parents who will never accept not just one, but two gay sons.

When Cris is unexpectedly fired and Bennett’s family drama escalates, they turn to each other for support. But can a shoulder to lean on develop into something much closer, something they both deserve?



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