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Is there any way to unbreak someone?
Kyle Rance would agree that he’d made some bad decisions in his life, walking paths he wasn’t proud he walked and suffering painful losses due to his actions. He paid the price for his mistakes, and he worked hard to try to redeem himself. When he got the opportunity for a fresh start, he decided to make the most of it because it might be his last one.
Through a twist of fate, Kyle came into possession of damning material about one of the partners at the marketing firm where he was given a job in the mailroom, thanks to a state program for ex-cons like him. As Kyle learned, if the contents of the USB drive were to get out, one of the partners could be ruined.
Kyle approached Grant Cummings with the damning evidence in an attempt to help save the man’s reputation, but what Kyle found upon meeting the aloof marketing wizard was a man who had given up on nearly everything.
With the help of a fabulous friend who worked the drag stage as an emcee, Kyle began the strange journey into a world where he never imagined himself… Mistresses… Masters… slaves and submissives… Oh, my!
Helping Grant Cummings return to the land of the living seemed like a worthy endeavor in the beginning, but eventually, Kyle had to ask himself if he was doing it for Grant, or was Kyle doing it for himself? As their futures became intertwined, Kyle had to wonder if he was up for the challenge of guiding someone back from the abyss, and if so, who would Grant be on the other side? For that matter, who would Kyle be as well?
Please Note: This M/M romantic novel contains material which may be offensive to some readers. It includes graphic language, mentions of self-harm, adult situations involving BDSM relationships, and descriptions of sexual activity between two, consenting adult males. This fictional story is intended for adults over 18 and is approximately 60,000 words in length. Unbreak Him is a standalone H-E-A and doesn’t end in a cliffhanger. I hope you enjoy it.
Here’s a little teaser for my next book, “Unbreak Him.” The cover reveal is coming soon, but how about a little taste?
Kyle walked into the small room off the hallway in the courthouse at the guard’s order. He was damn near trussed up like a turkey with handcuffs and ankle chains, but the guard was willing to allow him to say goodbye to his parents, and he was grateful. They’d been at the trial, and while his mother had wept when the verdict was read, his father remained stone-faced.
“Dad, I’m so sorry…” he began.
His father held up his hand to silence him. “You don’t get to talk, Kyle. I’m not sure where your mother and I failed you, but that’s for another day. I called in my last favor to get you sent to Allenwood, upstate. It’s a minimum-security facility, and I hope you come out okay, but your mom and me? We’re done. When you get out, you’re on your own. Don’t call and don’t try to come home,” his father told him before leaving the room without looking back. The feelings in Kyle’s chest nearly gutted him.
“Unbreak Him” is a standalone book. It ends in an HEA, though it’s not easily won. I’ll reveal the cover on Valentine’s Day.
Hello Friends! I hope the new year finds you well. With the latest world health crisis, it’s scary to leave the house sometimes. I’m washing my hands several times a day, and I bought a case of Purell, if that’s any insight into how seriously I’m taking the coronavirus. It’s a shame it’s not a new flavor of the Mexican beer, though. We could all drink a toast to our health.
So, I’ve been busy working on new stories, but I’ve made the decision to remove my older books from Amazon. I stand by the stories I told, just not the quality of the manuscripts. Back when I started in 2017, I didn’t have the money for an editor, so I did my best, but those early books aren’t a representation of the quality of books I’m publishing these days, so I pulled them. I’m not sure what I’ll do with them yet, but I have new learning opportunities coming up in 2020, so the day might come when I revisit them and use them for giveaways once I learn how to set up a newsletter and acquire some subscribers. I’m not the most tech savvy person, but I’m trying to learn.
I’ll keep you updated on my plans going forward when I have them locked down. In the meantime, treat others as you’d like to be treated. A smile doesn’t cost a thing. Cheers!