Monday, August 8, 2011

Bound By Law releases August 9th!

Time is flying - I can't believe release day is just about here.  Bound By Law is Book 2 in the Men of Honor series from Samhain!


The one man he can’t forget is the one whose memories could destroy them all.

After the one man he trusted disappeared, it took Law Connor ten years to take a chance on another relationship. Trouble is, right about the time he’s finally ready to let go of the past, the past stages a hostile takeover.

Back when they were teens, Styx was the boy with no memory. He and Law had each other’s backs until he was forced to leave to keep Law safe. Now a CIA agent, he’s finally discovered who he is, and why he’s a hunted man.

Detective Paulo McMannus has almost succeeded in helping Law forget his lost love when Styx comes plowing back into their lives. No way is Paulo giving up his lover without a fight.

Suddenly Law finds himself on the run with Styx, the man who can still bring him to his knees...and with Paulo, the man who brought him back to life. The worst part? He can’t choose between them. And it’s getting harder to remember why he should. 

You can also purchase BBL at Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Fictionwise, etc.  

Lots of readers have emailed asking about the next story, TIES THAT BIND - it releases end of November.  And no, it's not Tomcat's story...yet - Tomcat's will be a full length story coming (hopefully) in April 2012 - I'm in the process of writing it now.  Ties That Bind is a Christmas novella about a friend of Tomcat - it's m/m with a Navy pilot and a former Marine, Glen and Derek, respectively.  The blurb and cover should be up at Samhain soon.

Again, I want to thank readers for all their support and good wishes - I'm the world's worst blogger and tweeter, but honestly, that's because I'm writing a lot, trying to get you at least 3 releases at year :)  I appreciate all the emails and comments and reviews I get on the books for sure :)


  1. Absolutely Loved both Bound by Honour and Bound By Law. Do keep up the brilliant work.


    Serwaa St. Just