Series – True Colors

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The award-winning TRUE COLORS series

From the very first, Zeke Roswell and Miles Winter are like oil and water. After a tragic fire claimed his brother’s life, Zeke’s personal and professional life spiraled out of control, and now he has no choice but to sell his gallery to cover hs debts. Enter successful entrepreneur Miles, who buys it and plans to make a commercial success out of Zeke’s failure.

Their initial hostility stands no chance against the strong passion that ambushes them. Zeke’s talent and lust for life intoxicate Miles, and Zeke finds Miles’s self-assurance and determination equally fascinating. But it’s not until an unsolved mystery of violence and stolen sketches threatens to sabotage any chance at happiness that Miles and Zeke realize they have a chance at all.

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*Follow up with Zeke and Miles in a sexy FREE short ANNIVERSARY.
*My fun and frisky INTERVIEW with Miles and Zeke, set just after SWITCH.
*Especially for Christmas: an intimate short giving free rein to Zeke’s artistic skills: INK ME.

#1  TRUE COLORS  (novel)
Zeke’s life is in a downward spiral: Miles’s has barely been rippled. When they meet for the first time on opposite sides of the commercial battlefield, the attraction is inexplicable, inconvenient – and passionate!

#2  AMBUSH  (short story)
Zeke plots a sexy and outrageous way to ruffle Miles’s cool persona at work.

#3  PAYBACK  (short story)
Miles plots payback for his previous ambush: it’s his turn now to call the sexual shots in his office.

#4  SWITCH  (short story)
Miles and Zeke meet in a rare, quiet period during their busy lives. It’s time to confess their deepest feelings: and for Miles to offer a new, sensual, and sexual side to their intimacy.

#5  FLYING COLORS  (novel)
Red De Vere’s playboy life catches him in a compromising position once too often. His friend Carter Davison is his opposite: far more serious and measured. But when they find themselves working together at a youth centre, both of them open up to a way of life they hadn’t considered before – and to the attraction between them.