#NewRelease @eXtasyBooks Maximilian

I’ve been doing a giveaway for every new release in the Extasy Books group, so come by and try to win one 🙂

Sometimes facing the past is the only way to move forward.

Max and his twin, Jessie, moved to Gillham six months ago after the enforcers rescued them from their abusive alpha. Max might not be in peak form yet, but he’s had enough of sitting on his ass all day. When he asks Kameron for a job, he doesn’t expect he’ll be teamed up with his mate.

Dane is still recovering from the years he spent in one of the Glass Research Company’s labs and on the run, but he wants to be useful. When Kameron assigns him to answer the new council hotline, he meets his new colleague, Max. Max isn’t only a coworker, though—he’s also Dane’s mate.

Max and Dane want to move forward, together, but to do that, they have to let go of the past. Max will have to face the council and explain what his alpha did to him, while Dane has to face his past and the betrayal of someone who should have protected him. Getting over a painful past isn’t easy though. Will they be able to keep their relationship steady as they face the memories?



Upcoming releases and #giveaway.

Hi everyone!

As many of you know, Kir came out last Friday. You can buy it on the Extasy website http://www.extasybooks.com/kir/ and preorder it on Amazon (release day July 29) https://www.amazon.com/Kir-Gillham-Pack-Book-14-ebook/dp/B01IYMRPTO


As for the next Whitedell and Gillham books, the release dates are: Benjamin on August 12 (available for preorder on Extasy Books http://www.extasybooks.com/benjamin/ ), Iggy on August 26, Noem on September 9, Dallas on September 23, and Aeron, the final Whitedell book, on October 14. They will be available for preorder a few weeks before release day.


The Five Sense Blog Tour #autismawarness


A computer game, AutiSim, was released in 2013, after a team of developers in Vancouver, Canada, recreated what it feels like to be autistic. The player navigates through a playground as an autistic child with auditory hypersensitivity. (The Independent, March 2013)

I’ve never dealt with autism, but I see the daily struggles of people who have to, and my heart goes out to them. This is the second year I participate in RJ’s blog tour, because I want to help however I can, even if it’s something small like writing a blog post.

I’m giving away  one $5 Amazon OR ARe gift card, and two copies of any books I have out at the moment, including Adan, that came out April 1st. To enter, tell me about your history with autism? Is someone close to you affected? Yourself? I’ll contact the three winners at the beginning of May. Hopefully this blog tour will help spread awareness of autism, and other  mental health issues that are often silent.

The excerpt is from Adan, my latest release.

Adan watched the wind blow outside his window. Winter was coming to an end, and Adan knew it‘d been a year since he arrived in Whitedell. He knew that should make him feel something, but he couldn’t allow himself to feel. Bad things happened when he did.

The door to his room opened, but Adan didn’t turn to look.

“Hello, Adan. How are you feeling this morning?” Jared asked. Adan didn’t answer, but that didn’t stop Jared from chatting as he came closer and started taking Adan’s vitals. It was more a habit than because Jared really needed to, because physically Adan was fine, and Jared knew it. “We have another meeting scheduled for you today, and I hope this one will be the right one. We’ve already seen most of Gillham’s single men, so if we don’t find your mate in the ones that remain, we’ll have to start looking elsewhere.”

Adan knew he should be interested in finding his mate. He just couldn’t bring himself to do so. He kept his eyes focused on the trees outside his window as Jared busied himself. He let Jared move him however he wanted to, and when he had to look away from the window, he stared at a spot on the wall. By now, he knew all the walls and the ceiling by heart. He stared at a crack in the plaster but looked away when the crack reminded him of another one, in another room, a room full of pain.

Jared touched his hand and Adan curled his fingers away. Jared held his hands up. “Right, sorry. I won’t touch you again.”

Adan wanted to tell him it wasn’t his fault, but he couldn’t bring himself to do that, so he just looked down at his legs. He was thin, thinner than he’d ever been, but he didn’t care.

It was weird. Adan saw and understood everything, but his mind was strangely muted, like he was there but not quite. He’d been the one to do that, to want it that way after what had happened.

“You’re as fine as ever,” Jared said.

Adan looked at him. He didn’t like the sad smile on Jared’s lips, but trying to make it disappear was outside of what he could let himself do.

“I’m going to go back to my office. Call me if you need anything.”

Jared always said that, as if he expected Adan to take him on his words and call him. Adan never had, but it didn’t stop Jared from insisting.

Jared left and Adan turned back to the window. A flash of memory, of glass reflecting Adan’s body, made Adan close his eyes. He didn’t want to see it, didn’t want to feel what he’d felt back then.

He swallowed once, twice, and tried to go back to his unfeeling state of mind. It was safe. The memories weren’t, not for him, not for anyone else.

Adan didn’t know how much time had passed when the door opened again. It wasn’t only Jared this time, and Adan remembered Jared telling him another man would come to see if they were mates. He didn’t look away from the wall, not even when someone sat next to him on the bed.

The man leaned toward him and the nicest scent Adan had ever smelled hit him like a punch in the gut. He looked at the man who was already stirring feelings Adan had fought so hard to keep buried.


Things are not always what they look like.

 Adan has been in a catatonic state ever since the pride rescued him from one of Glass’ labs—or at least that’s what everyone thinks, even the doctors. Jared has tried to find a solution for a year, but Adan isn’t getting better. Jared’s last resource is finding Adan’s mate, and when he finally does, things start changing.

Yanis has been asked to check if he’s Adan’s mate, and when he finds out he is, he’s scared. He wants his mate to be better, but he has no idea how to help. Adan seems to be breaking down, though, so Yanis spends time with him, until something happens.

Adan has locked himself in his own mind, scared of what he’d do if he didn’t. He already hurt two men, and the last thing he wants is a repeat of that, but his mate’s presence by his side is making staying in his mind hard. Still, Adan has every intention of doing just that, but the power he’s been trying to suppress flares out, and Yanis is hit.

When Adan finally comes out of his self-imposed isolation, he’s immediately put to work. Time is running out to find the mole, and Adan helps as well as he can, but will it be enough?

One year anniversary #giveaway #shapeshifters #GLBT

Hi everyone!

As some of you might remember, the first novella in the Whitedell Pride Series, Jamie, was released a year ago today, and I officially became a published author. To celebrate this, I’m giving away one copy or whatever e book from me you might want, both from the back list and from the upcoming releases.

To participate, you just have to comment this blog post with your favorite moment/scene in either the Whitedell Pride Series or the Gillham Pack Series (or why you want to read the books if you haven’t already). I’ll choose a winner next Thursday using Random.org.

And for those who happen to want a paperback, I’m giving away one in my Facebook group. If you want to give the giveaway a try just ask to become part of the group and comment there too 🙂 https://www.facebook.com/groups/411788002341528/

Good luck!

#LGBT Push Back #Charity #Giveaway


It’s not easy to be  LGBT. We read about suicides, homeless kids, family rejections and wrongful laws every day, but what can we do to help? 224 authors, review bloggers, and publishers have got together to offer  a reward for people who do a little bit to give back to charity.

Instead of spending $5 on a book, give that $5 to an LGBT charity of your choice, and go here : http://diversereader.blogspot.com/2015/04/lgbtq-push-back-charity-giveaway.html  Write about the charity you chose in the post comments and you’ll enter the draw to win a book from one of the participating authors. The giveaway will run from today to May 1. And if you can’t make a donation, please share a charity’s link and write about that instead.

Thank you.

Birthday #giveway

I’ll be turning thirty on Sunday, and I thought I could celebrate with a giveaway 🙂 I’ll be giving away two fifteen dollars/pounds/euros gift cards either from Amazon or All Romance Ebooks and two e-books in the Whitedell Pride Series, winner’s choice. That’s four possibilities to win something! The giveaway will run for a week, starting today and ending at midnight on Sunday 19th. Good luck!

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You can find the first seven books in the Whitedell Pride Series on Amazon and on Extasy Books.