It’s here! My second full-length book, the next volume in the Browerton University series, ready for consumption. I am so pumped to share this with you. I loved writing Cameron and Walker. And I love being able to share this stories with you. Enough with the mushy stuff:
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~~Scroll down to find out about the Out on a Limb blog tour~~
This book was an emotional rollercoaster. It was up and down and push and pull, chalk full of angst, sadness, heartbreak, sweetness, laughter and love. — Tracy @ Bayou Book Junkie
I loved the relationship growth between Walker and Cameron. Their interactions felt natural, and there’s something to be said for a slow burn written right. — Lili @ Gaybook Reviews
No looking back. That’s the motto of college senior Cameron Buckley, whether he’s kicking his latest hookup out of bed or plotting out his future as a hit screenwriter. With only a few weeks until graduation, he’s ready to put Browerton University in his rearview mirror and start the life he’s been dreaming of ever since he was a kid. But a chance meeting with a sexy stranger in a bar throws a wrench into his Hollywood plans.
For Walker Reed, no looking back is hard to do when you work minutes away from your alma mater and share child custody with your college sweetheart. Almost fifteen years after graduating from Browerton, he can’t stop wondering how he got here. He has an ex who can’t stand him, a five-year-old son he can’t connect with, and a dead-end job he can’t escape.
When Cameron and Walker first meet, they know the rules. They know their friendship has an expiration date, yet it begins changing them in ways they never expected. As graduation looms, they both know things can’t go anywhere, but they can’t keep denying the feelings pulling them closer, even as an offer from Hollywood threatens to tear them apart forever.
OUT ON A LIMB is a gay new adult romance filled with humor, heart, and hot guys. It’s the second full-length book in the Browerton University series, but can be read as a standalone. The book is intended for readers 18 and up.
Over the next week, I’ll be going on tour around the gay romance blogosphere. If you like me and like what you read, feel free to share the links. I came with some epic posts about music, movies, and books that I’m sure you will enjoy.
4/18 – The Blogger Girls
4/20 – Gay Book Reviews
4/21 – The Novel Approach
4/22 – Boy Meets Boy Reviews
4/25 – Hearts on Fire Reviews
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Thank you so much for supporting me and letting me and my lovelorn characters into your lives. I do this for you.