Monday, December 22, 2008

Two of My Books are Eppie Finalists!


I've recently received word that two of my books, ORIENTATION and HIGH RISK are both finalists for the Eppie Award (in the categories of best GLBT novel and best mystery/suspense novel, respectively). For those of you who might not be familiar with it, the Eppies are awarded each year to honor the finest electronically published books each year (although both books are also available in trade paperback format, as well). This year's awards will be held in Las Vegas in March. Keep your fingers crossed for me.


ORIENTATION
Robert and Jess may just be the world's most unlikely couple—a gay man and a lesbian. But there is something more complex going on here: Jess may be the reincarnation of the lover Robert lost to AIDS more than two decades ago. Can they transcend sexual orientation and find true love…again? Before this question can be answered, both must confront a deadly peril just waiting to pounce...

Read the first chapter here.
Buy the paperback here; buy the ebook here.


HIGH RISK
Beth Walsh seems to have a perfect life and a perfect marriage. So what is she doing wearing leather and spike heels and picking up strangers? And does she realize that meeting this one stranger will put her life and love in jeopardy? Because every time she cheats on her husband, she is playing a form of roulette and with Abbott Lowery, gorgeous and muscular on the outside, twisted and monstrous on the inside, her luck has just run out.

Read the first chapter here.
Buy the paperback here; buy the ebook here.

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