Category: and on top

Big, Bad, and on Top…Book of the Day at Ravenous

Here’s the link, and below the cover copy. I haven’t sent this book out for review anywhere, but I will eventually. When it was released I was in the middle of three different projects and I got sidetracked.

Duke’s driven by his ambition to be the best fighter pilot in the Navy, not the fact that he’s a closeted gay man. But he’s garnered a reputation for being overly aggressive and far too impulsive. He likes to think the chances he takes are heroic and wise, but there are many in the Navy who think he’s reckless and irresponsible.

And when the Navy sends Duke to the most rigorous flight class in the world, he becomes even more aggressive in order to be the big, bad “top gun” everyone expects him to be. But while he’s working hard to be number one, he meets an attractive young civilian flight instructor named Jaime who turns his entire life upside down. Though it starts out as a harmless flirtation, their connection becomes so intense Duke begins to wonder whether or not he can continue to abide by the rules of Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell.

After a serious accident that leaves Duke so devastated he can barely fly a plane, Duke begins to question his goals, his ferocious need to be number one, and his unyielding devotion to a military that refuses to treat him with dignity and equality. He realizes the only good thing that has ever happened to him was falling in love with Jaime, and he discovers he has two choices. Both have the potential to change his and Jaime’s lives forever, and both come with serious consequences. But he can only choose one. And even while Duke is wrestling with the biggest decision of his life, his passion for Jaime burns hotter than eve

New Release: BIG, BAD, and on TOP

Here’s a sneak peak at the new cover for BIG, BAD, and on TOP. I’ll post more about it this week when it’s released, but I wanted to share the cover right now. It’s a little more risque than my other RR book covers. But to be perfectly honest, I like readers to know what they are getting. This is, in fact, an erotic romance and I don’t want readers thinking otherwise. The romance is there, with a happy ending, but it’s not pg rated. And, again, if anyone has any questions about the book, please feel free to e-mail me and I’ll answer any questions you have. We now have all this communication and it’s nice to take advantage of it.