Love & Punishment Book Tour
Susan Mac Nicol was born in Leeds, Yorkshire, in the United Kingdom. At the age of eight, her family moved to Johannesburg, South Africa where she stayed for nearly thirty years before arriving back in the UK in December 2000. Currently, She lives in the rural village of Bocking, in Essex, with her family.
Sue is a PAN (Published Author’s Network) member of Romance Writers of America and a member of the Romantic Novelists Association in the UK. Also, she is a member of a rather unique writing group, called the Talliston Writer’s Circle, which in itself has a story all of its own to tell. She has written nine novels, two novellas and a screenplay since February 2012 and clearly believes in keeping herself busy. She has found herself wanting to stay in the sub-genre that is M/M Romance so more can definitely be expected.
Her plan is to keep writing as long as her muse sits upon her shoulder. Her dream is to make enough money to give up the day job and get that big old house in the English countryside overlooking a river, where she can write all day and continue to indulge her passion for telling stories.
Cover Artist: Boroughs Publishing Group
Publisher: Boroughs Publishing Group
On the search for a serial killer, Detective Anthony Parglietto and Flynn Parker learn that every man must make a choice: to kill, to live, to love.
FROM DARKNESS AND LIGHT
Someone is leaving a trail of bodies throughout London, and Detective Anthony Parglietto is determined to end the violence. Then he’ll return to the man he loves.
Tough, street-savvy, and used to dealing with lowlifes, Flynn Parker is the last person Anthony thinks he has to protect. Then the Bow-Tie Killer strikes close to home and the world turns upside down. Right is wrong, black is white, and a policeman might become a monster. But in the name of love, justice must be served. In the name of love, pain can be endured. In the name of love, a man can taste the very essence that defines him.
Anthony walked down the hall. He reached the bedroom and gently pushed the door open. He saw Flynn framed in the light of the lamp shining from the lounge. He lay, apparently asleep, on the leather and wood divan Anthony had brought over from Italy. Its dark burgundy colour contrasted with what Flynn wore, which was nothing but a black thong lying stark against his pale skin. The divan was under the window. The bed covers were rumpled, as if Flynn had been sleeping. His robe was draped across the foot of the bed. Anthony moved towards the gleaming body of his supine lover.
Flynn’s face was turned away towards the back of the sofa. His dark hair was tousled and his arms stretched above his head to the right. He wore a blindfold. Anthony felt a stir in his groin seeing those lean, hairy legs stretched out wantonly, inviting him to run his hands up and over his groin. Even appearing asleep, Flynn had the power to excite him, to make Anthony hard and ready. He stepped towards him, watching the rise and fall of Flynn’s chest with their already hardened nubs. Anthony wanted to run his tongue over that chest, with its smattering of fine hair, to take Flynn’s nipples in his mouth and suck them until Flynn groaned in pleasure. As he got closer in the dim light he saw the hands with their bonds of silk. Green bonds lay dark against Flynn’s wrists, fastened to the wooden struts of the upright chair arm. His hands were tight fists. Anthony chuckled softly, a noise that sounded loud in the stillness of the room.
“Been waiting long?’ he whispered as he took off his jacket. ‘I tried to get home as soon as I could.”
Anthony knew the bonds would be loose so Flynn could break free if needed but he also knew he wouldn’t. It was the way the game was played.
Do all of my books take place in the same world- could I do a future story where characters cross over into other books
One of the reasons I love writing my stories set in the UK is because in some way, I know in real life all my men could probably know each other. I mean, they are all Facebook friends. I create FB profiles for my characters so they can role play and they all friend each other and make ribald jokes at each other’s expense. I’ve even written a couple of short pieces where they’ve all got together, like at the fairground. You can read it here
So there are definite possibilities for all of my chaps to meet up in a book and have a pint, share a saucy tale or two and just let their hair down. I could even create a story where some of them are peripheral characters and bring them together that way. However I doubt I’d ever do this. I don’t really know why; I see it done all the time by other authors, even to the point where they include real people as characters in their stories. *nudge nudge, wink wink* I think this is a great idea which works in some books but I personally prefer to let my men stay in their own worlds. To be honest, if Quinn Fairmont met up with Rain Engel, they’d probably circle each other like dogs and snarl, they’re both such Alpha men. And if Shane Templar and Owen Butler got together, there would be mayhem as these two guys love to cause mischief.
The world all these guys live in is Now ; Nick and Owen live in a lighthouse in Norfolk, Quinn and Cade in a regal house on Hampstead Heath, and Toby and Rain in a quaint hotel in the middle of the English countryside. And to be honest, I think that’s where they’ll all stay unless I go off on a whimsy.