SERVE & PROTECT
D.C. Files #1
Night Owl Reviews: TOP PICK – FIVE STARS The author created a very realistic world that had a sense of time and locations. I was easily pulled into the world she created. (…) I can’t wait to read the next book in the series.
Gay Book Reviews: It was honest and mature and very real. I wish nothing but love and luck for Sam and Blake in all their future endeavors!
What happens when you fall in love in the heart of politics?
Sam Daniels’ life turns upside down when he meets an amazing guy and gets a job offer he can’t refuse almost at the same time. Working in politics and sustaining any kind of personal life is never easy, but when you’re running a campaign to elect the first woman to the office of the President of the United States, it may become nearly impossible.
Blake Morin, after spending years as a SEAL, lives a quiet life with his daughter and he’s fine with that. He can’t deny the attraction between him and Sam, but is he ready to enter the world he used to avoid?
CHERISH & GIVE
D.C. Files #1.5*
Presidential elections may be over, but Sam and Blake are still a work in progress.
The last fourteen months of Sam’s life have been a crazy ride that was supposed to be over by now. It isn’t. While the presidential elections came and went, things don’t seem to be slowing down, despite his efforts.
And Blake is a patient man, but even he has his limits.
Although old habits die hard, they can be conquered, and when the new realizations occur, it’s a chance for Sam and Blake to decide how to move forward and navigate the relationship down the road. It’s no Christmas miracle, but it’s theirs and they’re not willing to back down.
*NOTE: Although the longer books in the series can be read as stand-alones, this Christmas story is about the main couple from Serve & Protect (D.C. Files #1) and is suited for people who had read that book first.
D.C. Files #2
It’s been ten years, they were supposed to be over this.
Michael Lorne has worked for years to be where he is right now – on a protection detail for the White House Chief of Staff. But then his whole world gets shaken up the moment he meets the one person he thought he would never see again. His childhood best friend, his first love, the one who got away.
After a stint of working on presidential campaign, Adam Davis is back where he belongs – writing for his political commentary blog, DC College. Life is good. He’s comfortable. He’s doing what he loves. He’s… not prepared to see Michael walking back into his life.
Nothing can be the same now that they have met, but what will happen next? Is their past truly behind them or are there some things that were never meant to end?
PRESS & HOLD
D.C. Files #3
Stevie Callan is the personal assistant of the White House Chief of Staff and knows all the reasons why dating someone from the press corps is a bad idea. Faced with all the British charm of one of the best reporters in D.C., Stevie’s resolve crumbles, but soon after he finally crosses the line they’ve been balancing on for months now, the news about his father’s illness put everything into question.
Will Newbrough hasn’t been able to stop thinking about Stevie for months and now it finally looks like they may get their shot. But with the new story that falls into his lap, he’s risking more than he imagined when Stevie gets dragged into the middle of it.
When everything they were afraid of becomes real, will there be anything left to recover?
TRUE & FALSE
D.C. Files #4
Openly gay US senator and the man who has spent all his life in the closet… What can go wrong?
Senator Pascal Tirado’s last relationship has ended years ago and he blames his busy schedule for the lack of dates ever since. His pull toward Jeremy is unmistakable, though, so when he discovers it’s mutual, Pascal wants to try to make it work. Whatever “it” is.
He thinks he knows what he’s getting himself into but his patience will be stretched to the limits.
Jeremy Callan is so deep in the closet that even people closest to him have no idea he’s gay. It has suited him all his life—in and out of the Corps—and he’s set in his ways even when he begins a new chapter in D.C. But then he starts sleeping with Pascal, and things get…complicated.