When young attorney Brendan Burke opens his first law practice in a new city, he knows things are about to change in his life—though he never expected one of those things to be his sexual orientation. But when he meets Marcello, a sexy and mysterious stranger working at a restaurant in Providence’s Little Italy, he can’t fight his compulsion to pursue him. But while Marcello is willing to let Brendan into his bedroom, he’s stubbornly elusive about his past and his family. Fixated on discovering the truth, Brendan’s passion for Marcello turns out to be far more dangerous than he ever anticipated.
I’m closing in on the end of my new book – this one will be a bit longer than my previous ones, more a novel than a novella. I’ve been having a lot of fun with it and am madly in love with the characters, so I hope that means the readers will be, too.
This one is more urban than my other books, more city-based, which was a nice change for me.
Of course I have no idea what the title is going to be yet…I always struggle with this. It takes me longer to think of the title than it does to write the book. But I’m hoping my beta readers will have some ideas – it was someone else, admittedly, that came up with the title for ‘Seducing Professor Coyle’ after reading it. So now you know, I title-cheated.
Writing went well yesterday so I thought I was done when I decided to be Goody Two-Shoes and go to bed early. Brain had other ideas…Was up an hour later and wrote until 1AM. This one’s got me in its teeth and is shaking me around like a pork chop. I suspect it’ll be finished by the end of the week and I’ll look like this.
Seducing Professor Coyle is a staff pick at All Romance Cafe…very cool!
So happy with the reader response I’ve been getting for Seducing Professor Coyle, thanks to everyone who’s taken the time to write me or post a review. Surprised I keep hearing about Dominick–never had ppl fall in love with a side character before, but that’s awesome, and I’ll *think* about giving him his own book at some point.
I’m also hearing a lot of people want to see a sequel to EDGES, and will consider that. I’m currently working on a metropolitan based m/m but aim to get back up to the mountains for the next one.