As I’m lucky enough to do sometimes here on sewhitebooks, I get to welcome an author with a newly released book today. Say hello to fellow eXtasy Books author, Deja Black!
Deja’s latest release is available and it promises to be a red-hot read. If you’re looking for these themes in your book, Deja will deliver: Erotic Romance, Fantasy, Urban & Magical Beings, Gaylit, Paranormal, Shifters
A traveling nurse who doesn’t mind a little fun. A griffin who’s not playing around.
Gentry Red Redmond gave up on finding a mate. It turns out the one he needed just didn’t come in the package he was used to hunting.
Sebastian Del Marco, a traveling nurse, wants to be loved, but he’s afraid to trust. Instead of relationships, he’s been willing to accept just having fun.
Once Red realizes Sebastian is just the mate he needs, can he convince Sebastian to take a chance on love?
Not convinced yet? How about an exclusive excerpt
“Hi, I’m Sebastian,” his table partner said with his hand sticking out.
Red didn’t care what the guy’s name was. He wanted to get this training finished. A getting-to-know-you session wasn’t on that list. But his mama hadn’t raised him to be disrespectful.
He shook the man’s hand. “Red.”
“Oh, but the instructor said your name was Gentry Redmond when he went through the list at the check-in. I guess you prefer Red.”
Whiskey brown eyes that Red wasn’t noticing at all gazed at him expectantly, and without fail, Red followed through.
There, two words. That ought to end it.
“Well, I bet until people learn your last name, they probably think the reason is because of that gorgeous red hair of yours.” Sebastian laughed
The sound slid down Red’s spine and raced over his nerve endings. The effect touched his beast, and it stirred.
What the hell?
“Huh,” was Red’s stellar response.
Was the flirty guy wearing lip gloss? His lips were wet and plump.
Kissable, if a body liked kissing a man.
“Well, my name is Sebastian Del Marco. I’m a traveling nurse. What about you?”
“Architect,” Red answered.
When exactly was this training supposed to start?
“Okay, you build. I heal. It could almost rhyme if you stretched it out a bit.” The man almost danced, gesturing along with his observation.
“So, where you from?” Sebastian asked.
What the hell kind of name is that anyway? Who willingly names their son Sebastian? Should have called him Flirty. The guy had been talking non-stop so far, chatting Red up. The room wasn’t a club, and Red wasn’t interested in men, human or not, no matter what his griffin thought. He was barely interested in women.
Hell, Red didn’t have the time, with his business increasing. People were interested in building houses. He was interested in getting paid to create them. Being an architect provided a roof over his head and gave him his new truck. His main focus was to be there for his family, help out on the farm, and give his dad solid peace of mind.
Having sex with anyone is the furthest thing from my mind right now. Hang out with the guys? Yes. Do one? No.
He was surprised to learn Flirty was a nurse. The guy would make a hell of a reporter. Maybe one of those entertainment news people the way the questions kept peppering him, seasoning him up with his who, what, when, and where’s.
He had to admit that Flirty was a nice-looking guy if someone were checking him out—dark-haired, dark brown eyes, and fit. Seemed to love color and things that sparkled . . .
Deja Black had fantasies of men loving men who felt strongly, loved hard, and needed a hero. Then one great day, she came across a book and discovered the world of m/m writing, encountered others who shared her obsession as much as she did, and found a world where she could not only be accepted for the lives and loves she envisioned, but she could create them too. So why not? Why not take the stories she would write and throw away as a teenager, grow them, dream them, and make them a reality where she could let them live their story and make them real for someone else? And she did. Now, with the support of her hubby and some intense time management, she is learning to balance her family of two energetic children at home, along with the many students she counsels every day, as well as her passion for writing what she loves to read. Oh, and did you know she has two beautiful frogs now? Life is full of surprises.