Yes! Took My Breath Away, 2nd in the All They Ever Needed series is now available! Are you as excited as I am?
Not only do I get to share with you the next part of Logan and Christian’s journey, but this is also the official start to the Took My Breath Away Book Blog Tour. (Try and say that fast.) You can win one of some amazing prizes by getting involved in the daily posts over the next two weeks! Every day I will post here and on the Book Tour page where that day’s post is. Make sure and visit each one, read more about Logan and Christian (or my bizarrness) and get your entry in daily.
In this book, their relationship takes a wonderful leap forward and they start moving from ‘spanking is exciting and turns me on’ to ‘what’s this domestic discipline stuff and how is it going to work for us’. Again, you won’t find a lot of angst in their relationship because the one thing I like is how strong they are together, but that doesn’t mean there isn’t any drama.
Cue the Mannettes, Logan’s father’s family. Okay, I’ll admit, I did have fun writing the stuffy, slightly over-the-top blue-bloods. And I did put Logan through hell. Don’t hurt me! It had to be that way. *grins* Just like Logan saved Christian in the first book. Christian has to save Logan in the second so they are on the right footing for the next one.
And just for fun, and because what the hell, I’m going to give you a look at Logan’s grandparents.
UPDATE (7/3/2018) Took My Breath Away was rewritten and republished by A Thia Thing in September 2017 – as such, the snippet could have changed.
While unhappy to be missing four weeks of Christian's company, Logan is thrilled to spend a month with his father's relatives in New York. A naturally gregarious individual, he’s used to winning people over and getting things right. Unfortunately the Mannettes are not what he expects and for the first time in his life, he doubts who he is.
Christian has regained some of his old self-esteem and is taking on new challenges. Besides growing in the relationship he has with Logan, he takes the time his boyfriend is away to learn more about domestic discipline. He learns a little online but it is Gregory, Logan's father, where he gains most of his information. Including the fact that his natural strength puts him in a position he doesn’t expect.
Logan hits rock bottom and Christian runs to the rescue. He saves Logan from New York, but puts their relationship in a new sort of peril. When the dust settles, who will be left on top?