Saturday, February 26, 2011


It's nice to know that after almost twenty years with my partner, we're still in sync.

We spent the afternoon in bed.

It's true!

We were at the Sleep Number Bed Store, but we were still in bed together. And we moved in unison! The bed went up and down, and down and up. All we had to do was push the button on the remote control.

Hmmm. You're groaning

I know, but it was too good an opportunity to pass on. :)


Saturday, February 12, 2011

Available now! December Promise

February 12, 2011

New releases are a lot of fun - and hard work. For you newbies and aspiring-to-be-published writers out there, the work doesn't end when you type THE END. It begins. No one, and I mean no one, will promote your book as hard as you do. So roll up your sleeves and start designing your new release checklist.


Now this is one rockin' cover. Maybe I should shut up about the cover since I picked the photo for this one, but hey. I love, love, love the colors. And what Trace did with adding the characters is simply purr-fect. So without more gabbing, here's the promo for my newest release, December Promise.

**update - this is the new cover 6/4/2016**

December Promise
Contemporary gay romance
More info at

Paul Macy moved heaven and earth to get a reluctant Lee Kendall for his college roommate. Giving up his free-and-easy lifestyle for the sexy new guy on campus had been the easiest decision Paul had ever made. Walking away from Lee, however, had been the hardest.

Now, years later, Lee Kendall’s made it to the top of his field by working hard, and playing harder in the right circles. Yet he has also come to realize that success is empty when you have no one with whom to celebrate it. But as luck would have it, an invitation to visit his alma mater brings Lee face-to-face with his first lover, and a chance for the reconciliation he never thought possible.

The sparks fly when Paul and Lee reunite, fulfilling long-denied dreams for both men. But passion isn’t a pledge, and it takes more than promises made in the dark to forge a shared future between two lonely hearts...

INTRO: (from Lee's POV)

Did he seek closure, or renewal?

"Why don’t we ask the concierge to suggest a place? I drove in, so we can take my car and go the long way around. Maybe drive up to the overlook, and check out what’s new in the view.”

Paul tapped his coffee cup to Lee’s. “I like that idea.”

Lee downed the dregs of the lukewarm liquid in his cup. Damn, contact with foam containers made coffee taste nasty. His memory came alive with recollections of how a younger Paul’s skin tasted. Would it have the same musky sweetness now? He had to get his mind off sex before he got hard.

It was too late to recall the thought. Goose bumps prickled over his thighs and belly. His cock pulsed, lengthened. He hoped Paul wouldn’t notice, but he knew better.

Paul uncurled his long frame to gracefully roll to his feet in a display of controlled strength. He held out his hand to Lee.

Lee didn’t hesitate to reach out and wrap his fingers around his ex-lover’s. Paul pulled him to his feet. Standing so close to him, face-to-face inside the aura of heat and scent, the buried sorrow of all the lost years vanished. His inaction had created the worst mistake of his life – he’d allowed Paul to walk away.

Just two short weeks ago he’d counseled a friend to follow his heart. Now he had the chance to follow his, if he were brave enough.

His chin lifted as he gazed into Paul’s blue eyes. There were so many things he wanted to say, but only one seemed relevant.

“I’ve missed you, Paul.”

EXCERPT: (from Paul's POV)

Quick as lightning, Paul wrapped his arms around Lee. Desire, swift and sweet, swept through him, jumbling his memories, as Lee’s mouth moved over his. His lips opened, and Lee’s tongue licked into his as he backed Paul against the car. His cock responded, swelling rapidly as a delicious urgency seized him. He inhaled sharply, and Lee’s spicy scent exploded in his memory, refreshed, better now for holding him again. Paul stroked his lover’s back, his hands going down to cup Lee’s firm ass. Lee pressed closer and flexed his pelvis to his. Paul gripped tighter, needing to feel every inch of the steel rod rubbing against his.

This was nuts. They couldn’t just pick up where they’d left off. Could they?
Nothing had changed. They lived on separate coasts. They’d made separate lives. It should be easy to stop kissing him and explain why this was a bad idea, and friendship was the best they should hope for. He spun Lee around and slammed him flat to the car door.

Paul shivered as Lee yanked his shirttail out of his jeans, his hot palms sliding across the planes of his chest. Paul made a sound of encouragement as Lee’s finger teased his left nipple. Trust Lee to remember how he loved to have his nips touched. He thrust his tongue into Lee’s mouth. Lee pushed against him, breaking off the heated kiss.

“Hey, easy. We need to cool down a bit.”

Paul grabbed at him, but Lee gently swatted his hands away. “I mean it, Paul.”

Behind him, people spoke. A car engine started. He shivered as the testosterone haze cleared. Lee smiled crookedly at him.

“Best we not get tossed onto the street for lewd and obscene behavior.”
He was right. Paul took a deep breath and tried to ignore the tightness in his balls. Thank heavens Lee had his wits about him. “So you think me going to my knees in the parking garage would be a bit much?”

Lee chuckled. “Uh-huh. I think the state still has laws against it.”

“I’ll do it, you know.”

“And I’ll let you, you know.”

Paul’s heart did a little dance in his chest. His stomach fluttered, swirling cold, then flaring red-hot. “Don’t say that if you don’t meant it, Lee.”

“I do mean it. Now why don’t we find some food, and think about how big a mistake we’re about to make?”

“Are you going to smirk at me?”

Dark brows knit together, Lee tilted his head. “Why would I…?”

His voice tailed off as Paul dipped a hand down the front of his jeans and settled his genitals to a more comfortable position before he tucked his shirttail in. Amusement sparkled in his eyes, turning them bright silver in the overhead lighting. He shrugged, and it was Paul’s turn to laugh as Lee made a like adjustment. Paul risked giving Lee another quick kiss before opening the car door.

“I’ll behave now.”

Lee patted his ass on the way to the other side of the car. “Tell me another one, Racy Macy.”

“Oh, geez.” Paul dropped into the passenger seat and fastened the seat belt. “I always hated it when you called me that.” Lee closed his door and walked around to the driver’s side and got it.

“No you didn’t hate it.” Lee stuck the key in the ignition and turned the switch. “You liked it, runner-boy.”

He had, when Lee called him that. When other guys used it, the underlying affection wasn’t there. Paul remained silent as Lee skillfully maneuvered the car out of the parking garage and merged with the street traffic.

“We’ve never been in a car alone together before.”

“We were on the bus one night, just the two of us.” Lee changed lanes. “I’m starving. I need more than pizza. I saw one of those chain steak houses on the way into town. Are you good with that?”

“The bus doesn’t count because of the driver, and ‘yes’ on the restaurant.”

Lord, the night on the bus. How long had it been since he’d thought about that ride? The bus driver knew there was hanky-panky going on in the last row, and cut the interior lights. Paul had kept telling Lee to stop, that the lights could come back on at any second. Lee refused, and stroked him until he almost came, then refused to finish him off until they were locked in their dorm room.

The driver gave them a stern warning as they disembarked, but Paul never shook the impression they’d amused the fellow. He squirmed in his seat as his dick rose again, and he cast a surreptitious glance at Lee.

Great. The man knew what was going on in his pants...


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Sunday, February 6, 2011

The Daily Horoscope - say what?

February 6, 2011

Someone needs to speak out before the whole group disintegrates -- and it almost certainly has to be you. Take a deep breath and start telling the truth, as that is the kindest thing you can do right now.

So that's the Gemini horoscope for today, and as usual, it's a bit confusing. What group? I'm in a lot of groups. Am I supposed to go spout off at all of them? I do not have the energy for that.

Besides - I've got a story to finish writing.

Friday, February 4, 2011

January 2011 Amber Allure Top Ten List - and a little more

February 4, 2011 

 Congratulations to all those at Amber Quill with January 2011 book releases! New releases are always fun - and a lot of work. I've been so very fortunate so far in that all my new releases have made the Amber Allure top ten list, but I think it's a shame EVERYONE can't be on a list somewhere when then they have a new book. Writing is hard work, you know. While I didn't have a new book at Amber Allure in January, I do have one coming in February and one in March! It would be nice to always, always, always space them out perfectly, but that rarely happens. You learn to go with the flow in this biz. So enough KC babbling. I need to complete this post before the CEO realizes that there's more happening at my desk than my lunch. 

Without further ado, here's the January 2011 Top Ten at Amber Allure, and my Honorable Mention list. Special congrats to T.A. Chase for having two books on the list. 

 AMBER ALLURE / January 2011 

1. Voice For The Silent - T. A. Chase (Gay / Contemporary) 

2. Gambling On Maybe - Fae Sutherland (Gay / Contemporary) 

3. Pulling Apart - Shawn Lane (Gay / Contemporary) 

4. (Boys Of The Zodiac) Aquarius: He Said, He Said - Jamie Craig (Gay / Contemporary) 

5. Cherished Displacement - D. J. Manly (Gay / Time Travel)

 6. Canine TLC - Deirdre O'Dare (Gay / Contemporary)

 7. I'll Run Away For The Holidays - Stephani Hecht (Gay / Contemporary) 

8. Shades Of Dreams - T. A. Chase (Gay / Contemporary) 

9. Night Train To New Orleans - Carolina Valdez (Gay / Vampire) 

10. Thigh To Thigh - Angelia Sparrow & Naomi Brooks (Gay / Contemporary) A

lso on my Honorable Mention list with January AQP releases are: Darcy Arbriel: Deadeye 

Victor J. Banis: The Immortals 

 Anne Brook:Brady's Choice 

Rick R. Reed: Speed Demon 

 And over at Amber Heat: 

 Trixie Stilletto: The Peter Heater 

Rayne Forrest: Step Into Tomorrow 

 Congrats to all. If I missed anyone, I'll accept lashes with the wet noodle even though leaving you off the list was not intentional. 

 Until next time! KC


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