Get ’em while they’re hot! All four Indigo Knights stories in one purchase.
Look for the Indigo Knights in e-boxed set on July 5th from Loose Id.
I’ve got a post over on Elisa’s review blog as part of a GRL author blog tour. Talking about inspiration, Heaven Sent and the Indigo Knights.
If you comment on the post between now and September 15, you’ll earn a chance to win a $10 Loose Id gift certificate.
Released September 16, 2014 from Loose Id
Donny “Foxy” Foxley is hot. Noble knows it. All those screaming teen girls know it. And so does the production company with their millions staked on the teen idol’s dreamy good looks.
So when the supposedly straight movie star comes onto him, Noble is floored. Never one to ignore the allure of a pretty young man, Noble can’t resist and doesn’t even try. Why should he? Even if it has to be a secret, he’d be crazy to pass up a night of sexytimes with the one man everyone wants.
But one night turns into two, then blossoms into a friendship with the potential for so much more. If that’s what Noble was after, which he’s not. But Foxy gets under Noble’s skin until he cares way too much. Because there can never be anything but sex between them. To the world, Foxy is straight and Noble is anything but.
© 2014 Jet Mykles, all rights reserved
Noble gave thought to waiting until the next day to call, but his resistance just wasn’t that good. He called when he was finally alone in his room. He hadn’t even taken off his shoes yet, but he was dying to know what Foxy wanted. It could be nothing. Could be that he just wanted to hook up for tickets. Could be he wanted to introduce Noble to one of his gay friends. Could be he wanted Noble to come back and teach him the joys of giving a blowjob. The possibilities were far too intriguing.
“Hi.” Foxy’s voice was breathless, barely audible. “Hold on a sec.” The murmur of Foxy’s voice suggested he was talking to someone else.
Noble smiled in amusement as he sat on the love seat to remove his shoes. Only a single lamp was on, but the one big window let in plenty of moon and city light for a cozy blue-white haze that Noble loved. He had both shoes off and had propped his socked feet up on the low coffee table before the talking stopped and what sounded like a door closed.
“Hi.” Foxy’s voice was normal this time. “Noble?”
“That would be me.”
“Hey. I was hoping you’d call.”
“You slip a card in my pocket all secret-like. How can I not call?” Continue reading
Yes, indeed, I have been writing. Surprise surprise!
First, I’ve turned in Indigo Knights 4: Noble. It’s actually due out in September from Loose Id. It’s even got a page in the Coming Soon already. So that’s cool. Updates on that should be coming in soon.
I’m currently writing book three in the Reindeer Games series. Because now that there’ll be three books, it’s a series.
So I am working, dear readers. I wholeheartedly apologize for the long wait between books lately. Real Life is a bitch. I will try and beat it down some more in the future.
Looks like it’s live. Hope you like it.
Tuesday’s the big day! Lance and Gordon see the light of day.
I’m trying my hand at a FaceBook event on the 3rd to celebrate. I can’t be there all day but I’ll check in as often as I can.
There’ll be a new post on that day that you can comment on to win a $10 gift certificate to Amazon or ARe.
Release June 3, 2014 from Loose Id
Lance and Gordon have had a hard time. This book shows both the past and present of their rocky relationship.
Years ago Lance and Gordon fell in love when the bass player and band manager were part of The Might. The band was led by a rich, self important genius and everything was just great as long as no one rocked the boat. But Gordon chafed in the restrictive atmosphere and Lance was too laid back to test any boundaries. Gordon pushed for more; Lance fought any change. The final straw came when Lance acted out by sleeping with someone else. That was it. Gordon broke it off and was gone.
Now, Gordon’s invited Lance to join the Indigo Knights, a new band he’s managing. He’s made it clear that this is business only and that they’re not going to rekindle the flames of their past. But Lance has been so hung up on Gordon that he’s been celibate all this time. He wants no one else. He regrets how things ended, but he’s never had the chance to try to make amends.
This is his only chance. Can Lance convince Gordon to trust him again?
©2014 Jet Mykles, all rights reserved
“Here we are,” Lance announced as he turned the car in to a tiny parking lot outside a nondescript brick building. There was no sign on the door or any indication of what might be inside. He’d had to punch in a code for the gate to the chain-link fence that was now closing behind him, and only the number above the door told him they were in the right place. A dusty blue truck was parked to the right, with a gray Mercedes and a black Corvette to the left. Outside, warm sun failed to brighten the industrial setting as cars rushed by on the busy street.
Noble didn’t make a move to get out of the car once Lance had turned the key. “You sure this is it?”
“You’re the one with the directions.”
“Yeah, but…” Bangles clacked on Noble’s wrist as he waved at the building.
Lance indicated the Corvette and Mercedes. “Someone inside’s got money.”
Noble considered the cars, brushing bright green bangs out of his eyes. “Yeah. I guess so.” Decision made, he tossed the paper with the directions and the gate code over his shoulder into the backseat, then reached up to drop his sunglasses over his eyes. “Okay. Let’s do this.” Continue reading