LRC Cafe Best of 2013 nominations this year!

Jan 22, 2014 by

Normally I don’t ask for votes, because I never get nominated for anything, but I finally got nominated for something! Two nominations for the LRC Cafe Best of 2013 Awards. I didn’t even read the posts when they came out, because I had no idea any of my titles might be listed. I’m not actually asking now, just putting it out there. If you care to vote, I would be very grateful for your support. Voting runs from Jan 20 to Jan 24 (Eastern time US). Links to the polls are below. You will need to be a member of the LRC Yahoo Group to cast a vote.


I was surprised and thrilled when a reader told me that my Precious Gems series with Dreamspinner Press was nominated for Best Series of 2013. If you’ve read and enjoyed it, I would appreciate your vote. If you haven’t read any of the books, it’s best described as Indiana Jones meets Romancing the Stone–only gayer. It’s a fun adventure/mystery/romantic suspense series.


The poll is on the LRC Yahoo Group:

More about the Precious Gems Series Rarer Than Rubies, Italian Ice and Jaded. Available from Amazon, Dreamspinner Press and other distributors.

Snow Job by EM Lynley I was also lucky enough to also be nominated in the YA/New Adult Category for my holiday novella SNOW JOB, my very first Loose Id title. So if you don’t already have a favorite in that category, please consider voting for my book.

Here’s the blurb: Two weeks in a remote mountain cabin with his hunk of a jock college roommate Monty Jameson has Zack Gregory hot under the collar in all the wrong ways. Truth is, Zack would rather be almost anywhere else, but it’s his only option if he’s to finish a project he needs to graduate from the University of Washington. Even worse, the nearest town is a faux-Bavarian village that looks like someone poured a snowglobe out on the eastern Cascades.

Late-night fantasies aside, Zack’s no fan of manslut Monty, preferring his men with virtues that are more than skin-deep. A few days into their retreat, Monty’s raw sexuality and flirtatiousness has Zack questioning his resolve. The idyllic setting is Zack’s Christmas fantasy come true, and even the splashy village eventually works its charm on him. Then when the cabin’s power goes out and Monty lays himself bare–in every way imaginable and then some–Zack sees a whole new set of possibilities. But will falling for Monty make the best Christmas ever, or is Zack just getting snowed?


Thank you very much for your support.

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