I hope you're all doing well and that if you were in the path of Sandy that you are warm, safe, dry and have access to food and supplies. My prayers continue to go out to every person dealing with the aftermath.
I just wanted to hope on my blog and let you all know that my M/M Erotic Contemporary Romance, Playing Doctor, Ellora's Cave Spectrum is now available in print! Currently, it's available from Ellora's Cave Publishing, but in coming days it will also be available from major vendors such as Amazon.com and B&N. I'll be sure to post the links to Playing Doctor as soon as I have them.
For those unfamiliar with Playing Doctor, this story involves sports agent and business man, Alexander Grant, and the man he's been in love with since he was in high school, Ryan Hathaway. Terrible circumstances tore the two apart before they could act upon their feelings and it's taken years for both of them to heal.
One thing I'd like to stress is that it may be helpful to read or have read Quarterback Blitz, Ellora's Cave Sophisticate before Playing Doctor, as the two were introduced in Quarterback Blitz. Dr. Ryan Hathaway went a little quiet in Field of Play, but he returns in Ink Master, Ellora's Cave Taboo.
Here's the blurb:
When he was seventeen, Alexander fell in love with stable hand Ryan. But on the night they were going to have sex for the first time, Alex’s father drove a wedge between them that forced Ryan to flee to California. For years afterward, Alex hid his pain as a switch in a string of wild bisexual relationships. Now Alex has matured and become a powerful sports agent with a dark secret.
Dr. Ryan Hathaway spent years fulfilling his dream of being an orthopedic surgeon, sacrificing his relationship with Alex to get there. When an injured athlete brings the unrequited lovers together, their feelings return, stronger and hotter than ever. Even though Alex has broken his heart many times, Ryan, a Dom, vows to seduce his man once and for all. Nothing—not Alex’s physical and emotional scars, or Alex’s closed-minded father’s illness—will keep Ryan from collaring the only man he has ever loved.