Tuesday, July 10, 2018

Lost in Indigo Release Day!!

 #Gay #Genderflux #Hockey #Romance 

There’s all kind of excitement in the air for Lost in Indigo, Colors of Love #1, which is live today, so let’s get right to the news and links!


It’s always a whirlwind of jitters kicking off a new series. Worry over if the books will be well-received jangles every authorly nerve, even if you’re an old hand at this writing stuff. Thankfully early reviews are now coming in and readers seem to be loving Lost in Indigo, Colors of Love #1!

The Colors of Love books will be stand-alone hockey romances that will cover a wide variety of tropes such as May/December, Bi-for-You, second chances, and opposites attract just to name a few. Each book will, as all of my stories do, deal with social issues, team dynamics, and personal growth all sprinkled heavily with lots of lusty romance!

Here are a few quick snippets from reviews for Mat and Indigo’s romance –

“I enjoyed this book so much. Indigo leapt off the page. I swear I could almost smell his scent he was that real. Together the men made a interesting pair. Mat’s gruff exterior combined with his soft loving center. Indigo’s incandescence and total love for Mat. Very nice supporting cast (with one exception, but she jumped off the page too). Nice story!”

Ramona – OMGReads Goodreads Review

“Altogether a truly hot read, this book is also an emotionally connected love story between men who shouldn't work on paper but who are perfect for each other.”

Cadiva – Goodreads Review

Mathieu Beresford was so close to seeing his dream come true.

The thirty-eight-year-old captain of the Buffalo Surge had led his team to the final round of the playoffs with his aggressive defensive play and leadership. During the first game of the championship series, he was taken down, and his leg snapped upon impact with the boards. From his hospital bed, Mathieu watched his team go on to win it all.

Adrift in anger, resentment, and the new direction of his life, he returns to his mansion along the St. Lawrence River. Alone and sulking, Mathieu is not prepared for Indigo Neu to enter his life. The genderflux twenty-year-old botany major signs on to play nursemaid, confidant, and groundskeeper over the summer and slowly leads Mathieu out of his confusion––one tender smile and touch at a time.

The deeper Mathieu falls, the more he wonders if being lost might not be so bad after all.

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