Because I’m getting a LOT of questions about this, YES, we evacuated Sheldon with the other animals when we bugged out to my parents’ house nearby for Irma. I would never leave any of my fur/feather/shellbabies behind. Hence why it was so crazy when we evacuated, because I had to do it in stages, trying to move everyone in the least stressful way for them possible (although Sheldon was, as usual, chill AF) because stress is harmful to animals.
With my parents’ animals and ours, we had in total 12 cats, 2 dogs, 3 birds, and Sheldon.
Yes, it was crowded. LOL But we’re just happy it wasn’t worse. It could have easily been a LOT worse.
Happy Valenkink’s Day (Suncoast Society 44, various, BDSM), which is combined in a print volume with Splendid Isolation (Suncoast Society 45, MM, BDSM), and then Similar to Rain (Suncoast Society 46, MM, BDSM).
The sequel to Splendid Isolation is Fire in the Hole. It’s not available in print yet, but you can get it in e-book format.
What’s coming next?
Reconsider Me (Suncoast Society 59, MM, BDSM) is now available for pre-order.
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Fenton had a bad experience in college. It left him with one hard limit he’ll never budge on, the same hard limit that’s tanked every relationship he’s had, and resulted in his trust being repeatedly shattered. When he meets Joel courtesy of matchmaking friends, he senses something different in the Top and wonders if he’s the real deal. Especially when Joel receives the Snoobug seal of approval from Fen’s young niece.
Joel’s first impression of the fricking adorable side is that he’ll break if Joel so much as looks at him wrong, much less plays with him. Fen’s limit isn’t a problem for Joel, because the Sephora-loving, Broadway-musical-singing, essential-oil-diffusing subby slid right past all of Joel’s emotional defenses like no other. And looks can be deceiving—Fen is much tougher than people assume.
After a family tragedy, when Joel’s past returns to strike where he’s most vulnerable, can Fen step up, swing hard, and save them with his cast-iron will?
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My most recent releases are:
- A Case of You
- See You Sometime
- Roll With the Punches
- Heartache Spoken Here
- Any World That I’m Welcome To
- Rub Me Raw
- Walk Between the Raindrops
- This Moody Bastard
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