THE TOKEN YANK available now!

The Token Yank is now available!!

This is the first in my new “Expats” series, which chronicles the tales of young guys finding adventure and love in foreign countries.

The Token Yank follows Rafe from Out for the Night on his study abroad adventures in England, though you don’t need any prior Browerton knowledge to jump in. The title comes from an article I read years ago about Laura Linney’s character in Love, Actually, and it’s always stuck with me. This is one of my most personal books, based in part on my experiences studying abroad there 13 years ago.

Wow. 13 years. Time really freaking flies.

This book is personal. It’s romantic. And it’s damn sexy. There’s a scene on a soccer field (or football pitch) that was one of my favorite to write. It’s a scorcher.

Click here to pick up a copy at Amazon. (FREE for KU members)

Rafe’s Study Abroad Bucket List:
-See Stonehenge
-Get drunk (legally, for once!)
-Seduce a hot British guy (or five…)

After years of grand romantic gestures that went bust and left him perpetually single, Rafe wants nothing more than to shag his way through Jolly Olde England. He’s vowed to stop looking for romance and enjoy the next three months as the lone Yank in a sea of Brits at Stroude University. 

But his “Operation: Slut” mission goes awry when he meets Eamonn. His Beatles-hating, raspy-voiced flatmate shows him a true Blighty adventure, one filled with downing Snakebites, shopping trips to Asda, fist fights, and liberal usage of the c-word. 

For Eamonn, helping Rafe is a distraction from the uninspiring future waiting for him and a chance to forget about his ripped-out, stomped-on heart. In fact, Rafe may be the one to put it back together. That is, if the return ticket back to the States doesn’t pull them apart first.


One thought on “THE TOKEN YANK available now!”

  1. I bought it on Amazon and gave up in frustration after just a few pages. The kindle edition has “advanced typography” disabled, forcing right-justification. That means if I enlarge the font size as I normally do to ease my old eyes, the text gets chopped up into random clumps. Ugly and disappointing.

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