Glass Tidings
Blogtour , Bookteaser / December 8, 2016

About Glass Tidings Eddie Rodrigues doesn’t stay in one place long enough to get attached. The only time he broke that rule, things went south fast. Now he’s on the road again, with barely enough cash in his pocket to hop a bus to Texas after his (sort-of-stolen) car breaks down in the middle of nowhere, Midwest, USA. He’s fine. He’ll manage. Until he watches that girl get hit by a car and left to die. Local shop owner Grayson Croft isn’t in the habit of doing people any favors. But even a recluse can’t avoid everyone in a town as small as Clear Lake. And when the cop who played Juliet to your Romeo in the high school play asks you to put up her key witness for the night, you say yes. Now Gray’s got a grouchy glass artist stomping around his big, empty house, and it turns out that he . . . maybe . . . kind of . . . likes the company. But Eddie Rodrigues never sticks around. Unless a Christmas shop owner who hates the season can show an orphan what it means to have family for the holidays. Available from Riptide Publishing….

Vincent’s Thanksgiving Date
Bookreview / January 17, 2015

Vincent lives alone in his apartment and is very shy. In his own words “I’m not very good with people” All he wants is to spend Thanksgiving alone with the parade on tv, a pie and a bottle of wine. But that is not what his handsome neighbor Cory wants. Cory has had a secret crush on Vincent forever and this year he will make sure he gets what he wants. Knocking on Vincent’s door, pretending there is some holiday crisis, will be the perfect excuse to get to know the shy guy in the next door apartment. Vincent really wants Cory, but he is afraid that as soon Cory gets to know the real him, he will run away. After all, he is a shy and slightly overweight guy, what kind of a catch would that be. Slowly but surely Cory gets Vincent to open up and show him the man he can be and wants to be. Cory even gets his best friends to help him and show Vincent that Thanksgiving should be spend with friends and family and not alone. Even though Thanksgiving is a holiday that doesn’t exist in my part of the world, I could…

Unwrapping Hank
Bookreview / December 23, 2014

This book should be placed in this time of year, with Christmas just around the corner. As you can see from the picture on the front, a little holiday cheer is in order here. The story is about Sloane, who finds himself at University with little or no friends. He decides to join a fraternity in order to get to know some people. One of the people he lives with is Hank Springfield, a tough guy to look at with lots of muscles, tattoos and a beard. He is also the brother of the frat captain Micah. Sloanes parents decide to cancel their plans for Christmas, leaving Sloane stranded. Micah invites him to come along to his parents for the holiday, which means Hank will also be there. Sloane feels very attracted to Hank, but is there any way a guy like Hank will feel the same about him? And even if he is gay, would he fall for a guy like Sloane? During the holiday, Sloane decides to unwrap the mystery that is called Hank. At first I didn’t like the story very much, but it kind of grows on you. Nothing really exciting happens and the story is…