My new book released yesterday and I wanted to make a bit of a fuss about it. What do you think of the cover? Isn’t it delightfully sexy?

Ah, There’s The Rub

Zoologist Ben Sinclair has a thing for quirky antiques. The brass lamp he purchased was supposed to be decorative. Interesting. A conversation piece. It wasn’t supposed to contain a person. Now he’s got an annoying yet tantalizing man living with him who knows nothing about personal boundaries. Plus, Ben has wishes to make before his genie disappears. Except, Ben doesn’t want Daeliel to disappear. Lithe, exotic, and other-worldly, Ben’s never met anyone like him. It doesn’t take long for the men to admit – and act on – the attraction between them. When the zing turns into something deeper, they have to figure out how to get what they both wish for before Dae must leave.

Here’s a few excerpts from the reviews the book has got so far

Patricia – It has been quite a while since I have read (and really enjoyed) such a humorous, MM paranormal romance with a fascinating “Genie in the Lamp” theme. The plot is well-written with wonderful details & has good world building with excellent scene descriptions. The characters are endearing with their reactions to the unusual circumstances they find themselves in & have good chemistry between them.

K-Me – This was a super fun and original read! I HAD to finish it in one sitting ! It was just so Humorous, Sweet and Engaging! We have Ben the Zoologist who purchases a Lamp at an Antique shop and somehow summons a Genie. As you can image Ben and said Genie – Dae – each feel an instant connection and attraction to the other. 

Missy – Rubbing One Out was a hilarious book by Susan Mac Nicol. From the first page to the last, I laughed and fell in love. When Zoologist Ben Sinclair buys a brass lamp, he never thought a genie would come out of it. Daeliel finds himself in Ben’s world. Who knew making those three wishes was going to be so hard?

RUBBING OUT OUT

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