Discovery, Book One of Drakyl Ranch, came out in September 2015. I had the full synopsis for the series done way before that, but I was still writing by the seat of my pants at the time, which created tons of books that never went beyond a certain point. However, now that I’m plotting each story, the writing goes much smoother. So I’m working on the rest of the Drakyl Ranch series. As such, I thought jump starting it with a new book in February and new covers seemed apropos. (You won’t have to wait 3.5 years for book three. It’s in the works)
Check out the new cover for Discovery. Next week, I’ll show off the cover for Duty, Book Two, which comes out February 21st.
Living in Montana and working the ranch is all Aaron wants to do for the rest of his life. Diagnosed as allergic to the sun thirteen years previous, every day is a struggle to get out of bed. Having to wear long-sleeved shirts, gloves, and even material to cover his face from the effects of the sun, just makes it all worse. Now, in his thirty-second year, he is sure this will be his last summer. While he hates it, he knows he needs to come to terms with the truth and put things in order for his younger cousins. Before he does so, he heads out for one night of pleasure before facing what’s coming.
Jaret loves excitement and new adventures. For over five hundred years, he has sought them out. In Montana on a whim, he comes across someone he doesn’t expect, someone who makes him feel things he does not understand and does not want to give up. In no time at all, he feels like he cannot live without Aaron. The only problem is Aaron doesn’t know who he is, what he is, nor that he isn’t going to die. Not on Jaret’s watch. With a plan to help the other man discover who he is in place, he only has one thing to worry about: whether an ancient enemy will come and destroy everything he now holds dear.
Warning: This book is a paranormal m/m romance with some horror elements. It also crosses cowboy and vampire genres. If you don’t think cowboys look hot with fangs, you’re missing out.