Category: Levi and Clint
|March 23, 2014||Filled under Levi and Clint, Love's Landcape Challenge, Rusty and Sean, What I'm Working On||
So, this is it. Sean and Rusty’s story arc for their first year post-college is finished. For Better Or Worse was a hard one to write–not because the story didn’t flow, because it did. Thank you, muses! But because I didn’t want to say goodbye. (So I’m not going to. But you’ve got to read the book for that one.)
When Sean Loves Rusty is the collection for ALL the Sean and Rusty stories, including Meant To Be, Moving On, Tricked Up for Treats, Jingle My Bells and For Better Or Worse. It’s available both in paperback and digitally (at a deep discount right now.) Buy from Amazon , B&N , or All Romance Ebooks
So, Levi and Clint’s story is up next. Yes, it has a title: Down To the Studs.
The tagline is: When demolishing closets requires a sledge hammer made of love…
And the blurb is:
When general contract Levi Graham wins an interior makeover for his lake home, not only does decorator Clint Bordelon try to tempt Levi away from his garage sale style but also into an openly gay lifestyle. Clint’s personal style doesn’t include hidden closets.
While Levi can live without his beanbag chair, can Clint replace the love of family and friends Levi is sure he’ll lose when he comes out?
There’s an unedited excerpt in the back of When Sean Loves Rusty. (Unedited=this could change in the final edits.)
BUT before I finish Down To The Studs, I am taking a little side trip. It’s that time of the year when the Goodreads group, MMRomance has their writing challenge. This year, it’s called Love’s Landscape and I got the most awesome photo and letter prompt to write about. The photo is slightly NSFW, so you’ll have to go see it on my Pinterest page. You’ll find the letter prompt there, too. So far, this has been a fun, just slightly emo story that is still contemporary but very different from the Bayou Boys stories.
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