Bonnie Dee

Archive for 'Summer Devon'

Combining humor and serious angst in one book

Summer Devon and my new release (Sept 29) The Shepherd and the Solicitor runs the gamut from LOL scenes like the meet cute between the protagonists to heavy angst surrounding the reason Daniel Pierce changes his name and becomes a hermit. In the midst of darkness, there is always humor to be found. I think both Summer and I approach life with a smirk whether facing a negative or positive situation.

To quote Barenaked Ladies: “I’m the kinda guy who laughs at a funeral. Don’t understand what I mean? You soon will.”

I’ve tried writing a really angsty novel before, … Read more »

Back to Top

Guest Post Fri. – Summer Devon

releasing-the-shifterSummer Devon has a book out May 5th – a contemporary m/m shapeshifter story, the third in the series, though each story is stand alone.

 Releasing the Shifter

Solitary Shifters, Book 3

 To save his love he must face his monster and—worse—be nice to people.

Montag is a monster. He doesn’t know what sort of creature he would turn into if he ever let himself shift, but he knows it’s something predatory and lethal. He fights back the urge to shift every day of his life, and has never dared get close to anyone—not that they want him to. Read more »

Back to Top

The Bohemian and the Banker is Live

BohemianAndTheBanker-The72lgMarch goes out like a lion (or is it a lamb?) with a brand new release from Summer Devon and Bonnie Dee. If you’ve enjoyed our books such as The Gentleman’s Madness or Mending Him, here is a new tale about opposites attracting–my personal favorite theme. I like the fact that  people who may seem poles apart personality wise or socially or whatever, under the surface might share an affinity that ties them closely together.

I love the movie Moulin Rouge so this has flickers of that flavor–minus anyone dying from consumption. I learned a lot about the Paris Exposition … Read more »

Back to Top

  • Page 2 of 2
  • <
  • 1
  • 2