Monday, April 23, 2018

Tuesday Tales - Wash

 It`s time for Tuesday Tales.

Today we have an excerpt from Goal Line, Harrisburg Railers #6, coauthored with RJ Scott. Our word prompt today is “Wash”. 

In today’s scene things are about to heat up for Gatlin and Bryan.

This story may have gay erotic scenes, strong social issues addressed and mature language. If those things offend now is the time to move onto another Tuesday Tales blog. Thanks for stopping by!

I sat there like a drunken frog on a log, staring, my ears hearing the words but my brain unable to get them lined up so that they made sense. I wasn’t sure who this Mitch was, but he seemed to be talking some good talk to Bryan.

“Are you saying that you want to try to make a thing here with me?”

He nodded and bit down on his lower lip. “If you want to try to make a thing with me, yeah. I mean, I totally get that you’d be sick of my shit. How I keep bolting when we get close. If you don’t want me then I—”

“Bryan, maybe we should put our wine down.” His expressive brows dropped down in confusion. “I’d really like to take you into my bedroom and show you just how much I want you, but I’d hate to spill the wine. It’s too tasty to end up on the floor and I don’t feel like washing wine out of the rug right now.”

A slow, brilliant smile was his reply. He put his wine glass on the coffee table. I did the same. Then I stood up and offered him my hand. When he stood up he slid his fingers between mine. He ducked his head down to taste my mouth. I lapped at his lips, eager to spread the taste of that cheeky zinfandel all over his tongue.

Our progress to the bedroom was slow. We had to stop and kiss, touch, peel off clothing, and locate ELP’s masterpiece, Brain Salad Surgery, before we could fall into my freshly made bed. Which was another thing on the list. Make that two things.

Clean sheets. Check.

One of the hottest men ever to grace my life lying naked on those clean sheets.

Big check.

Copyright 2018 ©by V.L. Locey & RJ Scott


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Sunday, April 22, 2018

Pucks & Percentages Issue #8

Happy Sunday! Another issue of Pucks & Percentage awaits you over at the MM Hockey Romance site.

Thursday, April 19, 2018

Charity MM Anthology Release Day!

You can grab your copy of Love for all Seasons, a charity MM romance anthology with 5 established authors and 3 brand new authors who have worked with us on their first publishing journey. That’s 8 stories of love and romance to make you smile!

Established authors are V.L. Locey, RJ Scott, Annabelle Jacobs, Chris McHart, DJ Jamison. Our newbies are Cathy Brockman, EJ Smyth, and CM Valencourt.

The cost is only $2.99 with ALL PROCEEDS going 50/50 to The Albert Kennedy Trust and the Matthew Shepard Foundation.

Wednesday, April 18, 2018

Life is a Stevie Wonder Song Release Day!

#MM #Contemporary #Romance #MayDecember #SelfDiscovery 

My re-released May/December contemporary romance novella, Life is a Stevie Wonder Song, is live today! This lovely little story of sexual self-discovery takes place in the Catskill Mountains of New York. It’s a short but sexy read with a new cover and a brand-new epilogue! Kindle Unlimited members will be able to read it for free but those who aren’t in KU can pick it up for only $0.99 exclusively at Amazon for three months.


Authors know that their muse is a fickle creature. Best-selling spy novelist Steven Ramsey has been in a hate-hate relationship with his inspiration for months. When Steven's publisher lays a legal ultimatum upon him, with a rapidly approaching deadline, he knows he must do something to kick-start his creativity or face the unemployment line. His daughter comes up with a possible answer: a summer camp for the creative soul. With nothing to lose, Steven packs up his laptop, phonograph, and beloved record albums and heads from Greenwich Village to the Catskill Mountains.
There, among a horde of college students attending for extra credits, is Declan Pomeroy, a photographer of fey creatures who is twenty-two years younger than Steven. The woods are a magical place, and he quickly finds himself falling under the spell of the free-spirited photographer. Confusion wars with desire as Steven succumbs to the feelings welling up inside. But, sadly, summer camp always must end. Can a man who has just found himself really leave the person that makes his heart sing?

Monday, April 16, 2018

Tuesday Tales - Picture Prompt

It`s time for Tuesday Tales.

Today we have a snippet from Goal Line, Harrisburg Railers #6, written with RJ Scott. This week is our picture prompt and all snippets must be 300 words or thereabouts.

This story may have gay erotic scenes, strong social issues addressed and mature language. If those things offend now is the time to move onto another Tuesday Tales blog. Thanks for stopping by!

“Should I leave the door open for your cat?” Bryan asked as he side-stepped the cat snoozing by the door.
“He’s not my cat.” I shucked off my coat and flung it to my favorite old recliner. I took a deep breath and turned. Bryan was closing the door gently, as if scared he would pinch the slumbering cat. It was quite the endearing sight. And there it was again, that stupid, giddy feeling. For fuck sake. This was moronic. You’d think I’d never been kissed before.
“You want something to drink?”
“No, I don’t want to have a sloppy head, and we’re going to be opening the season soon.” He took his coat off and laid it right where it had lain before. I couldn’t help but check him out. His black jeans fit him well, as did the long-sleeved shirt he’d pulled a soft gray vest over. “Are you mad at me?”
“No, not at all. I’m feeling a little ratty to be honest,” I joked, tugging at my favorite sweater, an old rust-toned one that Rex - that prick – had given me. “This is pretty much dressing up for me.” An old sweater and worn Levi Strauss. Typical Gatlin Pearce.
“You look good. I mean…” he slapped a hand to the back of his neck. “Good like dressed good for a party. Casual. I always feel like I need to be…uhm – do more.”
Shit this was uncomfortable. I could feel the erotic pulses dancing between us but had no idea how to move on them. It felt like I’d run face first into a brick wall.
“Let’s sit down.” There, that was good. Sitting was better than standing. Christ on a saltine I was an idiot.

Copyright 2018 ©by V.L. Locey &RJ Scott


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Sunday, April 15, 2018

Pucks & Percentages Issue # 7

The next issue of Pucks & Percentages written with Rj Scott is now live! Wonder what Taz and Mike are getting into this week?

Thursday, April 12, 2018

MM Goodness Book Rec - Maybe This Time by Annabelle Jacobs

#MM #Contemporary #Romance 


Moving into a new home starts with a bang when Ryan Blackwell celebrates turning thirty. Being hungover means he’s bleary-eyed and clumsy the next day, but even in that state, he can appreciate how sexy and fit his neighbour is.

Matt Thomas isn’t looking for anything long-term—one and done is usually his life rule. Why settle down early, like his sister, when casual relationships are so easy? With Ryan living in the same building, chance encounters are inevitable. When one night together becomes two, a friends-with-benefits deal seems a natural progression.

There’s only one problem: sex with no strings relies on matching expectations, so Ryan can’t help worrying. His huge heart always wants more, but Matt’s been clear about his limits. As passion leads to caring, they’ll have to make some tough decisions—maybe this time, breaking some rules will be worth it if that means they’ll get to share a future.

What a wonderfully romantic and sweet May/October book! I was pulled in right off with the cute but clumsy meet between our two leading men and I never stopped turning pages until I was done. It’s a beautifully told tale of two men who are in it for the sex at the beginning, but soon find themselves drawn to each other on a deeper level.

A lovely comfort read with common men who are perfectly suited for each other. Low angst, lots of rich humor and well-crafted secondary characters. The flow was soothing, the dialog crisp, and the sex scenes hot. Just a delightful read from start to finish!