Sunday, December 19, 2010

Romance for the Solstice

My last post raised a few eyebrows (and maybe other things), but today I'm posting something for the romantics.  If you're snuggled up next to the fireplace looking for a sweet, romantic holiday read, try The White Stag, available in a variety of ebook formats from the incomparable Dreamspinner Press.

The fantastic cover art is by Paul Richmond.  If you love it as much as I do, you can purchase a giclee or Christmas cards at Paul's online store.

Here's what it's about:  In the aftermath of September 11, a grief-stricken Joshua finds comfort and solace in the arms of a mysterious man who also lost someone that fateful day. Jude Balder, the son of a U.S. Senator and a well-known artist in his own right, is everything Joshua has ever wanted, except for the whole “religion thing.” Joshua is a Christian, and Jude... well, Jude is something else entirely, something abstract and scary and indefinable, something that is definitely not Christian. When Joshua receives an invitation to a Solstice/Christmas party thrown by Jude and his Senator mother a couple of years later, he's faced with a quandary: Should he worry about the dangerous allure of the unknown, or will he dare take the chance to bask in Jude’s undeniable perfection?

It's a sexy, romantic story with a touch of holiday magic.  I hope you enjoy it.

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