My debut LGBTQ motorcycle romance will be released on February 9th, and I’m so excited about the things people are saying! The beta readers (which I always need them so if you’re interested find me on Facebook) loved the story as well as some reviewers!
Here’s a short blurb:
An immortal Biker Daddy walks into a bar… and finds a boy who needs him.
Abbott is a boy on the run.
Cutter is a member of the motorcycle club who longs for a boy of his own.
When Abbott needs help, the last place he expects to find it is in a small-town biker bar.
When Cutter takes one look at the scared but gorgeous redhead, he wants to do more than help. He wants Abbott for his own. But can he protect Abbott from the evil that’s chasing him?
✨Sexy Bikers ✨Military Brotherhood ✨Light Daddy Kink (No age play or ABDL) ✨Hurt/Comfort ✨Low-Angst ✨Instalove ✨Steamy Love
I’ve gotten more preorders than I expected and I’m THRILLED. Cutter became my favorite book boyfriend and his boy Abbot is adorable! They make a cute but unexpected couple.
Here’s a short excerpt:
After Cutter turned the lights down low in his room and finally settled in, his body was pulled into a deep, dreamless sleep. Sometime later, Cutter heard a slight click. Old soldier instincts kicked in and his body stiffened, preparing to fight. His senses reached out and quickly, he remembered he was in his own bed. The noise that had awakened him was the door handle turning. Light peeked in through the opening, and the silhouette of a trembling boy stood in his doorway.
“Abbott? What is it, boy?” He kept his voice quiet and nonthreatening.
“I – I had a nightmare. I’ll, I’m sorry, I…”
His quivering voice alerted Cutter to Abbott’s emotional state. “Abbott, come here.” He lifted his covers in invitation. Within seconds, his arms were full of his shaking redheaded temptation. He turned on his side, pulling Abbott close to him, keeping his arms wrapped tight. Abbott’s face burrowed closer to his chest, and Cutter could feel the wetness of his cheeks.
“I promise you, Abbott, I’ll never let anything bad happen to you.” He was rubbing soothing circles on his boy’s back and placed little kisses on his forehead. “You are safe in this town. The Valhalla Warriors watch out for their own, and I guarantee no one could come to St. Germain and hurt you.”
Abbott sniffed. “But I’m not a member of your club. Why would they protect me?” His voice was muffled against Cutter’s chest.
“Because you need help, and I can help. I want to. That’s all they need to know. And I—” he paused. What was the best way to tell this precious boy that Cutter wanted to protect him, be a Daddy to him? They weren’t friends, much less in a relationship so it was too early. Wasn’t it?
The story is so sweet and Cutter shows his nurturing tendencies from the very beginning. When he was drafted for the Vietnam war, he wanted to be a medic in the Marines to save lives. When he dies in battle, a Valkyrie shows up and makes him an offer; give up his eternal reward or join Odin’s Army.
Abbott grew up an only child in a strict, religious family. In fact his father started his own church, in a small (fictional) town on the Louisiana side of the Texas boarder. When he’s kicked out for being gay, he meets a man who takes him in. This man has many teenagers who he’s brought in, but Abbott finds out Lyle isn’t everything he portrays.
When Abbott and Cutter meet, it’s instant attraction for both men. Evil follows Abbott and Cutter must turn to his motorcycle club of Valhalla Warriors to help save his boy.
If you’d like to preorder Cutter’s Mission so it shows up in your device on February 9th, click here.
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