Thursday, August 20, 2015
My first published work was a short story and it was MM. Candy Hearts was originally published in a Valentine's Day anthology, but it will forever have a special place in my heart as the story that started it all.
If you like MM stories, and want something short and sweet, check out Candy Hearts
Tuesday, August 11, 2015
Book 4 in the Stone Society Series
By Faith Gibson
Geoffrey “Frey” Hartley- soldier, helicopter pilot, boxer, martial arts expert - is the biggest, baddest Gargoyle shapeshifter in the Stone Society. After too much death and destruction, he hung up his dog tags. Now he is the owner of Lion Hart Dojo and Gym. For almost six hundred years, Frey has spent his life protecting humans while secretly praying for a family. Some of his Clan are finding their mates, but the fates aren’t making it easy on any of them.
Abbi Quinn – teacher, wife, sister - is an abused, broken down young woman. After her parents’ death when she was seventeen, Abbi hung up her dreams along with her ballet shoes. Married to an abusive, controlling man, Abbi can’t remember what love feels like. When a stranger offers her a way out of her horrid situation, Abbi is torn. She tried leaving once before and the result almost cost her life.
When Frey finds his mate in the beautiful yet subdued Abbi, the pull between them is undeniable. He vows to find the smile hidden beneath her pain, to give her back her dreams, to see her dance. He will do whatever it takes to rescue her from the hands of her husband, even if it means protecting her from the sidelines.
Stone Society Buy Links:
Shatter Me – Lindsey Stirling, featuring Lzzy Hale
Hush – HELLYEAH
Caught in the Sun – Course of Nature
True Colors – Cyndi Lauper
If You Only Knew – Shinedown
My Demons – Starset
Waking the Demon – Bullet for My Valentine
Everlong – Foo Fighters
Bully – Shinedown
Song of the Caged Bird – Lindsey Stirling
Warning: This book contains scenes depicting domestic abuse and non-consensual sex between spouses.
If you are involved in an abusive relationship, please seek help NOW. Talk to a friend or
family member, or contact a hotline. Nobody deserves to be abused.
Links to Domestic Violence Hotlines: