Coming Soon: Setting The Trap

Coming in April from Breathless Press

Setting the Trap

"I’m not the kind of guy who lets someone else control my life, Jesse."

As much as Jay has come to care for Drake Fallon, he can't let go of the bitter emotions aroused by seeing his twin with someone else. He knows his jealousy isn't rational, but can't dismiss it either.
Jesse isn't in any hurry. He feels what the three of them have is worth taking the time to figure out. Learning to be together, getting used to a relationship between the three of them can only lead to a stronger, more solid relationship. 
Drake's tired of feeling like an outsider, like an interloper though. He wants in. He wants to be trusted, to be loved for who he is, just as he loves the twins for who they are.
It all hinges on Jay's ability accept someone else in Jesse's heart, something he doesn’t seem to handle very well.
Until a work related injury leads Drake to issue an ultimatum that forces Jesse to choose a side. Then, it's an all-out struggle for power that could make or break this fragile relationship. 


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A Rake in London

Book One: The Aristocrat and His Servant

Gavin, Baron Stephenson is an aristocrat accustomed to taking his pleasures where he will, but he always comes home to his oldest friend, his dearest lover, his servant Marcus.


  1. Waiting for book two of a Rake in London!! Setting the trap looks good too.

  2. Hey, Cathy

    Book 2 of A Rake in London is called A Debt of Honor: Collected and its available now at Amazon, ARE, & Barnes and Noble.

  3. Ah ha! I knew Jay was going to have trouble with this relationship. Jealousy is a killer. Anxious to see how it all works out for them. (Happily, I hope!)

  4. It's to be expected, and we'll see in a month or so how it turns out!

  5. Lee, do you have a excerpt for Setting the Trap?

  6. Lee, do you have a excerpt for Setting the Trap?


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To be nobody but yourself in a world which is doing its best, night and day, to make you everybody else means to fight the hardest battle which any human being can fight; and never stop fighting. ~e.e. cummings, 1955