Member’s Choice Awards

The 5th Annual M/M Romance Group Member’s Choice Awards has begun. Once again readers can nominate their favorite books which have been published between November 1st 2014 and October 31st 2015 for inclusion in numerous categories.

I’m very happy to announce that Top Floor, the free 1920’s Historical I wrote for the Love is an Open Road event, was nominated for the Best Love is an Open Road category and Best Historical. I’m thankful to the people who loved the story so much they nominated it. I’m proud of it too and I’ll have badges to show off the nominations once they’re made.

In the meantime if you’d like to participate you can go here and find the information you’ll need to submit a nomination.

If you haven’t read Top Floor yet, it’s FREE to read and can be downloaded here in various formats. If you’d like to look at the Pinterest board I created for it, you can find that at Pinterest.

I’ll leave you with the blurb and cover, which I created, and which I love. I think the cover conveys the feel of the 1920’s and the wealth of Harrison Devaux.


At the age of sixteen, Sean O’Reilly started over in America after the influenza epidemic of 1919 killed his entire family back in Ireland. It has taken three years, but he’s built a new life for himself in Manhattan, rising from Bell Hop to Room Service Boy at the Astraea, a hotel for the wealthy. He loves his job, and life is good, until the fateful day his manager discovers a secret— a secret that could ruin Sean and everything he’s worked for.

Among the richest men in New York City, one Harrison Devaux, a cranky recluse, keeps secrets of his own in the penthouse of the Astraea. No one knows why he never leaves his suite, but rumors circulate about his constant state of drunkenness and his willy-nilly firing of employees.

Sean is assigned to attend Mr. Devaux, and events don’t go well when the two men first meet. But Sean soon finds out that Mr. Devaux isn’t exactly as the rumors portrayed. Maybe a Room Service Boy and a billionaire businessman have more in common than one might expect.


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