Monday, September 21, 2015

Pre-Release Giveaway! Win a copy of BLUE. #MM #GayRom #giveaway


Long before he was a successful songwriter and black-belt badass, Blue was a survivor.






If you're a fan of the Saving Liam series you already know about the guy with the icy glare and mysterious past. One he's decided to reveal. BLUE is the story of the scar, the sadist, and the past that fuels Blue's attitude.


This week six lucky readers will win a free copy of the ebook!










Blurb:

Blue is a survivor, an escapee from a program designed to cure him. Instead, it left him near death with nothing to rely on but the kindness of a stranger. Hostile and headstrong, he needs a calmer influence to balance his fury. Someone to save him from himself.

Brady’s life was quiet and orderly until fate sent him a blue-eyed hurricane. Bursts of temper and flashes of despair batter his efforts to quiet the storm in a man he doubts he can tame. One drowning in the wreckage of his past.

With a head full of lies and a body full of scars, Blue must work to rebuild his life with the help of a man who proves sometimes trust is worth the risk.




Excerpt:

Blue folded his arms across his chest, shoulder-length, dark hair framing his face, dangling in his eyes. The scowl returned with a distinct brooding quality.

“We're talking about me being insane, and you waiting another few years while I get my head together,” Blue said. “You're going to explode...or find someone else.”

“You're too hot when you're pouting for me to consider anyone else,” Brady said.

“I'm not pouting.”

“Sulking?”

“I'm trying to be serious, and you're being an ass.”

“No, you're trying to create a problem where there isn't one.” Brady got up from his chair. “I don't mind waiting, though I doubt it will take years. Dr. Geist is too good at her job.”

“And what happens when you get tired of waiting anyway?”

He stepped to the edge of Blue's exaggerated personal space. “I won't.”

“Yes, you will.”

He saw the pain of imagined betrayal fluttering in Blue's annoyance and stepped closer.

“I won't get tired because this isn't a game.” He caressed Blue's cheek. “I love you, cub. Unlike certain people in your past, that means something to me.”

The words slid out before he realized what he was saying and he gave himself a mental slap. He hadn't wanted to tell Blue yet.

Blue blinked away the shimmer of tears. “Don't say things you don't mean.”

“I didn't.”

“How can you say you love me? You barely know me,” Blue said.

“Why would you say that? We’ve spent close to eight months under the same roof. That’s plenty of time to get to know you.”

“You don’t know everything,” Blue said.

He smiled and took one of Blue’s hands. “Probably not, but I know more of your secrets than they ever did...and I'm still here, Jeremy.”

He'd never called Blue by his real name before and didn't intend to do it again. Jeremy was dead, murdered by a sadist, but he was making a point. Blue was a new persona with a new life. He was happy to let him grow into it. That didn't mean he no longer remembered the kid he used to be and what that kid had been through.

“Don't call me that,” Blue said and pulled the hand from his grasp.

“My point is I know you as well as anyone and I still want you. If we take longer than some people to get to the part where you don't sleep down the hall anymore, I guess that's what happens.”

Blue swiped at his nose.

“Would it be too mushy to say I'm positive you'll be worth the wait?” Brady asked.

“God, yes.” Blue rolled his eyes and marched toward the door. “I'm going to find a Kleenex.”

Brady smiled after him.




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7 comments:

  1. Lord of The Rings: Two Towers ...my all time favorite.

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    1. Always a good choice. Thanks for dropping by!

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  2. Woohoo! Thanks for the chance! I've been waiting for this. =)
    And about the movie... Pirde & Prejudice, I've seen all the tv series and movies and retellings I could find and even read a lot of books and also de original one. Crazy, I know. :P

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    1. A good story is a good story! Sometimes it's fun to see how different directors and actors interpret it. I think I've seen at least 6 versions of Hamlet on stage and screen. It's still fun to watch even if I know every line already.

      Thanks for the comment!

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  3. Fifth Element. I missed getting to see this one in the theater when it first came out, but it is definitely one of my favorites. They keep releasing dvd/blu-rays with new special features too...I must own at least 3 different copies at this point.

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    1. I love that movie! So many quotable lines. I still use "Aziz, light!" when the room's too dark. Nobody listens, but I say it anyway. =)

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    2. That's a much used and favorite quote for me too!

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