Tuesday, July 31, 2012

Murphy's Law out now!

Murphy's Law: what can go wrong will go wrong,  is something everyone has suffered at one time in their life, or if they haven't yet, they're going to. It's bad luck, or it's fated. Either way, you'll know it when it's happened to you, and for most people it's a shrug of the shoulders, for some it's a nightmare. For David, it's a way of life.


Fed up of trying to fly under his step family's radar, David sets off to Australia to get away from their constant harassment. Maybe there he can be himself, be free, be with someone who can help him forget about his problems for a while. Meeting Scott, who not only thinks he's sexy but shows him how much over and over again, is perfect. And Scott doesn't care that he's accident prone. Well, David is everything prone; what can go wrong does. And falling in love with someone he nearly kills is about as wrong as it can get.
Scott likes his sex uncomplicated, preferably with someone just passing through, but his family want him to settle down with some nice young man. To get away from their meddling he heads to Bondi Beach. That's where he meets David, a man who just pushes his buttons, and the fact that he's looking for the same thing Scott is, makes him ideal. However, he falls in love with David--sassy attitude, accidents, and adorable accent included. But how is Scott going to persuade David to stay with him, especially as David's seriously upset about nearly getting him killed?
Publisher's Note: This book contains explicit sexual situations, graphic language, and material that some readers may find objectionable: male/male sexual practices.

To read an excerpt click here.


  1. Holy Moly! Bless you for of these wonderful pictures that I cannot quit staring at!!! Really.. Thank You!! :o)

    Murphy's Law sounds amazing.. I definitely have to pick it up!

    Have a Happy Halloween!
    Maycee Majors

    1. Hi Maycee, Thanks for liking the pictures. I "borrowed" them off my friends. A lot of them give me inspiration for characters I'm writing about, and I tend to like the loving poses best. If you do get a chance to read Murphy's Law, please let me know what you think.