Maybe it’s time to dust off the cobwebs around here?
So much has happened since my last post. I had a book come out, and it seems to be very well received! I’m immensely pleased that people around the world are loving Noah and Jason’s romance, and are enjoying the little mystery that weaves throughout the first half of the book. In case you missed it, Whiteout is an M/M contemporary romance that’s perfect for those winter-lovers who are sad to see springtime right around the corner. Amnesia, two men stranded in a blizzard, and ample Broadway references!
But for those excited to have warmer weather, how about a warmer book to help you out? Thaw is the second book in the “Seasons of Love” quartet. It’s an F/F romance with an asexual (biromantic) librarian from Brooklyn, and the bisexual super model with an icy exterior. Abby and Gabrielle’s romance comes out on April 24!
Abigail is content with her quiet life as a librarian. But when she’s invited to a high-profile charity auction, she finds herself dancing with one of the most beautiful women she’s ever met. Abby’s sure she’ll never see her again, but then Gabrielle calls and asks her on a date. And soon after, another.
Supermodel Gabrielle Levesque has a reputation as the Ice Queen—cold and untouchable—except she warms up whenever she’s with Abby. Only Abby isn’t interested in the heat between them; she’s asexual, and she’s worried that admitting as much to Gabrielle might spell the end of their blooming romance.
They’re two different women from two very different worlds, but Abby knows she can love Gabrielle. Her passion for books, travel, and theater prove there’s more to the Ice Queen than meets the eye. But they’ll have to overcome Abby’s fears—and Gabrielle’s own threatening secrets—in order to find their way to love.
What else is going on? Two more books in the SOL series, and a stand-alone NA sports romance called Heels Over Head, out on May 29 (up for pre-order now!)
Personally, though, this winter has been a pretty tough one. I’m battling some serious health issues, which means I’m not as active or productive as I’d like to be. I can only hope that, as the weather improves, so too will my body!
(In the meantime, come talk to me about books and hockey over at @ElyseSpringer on twitter, or say hi in person at RT Convention in Atlanta this May!)