(Doubleback #1)

After a tragic shooting left him wounded and in disgrace, all that remained of former deputy sheriff Jude Anderson’s life was a shattered femur, the standard disability package, and a host of issues. Jude seeks sanctuary in a remote upstate cabin and tries to get his life back on track. 

Life has other plans when Jude finds a dead man draped across his front doorstep. The victim is the first hookup Jude’s had in, well, ever. Once Jude processes that shock he gets another when he learns that the homicide detective sent to investigate the murder is Rowan Muir, Jude’s ex. Their split was ugly, and Rowan isn’t the forgiving type. 

Now Jude is drawn back into a world he left behind: murder investigations and fighting the undeniable attraction he has for Rowan. Rowan is still holding onto a substantial grudge. But both men need to figure out how to cope with being thrown together again, because it’s becoming increasingly clear that Jude is being targeted by a murderer – one who may have come from Jude’s past for revenge.

Just the right amount of murder, mayhem, and good loving.
— Amazon reviewer

Double Down

(Doubleback #2)

After surviving a deadly attack by a psychopathic killer, homicide detective Rowan Muir is ready to take his relationship with ex-deputy sheriff and former ex-boyfriend Jude Anderson to the next level. Trouble is, Jude is happy with going slow. As in glacial. And, fair enough, their previous attempt as a couple wasn’t exactly smooth sailing. It took murder and the volcanic attraction between them for both men to set old grievances aside and try once more. 

But the past rears its ugly head again when Rowan’s drug-addicted brother goes missing. Rowan is summoned home and is immediately mired in family dysfunction better seen in a rear-view mirror. When Jude agrees to help Rowan investigate his stepbrother’s disappearance, Rowan fears his fragile relationship with Jude won’t survive the stress. 

Being back in his hometown dredges up old fears, a lot of baggage, and murder allegations. Soon Rowan has to decide if he is going to double down on his relationship with Jude, or if it’s wiser to pick up his chips and split for good.

A great sequel...This book had it all, a well crafted mystery, and lots of hot sex.
— PJ Loves Hot Reads

Home for the Holidays

(A Doubleback short story)

Christmas is around the corner, and Jude Anderson is on a mission to impart the holiday spirit to his partner Rowan Muir. Unfortunately, Rowan’s idea of seasonal cheer is decidedly on the Scrooge side, especially when it comes to getting a live tree. 

Jude’s having none of that. He wants Rowan to have the perfect home for the holiday. It’s a live tree or bust, but so far, his tree hunt is coming down on the side of a bust... 

Home for the Holidays: A Doubleback Holiday Short Story is a 4,500 word shortie. A little holiday sexytimes is included. 

Double Cross

(Doubleback #3)

Releases September 22, 2016

Happily ever after wasn’t supposed to be this complicated.

At last, Jude Anderson and his lover, homicide detective Rowan Muir, are settling into domestic bliss. Or so it seems. Rowan says all the right things, and the sex is still hotter than ever. But something isn’t quite right, and Jude can’t put his finger on what it is.

Then Jude’s sister drops a bombshell that she’s getting married—and guess who gets to throw the bachelor party.

It’s all puppies and rainbows and wedding plans until murder rears its ugly head. The case involves a close friend, old grievances, and conflicts that set Jude and Rowan on a collision course that could tear them apart.


Bait & Switch #1

A good boy meets a bad boy. Someone’s losing a halo

FBI special agent Daniel O’Pray is a straight shooter both in and out of bed. But things get a little weird when Danny is tasked to be the bait in a sting involving the owner of Philadelphia’s most notorious leather bar. One out-of-control moment with nightclub owner Alexi Romanov throws Danny into a tailspin—sexuality included. 

Worse, Romanov is a prime suspect in an extortion ring Danny is investigating. And Danny can’t get enough of him. 

Danny has spent his life following the rules. So why does breaking them for Alexi feel so damn good? Lines are blurring, putting Danny’s career and his life at risk. His heart, well, that’s in jeopardy, too. 

BAIT is a 77,000 word novel of romantic suspense. It is intended for mature audiences.

One thing is for certain. These two characters are explosive together. Their love scenes leap off the page. You become invested in them as a couple right away. It’s almost like a Romeo & Juliet kind of situation.
— Love Bytes Reviews


Bait & Switch #2

It’s one thing to have an FBI agent for a boyfriend. It’s another when he wants to bring you home to meet the folks—especially when they know you own the most notorious gay nightclub in Philadelphia.

Former street thug Alexi Romanov promised to clean up his act for lover, FBI agent and slice of beefcake Daniel O’Pray. Danny is such a good guy, he makes Alexi want to be a better man. He also makes Alexi want to teach him everything he knows in the sack, especially the spicier lessons.

But old habits die hard, especially in Alexi’s line of work. When an old friend comes calling, Alexi is going to have his loyalties tested…especially his new-found resolution to give honesty a chance. If he doesn't, he’s going to lose Danny for good.