One Daddy. One Sadist. One boy who wants them both. Jordan’s single. Again. What is wrong with him that he can’t keep a boyfriend? He knows he shouldn’t be lusting after his boss… or his boss’s ex. But those toppy […]
It’s been over five months since the last Club 83 book was released. I never intended to have this long of a gap between releases. Not only is it bad for income when you’re hoping to go back to full […]
I have a new book out today! Kindred Spirit was originally written and released as part of the Dreamspinner States of Love series, but after receiving my rights back, it feels brand new to me. And it’s a story that […]
Sounds dramatic, doesn’t it? Tomorrow is my first appointment for hormone therapy. Tomorrow feels a bit like a birthday to me. It’s the day I begin saying goodbye to Heather, the person I’ve been for the first 41 years of […]
We’re less than a week away from the release of Use Me, Daddy, the second book in the Club 83 series! I can’t wait for you to see more of Cole, Andy’s friend from Kiss Me, Daddy, and Bear, the lovable bouncer from the club.
I wanted to scream. Cry. Run away from the online world for the entire day. Why? Because how can you see me if I can’t see myself?
Tonight’s Pride Night for the Canes and we’re counting down the hours to the game. Of course, the team changing their logo to the Pride version seems to have unleashed the butthurt in the bigoted, small-minded assholes. “Why you making […]
I knew from a young age that I’d eventually find my way to the city. Why? Because it was much easier to be a whore when I don’t have to worry about looking a man in the eye the morning […]
Coming this March: The first book in Kinky in the City: Club 83 “Do you know how much money I have on here?” I tried to ignore the little boy and his parents behind me in line. With the holidays fast approaching, I didn’t need a reminder of what I didn’t […]
This was supposed to be a quick trip in and out of the store. We were running low on groceries because I’d just gotten back into town and Teo had relied on his brother to feed him in my absence. […]