This is going to be a short blog post. It’s just too dang hot here, and my motivation has plummeted as the temperature soars.
I don’t watch a lot of network TV but I love mysteries and try to watch all the BBC productions. I’d say Dr. Watson is one of my favorite sidekicks – droll humor, puts up with the arrogant jerk and hold his own when he needs to, and will do anything to help out Sherlock because he’s a friend. He has shown that he will also kill if it’s to save Sherlock. And, he’s a thrill seeker and lives for the hunt, so he is no slouch. Some times a sentimental fool, he’s a perfect sidekick for the calculating, emotionless Sherlock.
That’s about why I love him.
Once Viki Lyn wrote her first male/male romance, she was hooked. Now she gets to write about two sexy men as heroes instead of one.
What inspires – the reality that romance between lovers is a hope more than a guarantee. Her stories are sexy, but it’s always romance that drives the story to its final happily-ever-after.
Viki has worn many hats, working in corporate finance to owning her own art gallery, but writing has been a long lasting passion.
Thou shall not kill.
For archangel Razi-el, he had no choice. He would break God’s commandment again if it were to save Uri-el from a demon’s talons. Yet even God’s most trusted archangel cannot avoid punishment. No longer Razi-el, he is now Izar, a Protector sworn to kill for the angels.
When a Protector kills an angel, Izar is summoned to work alongside Uri-el to capture the killer. Izar is shocked when his bloodlust spikes hot for the archangel. He knows better than to go after forbidden fruit. Refusing to give in to temptation, he ignores his body’s tempestuous arousal for Uri-el until a heated argument turns his blood into molten lust.
As they rush to find the killer, their passion plays into the demon’s plan. Izar will have to make a choice between life and death if he is to save Uri-el again.