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I so love Draven St. James for putting this blog hop on. Not only have I been an avid reader of hers since the first Firehouse Six book came out, I've found that I have something in common with her. About the same time she started writing m/m, so did I. *smiles*
Anyhow, I'm happy to be part of this bloghop and look forward to checking out all the different stops. As a writer, there's nothing I love more than writing a story where my characters find their own happily ever after, whether it's a m/f, m/m or even m/m/f, so personally I'm so ecstatic that my sister, Tonya and her lovely partner, Jenny are celebrating five years being married this year. In the day and age of quickie marriages and even faster divorces, it's a pleasure to see that my sister and her wife had made the five year mark. (I remember those days...Mr. Trace and I are looking at over 19 years together.) To me that's the ultimate test of true love - (to love each other enough you stick together through thick and thin)
Anyway, now for the fun part, what should I give away? Well, I guess that's a no brainer...right? Should be something hot and sexy, and have yummy men in it. Well, Healing Hark, which just came out yearly this year is full of yummy men. Three to be exact: Master Diachi Rai (a hot sexy American Japanese business consultant who takes control of his men), Harkahome Akula (a Lakota warrior, who's retirement from the military isn't going as well as planned) and Bryan Sterling (a hunky all american CEO who lives to take care of his men.) So if you like mm with a lot of BDSM thrown in, you should love Healing Hark.
Want to win a copy? Just leave a comment below about who's relationships inspire you...whether they be m/m, m/f, or even f/f. I 'm a sucker for happily ever after stories. Just make sure you include your email addy, so I can email you if you win.
Now go check out the rest of the fun. There are plenty of prizes to be had!
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