Touch Me Gently E-Book Contest #2

September 3, 2010

The second contest:

I am going to list out three quotes from three different DSP authors’ novels. The rules are simple. Name the author and the title of each book. The first person to answer correctly will receive a free e-book from me. If you need a hint, post a comment and I will provide one for all. I tried to pull out enough information from the stories to make it slightly easier. Just checking to see how much of a fan you all are of Dreamspinner Press novels! :D

First Quote:

The cave was deep and twisted until they reached the end, where there was a small fire in a pit and a mound of animal pelts, prey animals taken during past hunts. It was warm, dry, and cozy. This was his secret place, the place that only he and his mate would ever see or know about. As I wheeled around to face him, I saw him walking slowly toward me on two legs, having shifted back to his human form before entering the cave. The man was beautiful, absolutely mouthwatering, and just seeing him, all that gorgeous gold skin over his sleek muscular frame, made my resolve falter. He simply annihilated me.

“I’m sorry,” he said softly, walking to the furs and kneeling down slowly. “All I wanted to do was protect you. I had no idea you were such a capable fighter or that you could do all the things you can do. I will never again underestimate you, and if you tell me you want to stand beside me, whenever, wherever, I promise I won’t second guess you.”

I just stared at him.

“That’s not to say that I will ever allow you to be harmed, because I can’t. I’m not strong enough to take anything happening to you.”

I moved a step closer.

“You saved me, and by doing that, you saved us all. I’m semel-re because of you. People will come to us, and there will be challenges, and now that everyone knows… there’s never going to be a dull moment, I can tell. But, Jin… I know you need time to think, but I can’t even rest without you, and I need to rest. I need my mate.” His eyes pleaded with me. “Come home.”

Second Quote:

 As Jonah watched, the man slid the jacket off broad shoulders to reveal a crisp white shirt and suspenders. Actual suspenders! Jonah suspected he would laugh at anyone who actually wore suspenders—he associated them with pocket protectors and clown shoes—but this guy actually made it work. More than made it work, in fact. He made it look… well, classy. When the man looked up at him, a smirk tugging at his lips, Jonah nearly stumbled back in shock. He caught himself on the window sash just in time to avoid putting weight down on the leg, but his heart pounded triple-time. His pulse was jumping as hard and quick as it had while he’d been lying in the stairwell the week before, leg screaming in pain and head throbbing.

 The man was looking right at him. Long, elegant fingers went to the buttons of his shirt, starting at the top and slowly unfastening them one at a time.

 Jonah was astounded. The man must have brass balls to be able to stand there and calmly initiate a strip show across an alley for a complete stranger. Of the same sex, no less. Jonah was pretty sure he hadn’t had a bright rainbow G-for-Gay stamped on his forehead, so he could only assume the man was brave enough to take a chance on him not minding the come-on. Or maybe his neighbor was more observant than Jonah was and actually noticed his neighbor’s activities. He might have seen Sean coming and going… and then going. Anybody who’d seen that fight would know Sean hadn’t been a casual roommate and that he wasn’t coming back.

Third Quote:

“Lucas? Look, I know you’re there and you know why I’m calling. I got a call from that DA in Atlanta and he told me what’s going on. He said Miller is getting out on some damn technicality and they wanted the local law enforcement to know the deal.”

 Pausing for a brief second, Sheriff Nicholas Demetris mentally cursed, because he knew Lucas was sitting in his living room, listening to the message as he left it, but the stubborn bastard wouldn’t pick up the phone.

As much as he loved the man, and there was no denying that he did love the man with all his fool heart, there were times when he desperately wanted to strangle him and now was indeed one of those times.

 Damn it, Luc; let me be there. Let me help you and love you.

Touch Me Gently E-Book Contest #1

September 3, 2010

I wanted to make this fun for everyone who’s here with me supporting me as I launch the first book, in what I hope is the first of many, by offering a couple of contests for a free e-book. I will post the winner after both contests are complete and if you’ll send your email address to mine ( I will get the e-book off to you as soon as possible.

The first contest:

Name 10 m/m pairings. They can be from television, movies, or anime. Not slashable characters, actual couples. You must name the characters (first name only is fine) and where they are from. The first person to submit a list of ten (accurately) will receive a free e-book from me.

Good Luck!


August 16, 2010

Jasper Brady’s world was forever changed when his sixteen-year-old sister Monica went missing and was found dead two weeks later. Depression struck the family, leaving eleven-year-old Jasper vulnerable to years of neglect and serious abuse until he ran away.

Thirteen years later, his father is dead, his mother is struggling to reconnect with him, and his sister’s murder case is still unsolved. Then Jasper meets Zander Macon, who believes the original investigation of Monica’s death wasn’t properly handled. Jasper surprises himself by agreeing to help Zander in any way possible, and it doesn’t take long for someone to respond to Zander’s questions with lethal intent. Trying to survive and solve the case, Zander and Jasper find mutual attraction turning into more, and Jasper will confide the dark details of his childhood while Zander works to overcome his own issues with the past.

Reply here, or at my LJ for a chance to win my coming release, Jasper’s Journey.

Winner will be announced August 31st.

Loving Edits giveaway

July 27, 2010

Loving Edits is featured over at Chris’ blog, Stumbling Over Chaos. Comment on this post and get a chance to win a free eBook.

Anniversary Contest

July 10, 2010

It’s been almost three years since A Summer Place was released and to celebrate, I’m having a contest on my blog! To enter, simply go by this post and leave a comment about why you liked A Summer Place. The winner will get the choice of any of my other titles!

The contest runs through July 16.


July 4, 2010

Leave a comment here for a chance to win an ebook copy of Shadows Of ThePast.

Winner will be announced July 13th.


Chase Churchill has made a new life for himself, hiding from his family’s dark secrets under the pseudonym of a graphic novelist, but his past and the terrifying possibilities of the future still haunt him. His father is an insane serial killer, and Chase dreads the day his father’s personality will manifest itself in him.

Desperate to atone but knowing it’s impossible, Chase has kept everyone in his life at arm’s length, including Kayne Kennedy, the police officer he loves. But now the murders have started again, targeting people in Chase’s life to make him pay for abandoning his family. Chase may have no choice but to sacrifice everything—even his own life—to keep Kayne and everyone else safe from the crazed plans of a madman.

Your chance to win…

June 29, 2010

… an e-copy of The Solstice Mistletoe Effect, the brand new sequel to The Mistletoe Phenomenon.

Go check out the book of the week page at MANtastic Fiction ( for contest rules and to enter.

The winner will be announced on Friday and receive their copy in time for the weekend reading.

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June 19, 2010

The two winners for the free eBooks are Melanie Eberling and Inga Kaye.  Please send me your email address and indicate which novel you would like to receive.  Thanks again for attending the chat this afternoon.  It was fun and I enjoyed meeting all of you.

Contest to win Broken Bones, Mended Hearts

June 17, 2010

Hey guys, William Cooper here. Over on my site I’m running a contest where I’m giving away two copies of my short story Broken Bones, Mended Hearts. The contest ends on June 25 at Midnight EST, so head on over there to find out how to enter! Good luck. =)

Loving Edits Contest Winner

June 14, 2010


Hi all!  The winner of the ebook is LJ user ”backroomvisitor”.  Please PM me with your email addy.  For those of you who would like another chance to win one of my novels, join me on Saturday, June 19, at the Dreamspinner page on Facebook from 1-6 EST.  I’ll be posting excerpts and having a few more drawings for a free copy of Loving Edits or any one of my other novels.  Thanks to all who participated.