elisa_rolle (elisa_rolle) wrote,

Jude Mason (born November 11)

"I'm an author, and that pretty much tells you what my interest are. Everything I see, do or feel, may find its way into a book. I'm a huge outdoors fan and love the sea, the mountains and the animals I'm surrounded by. Even they aren't safe. A changeling here, a overgrown forest there, it's all fodder for my stories."

Alex's Appeal won a 2010 Rainbow Award as Best Gay Paranormal / Horror.

Further Readings:

Alex's Appeal (Kindred Spirits) by Jenna Byrnes & Jude Mason
Publisher: Total-E-Bound Publishing (August 2, 2010)
Amazon Kindle: Alex's Appeal (Kindred Spirits)

A bear of a lawyer in mourning, a handsome young chef who falls head over heels, and a mystery that threatens their happiness are just the beginning of the events at Whisker’s Seaside Inn.

Lawyer Alex Brookfield arrives at Whiskers’ Seaside Inn with a big decision weighing heavily on him. He’s been offered a judgeship, and while it’s an incredible promotion, it would mean leaving the house he shared with his late, long-time partner. Russ died of cancer eight months ago, and although Alex is ready to move on, he isn’t sure about such a big, permanent step.

Logan Emerson is the inn’s chef, and wouldn’t mind cooking up something special with the handsome attorney. He’s not concerned about their fourteen year age difference. He just knows what he likes and isn’t afraid to go after the hunky bear of a man.

Alex heard stories about the inn’s ghosts from its owner, his friend and former lover Ethan Roberts. But he’s totally unprepared for the spirit who shows up his first night there.

Between futile attempts to fend off the frisky young cook, and his offer to help inn co-owner Cade Wyatt come up with a romantic marriage proposal for Ethan, Alex finds his hands, and his bed, quite full.

More Rainbow Awards at my website: www.elisarolle.com/, Rainbow Awards/2010

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