Just a quick note as we wind down the Hero’s Blog Hop — Thanks, ya’ll! You guys are just wonderful! I hope you have found lots of new writers to follow. This week I’ll be receiving printed copies of my first ‘big’ book, Trapper and Emmeline. I’m so excited it that I’m giving away three paper copies rather than the single one I had planned. Everybody, best of luck in the Hero’s Blog Hop grand prize (I’m approving your comments as quickly as I can from work. Nobody has forgotten to yet, but just remember to leave your email address in the comment so you can be entered)!
Welcome to the Hero’s Blog Hop, in which we write a post from the POV of one of our heros! (Prizes and other links are at the bottom of this post.)
Today I sit down with Gilleathain Lachlainn Ceannaideach, of the Clan MacGillivray—or Gael, if you’re not a masochist—to see what makes him tick.
The story is Yellow Summer (publishing soon!), and Gael is the proprietor of Club Kind, a plucky young fetish club trying to establish itself in a rough Chicago university neighborhood.
Our heroine, Lanna, gets a job at Club Kind and trains to be the Bathroom Girl. Along the way she finds inner peace, outer strength, and an unlikely love with our damaged hero.
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