Martin’s new book, “Flawed Boys”, is released today; Martin’s back from Maine …

Hi, friends and readers:

A lot is happening today. I just got off the plane about two hours ago, after flying from Bangor, ME to Florida. I spent ten days up there, with my boyfriend and two close friends I’ve known since I was a child. We had a great time; I’ll talk more about it in tomorrow morning’s post.

More importantly, today Noble Romance Publishing released my new book titled Flawed Boys. It’s a three-story anthology, each with a diverse pair of characters and differing settings. Here’s the book’s blurb:

Flawed Boys offers three erotic tales of guys falling in love with troubled souls.

“In Slacker, nineteen year-old Robert’s a high school dropout with ADHD, a limp, and confidence problems. Alcohol and marijuana are Robert’s weaknesses. When he meets forty-year-old Cecil on a construction job, Robert feels attracted to the older man. Cecil offers Robert a job and a home, but there’s a catch: Robert must abandon his self-destructive behaviors. Can Robert master his demons? Can he become the man he wants to be?

“In Dream Boy, Keith Reinhardt, a loner in his mid-thirties, finds himself involved with Riley Davenport, a community college student who can’t perform in bed. When Riley explains why, Keith is more than disturbed. Can Keith handle Riley’s psychological issues? Can Riley overcome his fear of intimacy?
“In The Little Prince, Will Mittemeyer’s a working class kid with a college scholarship. He’s home on summer break, mowing lawns for cash. Eric’s a Brown University student from a wealthy family. The two meet when Will grooms Eric’s yard. Will is repelled by Eric’s haughty attitude, but soon learns it’s all a front. In truth, Eric is friendless, emotionally insecure, and intellectually challenged. Despite Eric’s problems, can the two become friends? Perhaps more?
“We all dream of ideal lovers, but often we settle for less. And it’s strange: less-than-perfect men are sometimes what we truly need. Read about it, in the pages of Flawed Boys.
Here’s a link to the Noble Romance website if you want to check out the book:
I’m really excited about publication of this anthology. I worked quite hard on it, as did my editor, Bryl Tyne, and the final product is one I’m proud of. The stories are sexy and hard-hitting.
Okay, I’m tired from my travels and I need to cook myself dinner, so I will sign off. Thanks to everyone who stopped by the blog while I was in Maine and unable to post, due to lack of Internet service. (Yeah, I was in the wilds …) Have a nice Monday evening, all.

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