Every once in a while, you get surprised by a review. Eleanor and I were ecstatic when Jessewave loved The Moon’s Dirty Light when it was first published. Since I knew Wave wasn’t really into paranormal stories, to get a 4.5 star review was a big deal to us and we celebrated.
Fast forward a few years later, and the sequel to that book is out. Nakin1978 at Gay Book Reviews (the new name of Reviews by Jessewave), gave Beneath the 13th Moon a FIVE star review HERE. Again, we are utterly thrilled and thank Nakin for taking the time to read our book and review it.
Eleanor and I are really proud of this series, Werewolves of Baltimore. We’ve tried to keep it light, poking fun at all the werewolves tropes in this genre, while building the relationship between Dylan and Logan (the protagonists in the first book). The third book, A Dean Man’s Moon will hopefully be done by the end of the year and resolve the underlying subplot that has been woven through the trilogy. Keep checking back for updates!
Let’s start the day off right! First, my new story, Hand-to-Hand (Wet SEAL #1) featured in the Uniform: A Man in Uniform Bundle is out today and available for purchase at Amazon, ARe and Smashwords for the CyberMonday sale price of $2.99.
Second, Hand-to-Hand got FOUR out of five stars at GayBook Reviews. Thank you, Gigi!
Third, to celebrate our new release, I’m lowering the price of Suck This, Neil Patrick Harris to $.99 for the ENTIRE month of December. Happy Holidays!
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“I really enjoyed this book! The whole world, with the Vamp and Were Councils and the peace treaty between the species, was classic paranormal fare…the book didn’t take itself too seriously. It was fun, funny and sexy as anything! Go. Buy the Book. You”ll love it!”
Sue and I received a lovely review on “In the Name of the Law” from A Bear on Books review site.
Tom said: “Probably my favorite of the stories. Ms. Holston gives us a hard premise – one secret crush and one straight man. So many things could have gone wrong here, but her strong hand kept the story moving, believable, and interesting. Mitch is Everyman, but a hero too. Bravo!”
You can buy the His Hero anthology on Amazon in print HERE.