New release – Glitter Fixes Everything

Glitter Fixes Everything is out today!

Christmas has come a little early, I guess <3 I was anticipating the book being out tomorrow but with everything being a little screwy this time of year, you can grab it today on Amazon or read it in Kindle Unlimited!

This one is following up on Justin from the first Christmas Fixes Everything book, Tinsel Fixes Everything, quite a few years later when he’s home from college for the Holiday season, and runs into an old friend aka the love of his life. Because who doesn’t love a second chance story around the holidays?

It’s short and sweet, mostly as that’s what I love to read myself around this time of year, and I hope you like it! I love Justin, and Roman is such a sweetie…it was definitely not a hardship to write this book.

I wrote a little something about sequels and my inability to let go for Diverse Reader that you can check out here, but I will say, there will be one more book following the Meadows Boys next year. Specifically Tyler who, Lord knows, needs a happy ending. I have lots to say about why he’s such a grumpy so-and-so and why he’s sad around the holidays…will there be a second chance involved? Bet your Santa’s hat there will be!

But for now I’ll leave you with Justin and Roman and all the Festive cheer you can fit in your elf suit <3

Hope you have a wonderful December!

(Oh and if you want to see more of these two…well, let’s just say that following the Rainbow Advent Calendar is a great way to get free stories this winter…just saying)


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So you want to take part in the Rainbow Advent Calendar…

What is the Rainbow Advent Calendar?

The basic idea of the calendar is to…
a) give our readers a nice thing to say thank you for their support during the year (reader service)
b) to promote our winter/festive releases (promo)
c) to engage with a wider audience by giving new readers the opportunity to try free samples of our writing (reader magnet)
and d) support the other writers in the group by helping them promote whatever they’re posting (community service)

I firmly believe that a rising tide lifts all boats and what better time to do that than over the season of giving.

It’s easy.

• You make a blog post to deliver the story to the readers in whatever way you like with whatever additional content you like and the RAC header I send you.

• Each day, from the 1st to the 24th December, I will post links to the story/stories on the masterlist on my website and then to the Facebook group (currently 1192 members).

Stories (and the date you’re posting) should stay secret until the after they’re posted. Authors can tell people they’re participating but keep your story and your posting date secret until the reveal. It’s more fun that way : )

You can check out some of the posts from last year’s masterlist  and visit the Facebook group to see how it all comes together.

What am I committing to by signing up?

There are no minimum/maximum word count for the event.
If you only have time to write a 500 word flash fic, that’s fine. If you want to post a free novel, cool. But bear in mind that to get new readers to buy your new book, you might be better off having something that they will read that day over coffee rather than save for later. Writing a short to introduce existing characters might work for you, or even posting an appropriate scene related to your festive book could be cool. Think of it as a reader magnet.

There are no writing restrictions other than to keep it festive.
mm, ff, mmm, shifters, bdsm, sweet, erotica, fisting, family fic…whatever you want to write is fine. But make it festive. Christmas, Hanukah, Yule, Festivus…it doesn’t matter. Give us baubles and candles and snow and over-eating…

It must be a free read and remain free until at least the end of the month.

You need to have a means of distributing your story.
Ideally, what you need is a blog/web page (if not your own, then find a friendly face who can let you post on theirs). You can either just post the story directly on the page for people to read there, or you can use BookFunnel/Prolific Works/Payhip/wherever as a means for people to download it for later. We have had people make their books free on Amazon in the past but we have definitely run into problems with that so be warned that’s not the recommended avenue.

Stay in touch.
Request to join the authors admin group on Facebook as soon as you sign up, to get instructions on posting, discussions, trouble shooting, etc. I try to make things as fun and informal as possible. This is supposed to be a no-stress, easy way for us to promo over the busy holiday period

Don’t leave me hanging.
Shit happens. Maybe you need to switch days. Maybe you need to drop out. I’m totally fine with all that but give me some notice even if it’s 24hrs. Apart from anything else, I make everyone a personalized RAC header with the date on it to put on their post so I need time to make new ones should you have to change.

Participate in sharing the love.
We can’t all be online to share the posts everyday but if you pop online at any point, it takes two shakes of Rudolph’s tail to share, like and say, “Nice job, thanks for posting” in the comments. If you do it for other people, other people will do it for you, everyone’s a winner.

I believe it’s my duty to make as many festive puns as possible. Not really a commitment on your part, I just wanted to let you know that I’ll be making suggestive comments about candy cane and calling you elves a lot. Jingle Jingle!

Still Interested?

Just email me – – and I’ll link you to the sign up sheet!

Winter’s Gift – Rainbow Advent Calendar 2017

Hi! And welcome to my contribution to the Rainbow Advent Calendar!
All this month until the 24th, you can find free stories everyday on the Facebook group, or on the Masterlist, and today is my turn, just click the image below.

Malcolm has been telling Seth that they’ll work things out for the last twenty years.
Maybe, finally this winter (with a little help) they might just do that.

If you don’t know Seth and Malcolm, don’t worry, you’ll get the idea. And if you’d like to get to know them better, then drop a comment below and I’ll pick a reader at random on Christmas Day to receive any ebook from my back catalogue and you can pick that one if you’d like.
And if you’re feeling in the Christmas spirit and have the wherewithal to help someone who needs it, please consider giving a little something to help my local rescue centre , or perhaps help to give a young person a safe place to spend the winter. That’s the kind of gift that can really make a difference.
Hope you have the happiest of Holidays, and Very Merry Reading! x


Seth Mason arrives at the Alphas’ Homestead under duress. The Council have made it clear that if his cousins, Caleb and Jacob, can’t tame Seth’s wild ways his very last chance will be used up and he’ll have nowhere left to go.
Seth is horrified to find that he’s going to have to spend a year living in the backwaters of Nebraska. He hates the Alphas. He hates the dirt and the horses. He hates the nearby town and everyone in it.
In fact, the only thing he doesn’t hate is Malcolm, the deputy sheriff. Unfortunately, Malcolm doesn’t seem to feel the same, especially when Seth uses his bad behavior to try to get the deputy’s attention.


Jacob feels for Seth—knowing what it’s like to lose family—but when his cousin’s bad behavior turns the town, not only against Seth but against all the werewolves at the homestead, he has to put his sympathies aside and fight to save his family and the place he’s called home for the last five years.

Sometimes the only shelter we can find from ourselves is in the hearts of others.

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Aaron has spent the past ten months alone. When he meets a sad, yet strangely familiar man on a cold Halloween night, he impulsively invites him home. But the intimate connection they share lasts only until morning. Aaron wakes up alone—wracked with guilt and devastated to have lost his chance.

Or so he thinks.

Thanksgiving brings Aaron another shot at happiness, but letting go of an old love and accepting a new one isn’t as easy as everyone keeps telling him. And by the time Christmas Eve rolls around, it becomes clear that Aaron’s not the only one struggling to let himself love again.

Christmas miracles are all well and good, but it’s going to take more than the Holiday Spirit for Aaron to get his happy ever after.

A story of grief, sadness, and letting it go; and finding love when you least expect it.

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