I’m always excited for the moment I can reveal the title and cover of my upcoming book, and this time is no different. We’ve made it to book 6 in the White House Men series with only one more book to go after this. If you’ve followed this series, you’ll know we still need answers to a lot of questions… Well, in this book, you’ll get them.
Book 6 is called Puzzle, and it’s the story of Branson and Ryder. Branson, aka SpookyBigDick on a hook up app, is a CIA analyst with a rather sizable tool. Single his whole life and happy to play the field, he’s ready for more. He’d hoped to find that with Seth, but alas, they were not meant to be.
Ryder is new to the CIA as a forensic analyst. After a bad break up that ended an equally bad relationship, he’s done with boyfriends. He wants some fun in the sheets, that’s it. No complications, no strings, no emotional involvement.
After a rocky start in which Ryder confronts Branson with some harsh truths, a friendship grows. Kind of. But then coworkers slash friends become friends with benefits and then coworkers slash roommates slash friends with benefits, and the lines become very blurry.
Meanwhile, both work on the investigation, trying to solve the puzzle and put all the pieces in the right place. But can they figure out if and how they fit together as well?
When I first introduced Branson in the second book, Friends, I had pegged him as a player, someone who wanted all the fun but no commitments. And I had had someone in mind for him who was much more innocent, maybe even a virgin. Well, that didn’t happen. Branson made it crystal clear that he was done playing…and Ryder wasn’t a virgin at all. Nope, underneath that slightly geeky exterior hides a man who becomes kind of a beast in the bedroom. I love it when characters surprise me like that…
I don’t have a release date yet, but I’m hoping the end of this month. I’m finishing up the book this week, so let’s see what we can do. Who’s excited?