I have a steamy new novel out on the 12th of October called The Glass Knot.
It's a menage a trois story, which as you all know is one of my favourite sub genres to write, but it is a bit different to my others, like Shared and Shared Too for example...
Shared and Shared Too are about two guys and a girl, the guys fall in love with Ariane and are more than happy to share her in every sense of the word, though they're not into each other physically, not one tiny bit. It's all about her!
But in The Glass Knot Josh and Nick are a happily married couple, and it's Laura who comes into their already established relationship, causing friction and upset and releasing a whole host of pent up needs and emotions.
I adored writing the male/male scenes in The Glass Knot, as well as delving deep into the heart of a marriage and exploring what makes it possible for another person to exist within those vows.
The dynamics between the three characters are complex, and individually they all have their own demons to face, but it was quite a ride to write and I did enjoy my time with Josh, Nick and Laura, I hope you will to.
The Glass Knot will be available on Amazon for Kindle, keep an eye on my blog for buy links tomorrow.
What’s a girl to do when the guy she falls for is married to another man?
This is exactly what happened to me. Seeing Josh Kendal stroll out of the Mediterranean Sea wearing tight navy swim trunks and looking like a hot new James Bond was a truly delicious moment. Catching sight of his wedding ring was like a kick in the shin and meeting his gorgeous husband, phew, that was enough to make any girl groan at the cruel joke God was playing on her.
But all was not as it seemed, and when Josh needed a woman to sort out a ‘delicate predicament’ I was the one for the job – heck, what did I have to lose? Certainly not as much as him, literally.
Trouble is, emotions always get tangled, loyalties can’t help but be divided and with a night of memories so hot they'd have the devil sweating, there was only one thing for it—it was time to get honest, fight for what I wanted despite society’s constraints and open my heart to the people it needed most.
Have a great day