I’m so thrilled that Rainbow Blues is here. To celebrate… there will be prizes & games!
June 20: Facebook Party – me and some of my awesome author friends will have a bunch of books to give away. The festivities start at noon (Eastern) and will last for hours!
June 22: Chat at the Dreamspinner Facebook Page – ask me some questions, win more prizes, and get some discounts.
Also June 22: I’ll be chatting at Beth Wylde’s Yahoo group with Lex Valentine, VJ Summers, and a few other authors for a Pride celebration. Guess what? More prizes! And if I could figure out how to find the link for it, I would post it here, but you should be able to search for it you don’t already belong.
I’m gonna keep you hopping this weekend
Having come out late in life, forty-three-year-old Luke Jordan is at a loss about how to conduct himself as a gay man. As a construction manager, he’s not interested in being out at work, but he’d like to find a boyfriend or at least some gay friends. Two years after his wife got all their friends in the divorce, he’s no closer to the life he wants.
Zach, Luke’s adult son, takes charge and signs him up for the Rainbow Blues, a social group for gay blue-collar workers. At an event, he not only finds friends but meets Jimmy Alexander, part-time stage actor and full-time high school biology teacher. Jimmy loves the stage but wishes potential boyfriends weren’t so jealous of the time he devotes to it. When he meets Luke and finds him accepting of his many facets, he thinks it’s a dream come true.
Their relationship quickly moves into serious territory, but their connection is tested to its breaking point by the offer of a juicy movie role that takes Jimmy to the opposite coast and into the path of a very sexy costar.