Monday, January 3, 2011

Happy New Year!

Jaxx Steele here drama free and ready to roll into 2011 full speed ahead!
I have every intention on keeping up with this blog this year. I know I slipped in the past. My only excuse is that I just got too busy to commit and that's a lame excuse. Therefore, it is a new day and I have new tactics in place! I am back to stay Jaxx Steele readers!
Here's how I'm kick starting this year:
January 2011:
Sadly I have nothing coming out in Janusry, but feel free to check out my end of the year releases!

October 2010:

Indian Blood Moon
available at Phaze
Small town reporter Dante Tyler lives his mundane life wishing for something more. When he was sent to cover a Halloween party for his newspaper he finds that the most horrible encounter of his life turns out to be the best thing that ever happened to him.

November 2010:
Healing the Beast Within:
available at Phaze
Cursed for a crime he did not commit, Keith Turner had given up on love. Even after making that decision, he still spent every night being tortured. His brother Kevin was confident that they could find a way to break the curse, but it wasn’t until Keith met Marcello that he ever took Kevin’s ideas to heart.

December 2010:
Christmas Nick for Everyone:
available at Phaze
It was Christmas time again and Evan was celebrating the same ole way. Not hanging with the fellas or enjoying a secret Santa exchange at a party, but back at his sister’s house. This year, however, would be a little different for Evan. This year he would learn that being a Good Samaritan had tangible benefits as well.

The Gift that keeps on Giving:
available at Red Rose Publishing
Lovell Johnston was home for the holidays when he met Avery Lockhart. He had made up his mind a long time ago that when he got into another relationship it was going to last. Avery was perfect for him everything he could ask for in a man. He was handsome, educated, sexy, available and totally interested in him. The only thing was Lovell lived in the city and Avery lived in his home town. Would the distance and fear of being a holiday booty call be enough to keep them apart when all they wanted to do was be together?

February 2011:

Marked for Life
coming to Silver Publishing
Victor Bradley was raised by a tree sprite after the death of his parents. When he became an adult he moved to the city, but the pull of the forest never left his heart. He took a leave of absence to take care of the only mother he ever knew, but was it his concern for her that brought him back to the forest or was it fate?

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