Get your Kiwi Gay Romance fix – “rock” is free and “Happy For You” only 99 cents!

Posted on Jan 15, 2020 in Blog, Books | No Comments

Ah, Wellington in the summertime! I do miss the sun and the breeze of a New Zealand January – Berlin slush and rain can’t compete with that one
But thankfully there’s a way to get the feel of Kiwi summer while the Northern hemisphere is hovering around the freezing point: reading one of my novels set in my home country!

This week, I’ve got two special treats in store for you: my 2014 gay romance novel “rock“, which follows the coming-of-age story of Jace and Cooper, is FREE right now. And last year’s “Happy For You” (which features a cameo of Jace and Cooper) is on a countdown dealin the US and UK this week – only 99 cents/pence today.

Check out blurbs and covers below, and make sure to click fast to secure those deals!

rock |Happy For You


Igneous.
When Coopers parents divorce, he finds himself landed in Week Aboutone week with his mum and one week with his dad.
Only, its notjusthis dad he has to live with. Theres Lila, too: The other woman, the one who stole the rock-solid foundation of his life.
And then . . .
Theres Jace. Lilas son. Lilas smug, regurgitated-fish-scale-blue eyed son.
All Cooper wants is to have his family back the way it once was, but theres something about this boy that promises things will never be the same again.

Sedimentary.

Resisting the realities of his new life, Cooper and Jace get off to a rocky start. But rocky start or not, after hundreds of shared memories together, they forge something new. A close . . . friendship.
Because friendship is all they can have. Although its not like they arerealbrothers. Technically, theyre not evenstepbrothers . . .

Metamorphic.

But how does that friendship evolve under the pressures of life?
Under pressures of the heart?

~ ~ ~

A slow burning M/M gay romance story following two stepbrothers, Cooper and Jace, from their teenage years to their mid twenties while they’re turning from friends to lovers.

Get your free copy of“rock”!


Mort wants his de facto family back. . . .
He knows he doesnt deserve them. Not yet, anyway. Not without making up for leaving them in their time of need.
But its not easy to make amends. Mort must show how much he wants the Rochester family back in his life. When his best friends younger brother, Felix, has his license suspended, Mort jumps at the chance to play chauffeur and to win back the family he desperately wants to call his own.
Repairing his broken relationshipswith all five Rochester siblingsbecomes Morts personal mission. Especially with Felix. Felix, who used to follow him everywhere. Felix, who idolized him. Felix, whom Mort has not stopped thinking about . . .

Felix is just trying to keep it together. . . .
With a perma-smile as his armor, hes determined to make his family happy. Determined to be a positive role model to his three younger sisters, while their mum struggles with depression after her kidney transplant.
Unfortunately, no amount of smiling can save his license when he gets pulled over for the umpteenth time, and he still needs to get his sisters to school, soccer, and dance classes.
The solution to his problem emerges in the return of their prodigal neighbor, Mort. Mort, who left their lives without a word. Mort, who was in love with Felixs older brother.
Mort, who is the last guy Felix wants charging back into their lives. . . .

Mort and Felix. Two guys bound by a rocky past
a past they must come to terms with to find true happiness in the here and now.

~ ~ ~

Set in New Zealand, Happy For You (Love & Family #3) is an MM gay romance featuring two guys pitted together in a blue 1988 station wagon and theres no doubt about it, Mort is going to drive Felix crazy.
Can be read as a standalone.

Tropes:brothers best friend, second chances, family drama, friends-to-lovers, slow burn, found family
Genre:New Adult, light-hearted contemporary gay romance
Trigger warnings:Depression and generalized anxiety (of a side character)

Get your copy ofHappy For Younow!

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