From The Ground Up
Hot Dam Homes Book 1
Always have an exit strategy. That’s how I’ve lived my life for ten years, and so far things are going just fine. I never get into a situation without knowing exactly how and when to get out. I don’t do commitments: not jobs, not social plans, and definitely not relationships. I learned the hard way how bad the alternative can be.
I’ve spent the last five years running from my loneliness, and I’ve done a damn fine job. Now I’m ready to put down roots and make a home for myself – somewhere other than Hollywood. I think I’ve found the right place, and I thought I found the right person. But I’m not sure I’m ready to burn all my bridges behind me, and I’m afraid that might be the only way I can prove how important he is to me.
From The Ground Up is a steamy M/M romance featuring hurt/comfort and sexual awakening themes. You’ll also find an A-list movie star, a sweet contractor, beautiful homes, loveable family members and of course, a happy ending. Book One of the Hot Dam Homes series.
When The Walls Come Down
Hot Dam Homes Book 2
It can be hard to connect with people when your brains works differently than most of the world. I’ve never had much luck finding anyone who wanted to stick around once they realized my autism comes with some baggage. But the sexy ER doctor seems to like me because I’m different, not in spite of it. He’s got baggage of his own though, and I’m not sure how we’re going to carry all of it.
I’m not programmed for love or relationships. A crappy childhood and other trauma taught me to never let anyone get too close, and I’ve never even been tempted to allow anyone past my defenses. My fun side project of renovating an old house seems like a great idea until I realize home renovations are a lot harder than they appear on TV. Things start looking up when I find Dylan and Hot Dam Homes, but I didn’t expect that while he was rebuilding my house, Dylan would be the first person who makes me want to take my walls down.
When The Walls Come Down is a steamy hurt/comfort MM romance. It features an autistic home renovation expert and a doctor scarred by a traumatic childhood. Two people who’ve always been outsiders figuring out how to let each other in.
Built To Last
Hot Dam Homes Book 3
I’ve been a serial dater forever, always on the lookout for The One, but I’m still alone at almost 40. When I get offered a job in California, I wonder if the universe is telling me it’s time to move on. When Tyler, my way-too-young-for-me co-worker ends up on the same job, renovating an isolated coastal resort, things get complicated. I can’t seem to stop thinking about him. Is he just my latest infatuation, or have I finally stumbled on something that could last?
Growing up with a mother who couldn’t stand on her own two feet taught me at a young age to never depend on anyone but myself. Even when I came back from the Army without my hearing, I pulled my life back together all on my own. But Sam Campbell is the most dependable person I’ve ever met, and when things with my mother take a turn for the worse, he wants to support me. I just don’t know if I can let him.
Built To Last is a steamy, age-gap, co-workers to lovers MM romance. Book Three of the Hot Dam Homes series.
An Unexpected Gift
A Hot Dam Homes Christmas Novella
Discovering you’re not as straight as you thought when you’re in your mid-forties is… well… interesting. But a one-night stand over a year ago turned my world upside down, and now I’m ready to explore that side of myself. But no matter who I date, no one compares to him.
I’m the party guy, always down for a good time with only one rule: I don’t do repeats. I knew right away, though, that one night with Matt would never be enough. But when I woke up, he was gone, and I can’t get him out of my head.
When we somehow end up trapped together during the blizzard of the century, over Christmas, I’m not sure if it’s a gift or a curse. Should I hold tight to the rule that’s kept my heart safe for years? Or does it mean something that we’ve found each other again after a night neither one of us could forget?