Monday, 9 February 2015

A New Man by P D Singer

Author Name: P.D. Singer

Author Bio:
P.D. Singer lives in Colorado with her slightly bemused husband, two rowdy teenage boys, and thirty pounds of cats. She's a big believer in research, first-hand if possible, so the reader can be quite certain Pam has skied down a mountain face-first, been stepped on by rodeo horses, acquired a potato burn or two, and will never, ever, write a novel that includes sky-diving.

When not writing, playing her fiddle, or skiing, she can be found with a book in hand.

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Publisher: Dreamspinner Press

Cover Artist: Reese Dante



On his feet now, Chad looked a little shaky. For a silent moment he stood, though it wasn’t clear whether he was forcing his body to behave or thinking.
“Uh. You’re a scientist…” Why did Chad make that sound like a question? Unless it was part of his medicine head. “I need some data.”
Oh. Oh!
Warren didn’t flinch or pull away when Chad leaned in. Both his hands rested on Warren’s upper arms, which didn’t keep him from lurching forward so fast Warren thought he’d get hit in the face. But no, he stopped short and came in slow for the last inch. Eyes open and questioning, he met Warren’s mouth in a smooth, gentle kiss. Lips not quite parted, he brushed against Warren, searching, not demanding.
What had gotten into him? Warren kissed back, not too startled to respond in kind, adding nothing that might frighten Chad away. He wouldn’t lift his arms, he wouldn’t offer tongue, but he would meet Chad’s mouth for as long as he was offered it. He had to tip his face up slightly and fight to stay in place when he wanted nothing more than to step forward into Chad’s arms, to plaster himself against that inviting chest, and thrust his tongue into the depths of Chad’s mouth.
Chad’s eyes were blue drowning to black, his pupils dilated widely. Questions, but not fear, dwelled behind his irises, questions that Warren wanted to answer for him. Yes, you like this, yes, you want more, yes, you want it with me. Yes.

The author has kindly agreed to answer some snippets of information for your delectation. Here are the ones she answered for me. Don't forget to visit the other blogs for more information and more snippets.

49 – Favorite of your books?

The Rare Event is the book of my heart, mostly because so much of the story isn’t the romance. I love romance, love writing them, but the external plot issues of RE were a labor of love to write. So much of what is going on is technical, and it was my self-chosen job to make it be story and tie into the romance. (There’s a glossary in the back.)

50 – Favorite of your characters?

What, are you gonna try to start fights between my kids next? Warren, from A New Man, is the current favorite, because he’s such a good guy and I put him through so much shit, and he’s still a good guy. Although he doesn’t like lab rats any better than he did before.

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