I’ve seen this little teacup icon around the traps but I never thought I’d get one myself. But I’m happy to say that True Blue (which released on Friday and I totally forgot to blog it) has been awarded my very first teacup! I’m going to call it a coffee cup though, because I don’t drink tea regularly enough and I’m pretty sure my coffee intake would stand up to any author’s scrutiny.
Anyway, here’s the blog post I should have done on Friday! Don’t forget to give the cover some love. ❤
When being true to yourself means denial is no longer an option.
On the heels of a tragedy, Brandon White shaved his hair, adorned his body with tattoos, and concentrated on his attraction to the opposite sex. Fifteen years later, Brandon is a protective son and a loyal and respected member of the San Francisco Fire Department, bedding anything in a skirt that promises not to stick around afterward.
When his past and present collide in his dreams—including his best friend and fellow fireman, Mason—Brandon knows things are never going to be the same again. He starts to recall that fateful day years before, and the long-forgotten feelings that preceded it. The most important thing he remembers—he’s not as straight as he’d thought.
With help, Brandon learns to accept who he was always meant to be. But when tragedy strikes again, Brandon must reconcile his past and present and deal with his grief if he is to ever be true, not only to himself, but to Mason as well.
**This can be read as a standalone, however it is best enjoyed after reading the first two stories as side characters play a major role.**