It’s time to share some recent five-star reads in gay romance! It’s been a while since I did one of these, so I have a lot of books to choose from. I’ve had a good reading batch the last months, which always makes me happy. So here are some of my recent five star reads in MM romance that I wholly recommend. [Read more…] about Four Mini reviews of Recent Reads
Every year, the Joyfully Jay Reviews blog does a reading challenge month, and this year is no different. It’s a fun way to challenge yourself to discover new authors, new books, and maybe some new favorites. As an added bonus, you’re also in the race to win some amazing prizes. [Read more…] about Join This Reading Challenge and Win Fab Prizes
Welcome to this week’s hot new releases, 99c deals, and freebies in gay romance! We have a solid list this week with some exciting new releases (including Shipping the Captain, woot!), wonderful 99c deals, and some cool freebies.
I have recommendations for some books that I’ve read or are enthusiastic about, and others that are lesser or unknown to me, we’ll list with just the blurb. Hope this makes everyone happy!
All deals are valid as of posting in the US and most of the time the UK, but they may not be valid later or in all Amazon stores. Please check the price before buying!
This is not a paid list or ads, but simply deals I’ve found and books I’m excited about reading, so all personal recommendations from me. If you have a book you’d like to see listed, you can submit it, but that’s not a guarantee I’ll list it.
Head on over to Amazon to grab your copy of Shipping the Captain, a summer-filled, sexy gay romance with an age gap, falling for the boss, and super hot instalove.
Blurb for Shipping the Captain
Brantley Phipps doesn’t want a boyfriend. In his line of work, relationships are impossible. All he wants is one night of fun before he starts his ten-week rotation as assistant hotel director on a cruise ship.
He scores the jackpot with a hot older guy who hits all his yes, please buttons and who wants the same thing as him. Their chemistry is explosive, hot damn. Talk about a night to remember. That should last him a while…
Until he discovers that his one-night stand is none other than the legendary Captain Silver Fox aka his boss. Oops.
Still, it shouldn’t be an issue because Brantley doesn’t do coworkers and Fox is known for being strict as hell about not dating employees. That should make things easy, if not for that pesky attraction that keeps flaring up whenever they’re in the same room. What the hell do they have to do to get rid of that?
Surely, Brantley can’t be shipping the captain, can he?
Shipping the Captain has an age gap, yummy steamy scenes, a Caribbean setting on a cruise ship, and a one-night stand that turns into an embarrassing case of falling for the boss.
It’s the sixth book in the Valentine’s Inc. Cruises series but can be read as a complete standalone. The only connection in the series is the shared premise of the Valentine’s Inc. cruise.
After missing a number of weeks due to summer break, we’re back with our weekly posts for Writer Wednesday. Today’s topic is at the request of an author friend of mine, who asked me to share my experiences on how to work with a PA. I’ve had a PA (personal assistant) since pretty early on in my career. Her name is Vicki, and she’s my right hand in my whole publishing career. If you’ve read my books, you’ll see me thanking her in every damn acknowledgment, because I couldn’t do what I do without her. I was just six months in when I found her, and she and I have been a strong team ever since.
So, let’s talk about how to work with a PA as an author and everything it entails. To do that, we need to start at the beginning and that’s the simple question: why and when would you need a PA? [Read more…] about How to Work With a PA
In TWO more days, Shipping the Captain will release, a summer and sun-filled romance about a one-night stand that turns into much more. You can preorder it here.
Have you seen the super sexy and summer-y cover yet? If not, here it is. Pink is my favorite color, so everything about this cover makes me happy, haha. [Read more…] about Coming Soon: Shipping the Captain