And I’ve got another cover reveal for you. As it’s on its own, it gets its own post. Last August, a short story I titled Everyday Miracles was part of the One Pulse Anthology put out by Dreamspinner Press to aid the victims of the Orlando tragedy. That story fueled me and Light in the Dark Night was the result. As it’s inspirational fiction, I am putting it out under the name Bree Cariad.
It will also be on my online store on its PreRelease date so you could purchase & download it a month before its general release. For that month it will either have a discounted price or have extras added on that will not be available elsewhere.
Reverend Jonathon Neiland gets his wish a decade in the making and finally the Paul D. Regelo Center for LGBT Youth is up and running. He knows things will never be easy, but then he never expects them to be. All he asks is that the Lord be on his side while he takes care of his kids.
Court Brecker has been through his own brand of hell and strives every day to be the best he can be, but he never expects to find a runaway on the streets, nor to take him to Jonathon’s center. Never one to get in too deep with anyone or anything, to his surprise he finds himself enjoying his time both with Aiden and Jonathon. They develop a deep friendship and for the first time in his life, he has someone to rely on who also relies on him.
While Brecker tries to understand the new feelings he’s battling, Jonathon runs into more and more stress, especially when Aiden is removed from the shelter forcefully. He’s never doubted that the Lord has a plan for them and when they are attacked from without and everything seems dark, He opens the door to show them the light.