Another new release. That's two from us this month!
(Did you pick up your copy of The Professor and the Smuggler?)
This is the second novella set in the world of the theater (or, as they'd spell it, theatre) family. Our first was Simon and the Christmas Spirit.
Will and the Valentine Saint is also a stand-alone story with a happily ever after. When we pick up a novella, we want to enjoy a beginning, middle, and end--so of course that's what we'll always offer our readers
A Valentine bonbon from Devon/Dee.
A Valentine bonbon from Devon/Dee, book two in the Victorian Holiday Hearts series.
Will Andrews wishes to escape the madness of his bohemian family. He
dreams of an orderly, quiet life. Hiding his eccentric theater
background with false recommendation letters, he interviews for a
position at a legal aid society. The last thing he expects is to feel
something more potent than respect for his genteel employer, Hugh St.
When Hugh needs a secretary, one magnetic candidate has a draw he
can’t resist. Will Andrews shares his vision for the Society and is also
the most attractive man he’s ever met. But Hugh has never even kissed a
man and certainly wouldn’t throw himself at an employee.
As the pair plans a Valentine charity dinner, they grow ever closer
to surrendering to their delicious desire. But when Will’s hidden
background is revealed, can Hugh forgive his lies and omissions and
trust him again?
The story is available now!
Amazon, B&N, Kobo, ITunes, All Romance or Smashwords.
We're Bonnie Dee and Summer Devon and we write books together
- Duet Publishing
- Summer Devon and Bonnie Dee have co-written over a dozen books. Their historical novels often feature cross class romances which give the protagonists even greater hurtles to overcome than being gay men in dangerous times. Summer is the alter ego of author, Kate Rothwell, who writes gaslight historicals. Bonnie is interested in flawed, often damaged, people who find happiness together. These writers met by chance online and have had a fabulous time passing stories back and forth, creating characters and situations in what might be the world's longest party game.
Saturday, January 2, 2016
Happy new year!
Celebrate with our new title, The Professor and the Smuggler, a gay romance set in 1905.
We hope you had as much fun reading it as we did researching the Cornish coast and ancient automobiles.
And the heroes are darling, though we do say so ourselves.
A grumpy smuggler meets a bumbling professor and treasure is found.
An explorer at heart, former university professor Phillip Singleton’s adventures have only taken place in his imagination—until recently. Exploring the Cornish coast to research a travel book, he encounters a living example of a pirate archetype. Dark-haired, black-bearded Carne Treleaven might have been hewn from the very rock his name describes, and Phillip is eager to discover more.
Carne has little patience for the awkward, dreamy professor, an outsider who must be steered away from local secrets. He agrees to serve as a guide to seaside caves where smugglers once operated only to keep Phillip away from more recent activity.
As personalities clash, secrets unfold, and riches are revealed, the two polar opposites find the point where their similarities lay. Carne’s old beliefs are shattered by his attraction to a man and he must decide if he’s willing to take a huge step outside his familiar life and into a brand new world.
"I’m not going to bother beating around the bush. I adored this book, just adored it. Every single thing about it, and can say that The Professor and the Smuggler is easily my favorite of this writing duos many books. What makes this one such a wonderful read? In a couple of words: the characters."
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