Madison Wyler is a lust demon who’s in over his head as a relationship and sex columnist. Having been stuck in a rut for what seems to be forever, his sister gives him the idea to freshen up by doing what he does best: seducing a man to have sex with him. He meets Nolan Cook, a human male who intrigues him, and he finds his so-called prey for the night.
Nolan is broken, however, having just split with his long-time girlfriend. Madison feels an immediate kinship and a connection with Nolan that is as scary as it is instantaneous, but he finds himself going all in to try and help mend Nolan’s broken heart rather than trying to get into his pants.
Nolan is scared. He doesn’t know if he’ll ever love again, and this strange tie that binds him and Madison is too strong, too quick, and it throws his already off-kilter world even more off balance.
What is this love that locks the both of them together, and can they find the meaning of it together?
Lovelocked was originally released as In Lust, In Love, but it has been rewritten, revised, and given a brand-new cover. It is a paranormal romantic comedy at over 43,296 words complete with a sassy landlady, romantic incubi, a HEA, no cliffhangers, and can be enjoyed as a standalone.
It’s been a long time since I updated my website and I apologize sincerely for this. I wanted to get my writing done, but I am but one man doing all of this, and I have to manually add in all of my books into the galleries provided here!
Still, that’s no excuse for the fact that I haven’t updated. I just wanted to at least give a reason (but not a justification) for why it’s been such a long time, with no real updates. Rest assured that the updates will continue, and I will chug on as best as I can to finish this website!
In this blog post I’d like to talk about my latest release (for which I’d like to thank the many, many readers who have bought a copy and enjoyed so much that they reached out to me,) talk about the upcoming sequel(s) to the book, and also a couple of other series and continuations of past series in the works!
Warmth of His Light (Blanchard Coven 1) Out Now!
Warmth of His Light is NOW RELEASED and you can get it here!
Other Blanchard Coven Books
The sequel to Warmth of His Light, is called Under His Spell and will be released sometime in the second half of this year. As soon as it’s finished, you will all know! For now, I hope that it’s okay to say that the book is about Elijah. 🙂 And because I’m a bit of a brat and a tease, please enjoy this cover teaser!
In Other News…
Although I’m not very sure how many people out there actually enjoyed the Elysian Heights series, I’m pleased to say that I’m going to be rebooting it soon. I’m working with my editor now and will be re-releasing it as a self-published title, complete with added chapters, with more things fleshed out. As one of my favorite video game developers says frequently, please look forward to it!
I’m also going to be starting a new human omegaverse mpreg series called the Wesley Harbor Happily-Ever-Afters. I’ve been caught up reading so much of it that I hope sincerely people enjoy it!
I had a conversation with some close friends earlier where it seemed to me that some of what I said may be misconstrued in a lot of different ways. Written communication is something I think I’m good at, but when it comes to actual, verbal, using-my-voice communication? I still think I have a long way to go. 😀
Usually, I like to make it clear when we’re sharing anecdotes or stories that I know that my experiences aren’t universal: they’re personal. I know some of my conclusions and generalizations may be wrong, and I’m glad to have it changed by more people that I meet and more experiences that people share with me.
Whatever I’ve experienced is sure to be different from what other people have, too!
But I’m glad I have such understanding people around me who are willing to listen and understand that I never come from a place of hatred. Annoyance or anger? Sometimes. Hatred? Never.
Hopefully one day I’ll have enough berth of experience to be definitive over whatever I say, but until then, I’m always glad to hear new perspectives; be openminded about the fact that whatever I’ve seen is not necessarily what other people have seen; and to always remember that when it comes to people, it’s always case-by-case basis.