At the end of ‘Endings and Beginnings’, Scott told his friends that Ben’s sister, Annie, was expecting their baby. Of course, everyone was super excited for them. Now that we’re nearly done with book one of ‘Secrets’ (titled Before You Break), KC and I are ready for that tyke to be born, and we want YOUR help!
We need to know the gender of the baby and the name you’d like to see him or her have. It’s super-easy. Just reply to this post, or enter through the Rafflecopter link, and we’ll tally them up and choose a winner, whose name will be listed in the book with our thanks! Sound easy? It totally is!
So let’s hear from you.
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Okay, so this post might be a bit rambling. Those who know me really shouldn’t be surprised, though.
I got a few messages from people who read ‘Of Love and Corn Dogs’, and it got me thinking about things.
When I read The Telling by Eden Winters (my first MM romance, by the way. If you haven’t read it, click the link and get a copy for free!) I was so moved by the story, that I wrote to Eden and told her how much I appreciated it.
Now, in my mind an author was akin to a rockstar. I couldn’t imagine they’d actually reply to the mail. (Actually, I thought she’d have an assistant who would send me out a canned reply and an autographed poster suitable for framing which, by the way, would be cool!). Instead, I got a very nice letter from her, which started my friendship with this sweet southern belle.
There were others I wrote to as well. K-Lee Klein (who said I was her first ever fan letter), Anne Tenino, Amy Lane, Silvia Violet, and more. Each of them was surprisingly nice, approachable, and super sweet. Then I find out that’s who they actually are in real life.
Author Name: Jamie Deacon
Book Name: Caught Inside
Series: Boys on the Brink
Release Date: September 29, 2016
Luke believes he has his life figured out…and then he meets Theo.
It should have been simple—a summer spent with his girlfriend Zara at her family’s holiday cottage in Cornwall. Seventeen-year-old Luke Savage jumps at the chance, envisioning endless hours of sunbathing on the private beach and riding the waves on his beloved surfboard. He isn’t interested in love. Though his rugged good looks and lazy charm mean he can have his pick of girls, he has no intention of falling for anyone.
Nothing prepares Luke for his reaction to Theo, the sensitive Oxford undergraduate who is Zara’s cousin and closest friend. All at once, he is plunged along a path of desire and discovery that has him questioning everything he thought he knew about himself. No one, especially Zara, must find out; what he and Theo have is too new, too fragile. But as the deceit spirals beyond their control, people are bound to get hurt, Luke most of all.