Take Me Home
Blogtour , Bookteaser / November 10, 2016

About Take Me Home Thanksgiving arrives in one week and one day. Feeling hemmed in by parental expectations? Are they disappointed by your sapphic proclivities? I can help! The only pay I want is the holiday meal! I didn’t know what I was looking for until I saw her Craigslist ad. I love my family. I’m lucky to have them—well, most of them. But my aunt? I’m so tired of her giving my mom crap because I happen to be a lesbian. So one pink-haired tattoo artist pretending to be my girlfriend will annoy my Christian fundamentalist aunt right back and make my Thanksgiving perfect. Only . . . Brooke turns out to be cuter and more complicated than I expected. And before you can say “yorkiepoo,” we kiss . . . and abduct a dog together. I want to keep them both—but Brooke isn’t the kind to be kept. Lucky for me, I’m the kind to chase what I want. About Lorelie Brown After a seminomadic childhood throughout California, Lorelie Brown spent high school in Orange County before joining the US Army. After traveling the world from South Korea to Italy, she now lives north of Chicago. She writes…

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…