Time to Go Balls to the Wall! New VOLLEY BALLS Cover Reveal!
Hi. We’re going back to my roots. The very first year I was a fiction writer, I received an invitation to submit a story for a series related to the beach. I was excited and a super novice, but I came up with a story about a guy in Laguna Beach, CA. (where I lived at the time) who owned an art gallery and had a love of alpha males – a love that had gotten him into such terrible trouble that he’d ended up with an abusive boyfriend and had to take out a restraining order on him. On the beach, my hero, David, see two gorgeous young volleyball players and one of them yells at him for ogling them. Then he meets one of the guys who turns out to be not at all what he seems, and the fun begins.
I started out calling the book David and Gareth and Goliath, but I never much liked that title. As I finished the book, I thought, What if I just separate the Volley and the Balls? Boy am I glad I did, because Volley Balls has gone on to become book one in a seven book series known everywhere as Balls to the Wall.
Since the book was first written and did quite well that first published year, it’s been almost doubled in size and was one of Amazon’s bestselling gay romances back in 2012. Today, I’m happy to tell you that it will be released on April 7th and, for the first time, will be available for free in KU. Of course, the other six books will be following after in the weeks to come.
So if you read Volley Balls in 2011 or if you’ve never read it, the new book will be quite different, so grab it and find out what all the shouting is about.
Despite just getting out of an abusive relationship with an asshole alpha, David Underwood’s wandering glance lands on two hot members of the Australian volleyball team on Laguna Beach and gets him harassed again. Still, when the delicious Gareth Marshall proves his interest by coming out to his team, David succumbs to his attraction. But Gareth’s volleyball partner, Edge, who’s equally hot, makes the lovers’ lives miserable.
For Gareth, a lifetime of hiding his orientation—and his attraction—from his best friend, Edge, as well as everyone else around him, adds up to hurt and frustration. David’s the first man to ever compete with Edge for Gareth’s passion. But Edge has secrets of his own, and David’s ex-lover will never be happy without David under his fist. With everything stacked against him, can a gay Laguna man find happiness with an alpha male–or two?