Sharp Love is now available! This story is the 2nd book in the Gambling on Love series, and features Jack Morgan and William Drake.
While 6'5" Jack was first introduced in All In with the Duke as Max’s very useful (and very large) carriage driver, I believe Sharp Love can be read as a standalone. You don’t need to have read All In with the Duke in order to enjoy Sharp Love, though since the timelines overlap a bit, you might enjoy it more if you have read book #1 first.
For buy links to various resellers, or to read a sneak-peak at Chapter One, check out the book's page on my website.
I’m out and about this week, chatting about various topics. If you are interested in stopping by, here’s where I’ll be:
‘A Series Kind of Gal’ with giveaway
‘The Appeal of M/M Historical Erotic Romance’
‘Genre Spotlight: Male/Male Romance’
Wednesday 6/11 - ‘In the Name of Research’
Friday, 6/13 – ‘Friends to Lovers’
William Drake has lived among thieves, bastards and beggars all his life, doing what's necessary to survive. As a young orphan, that included looking after his best friend, Jack Morgan. But as they grew older, Jack took the honest path, leaving Will behind to fend for himself the only ways he knows how.
When an unsavory errand for his employer brings Jack back to London's underbelly, he needs Will's help. It's there, among the alleys they ran through as children, that the love he's always felt for Will returns. As their nights together grow hotter, Will discovers something new about his old friend—Jack's need to serve extends into the bedchamber.
Will has never fully abandoned his dream of escaping London with Jack. But what could the Duke's driver want with a dishonest cheat like him, beyond a bit of rough sex? It takes the gamble of Will's life to find out if he can win Jack's heart…
“Ava March mines every nugget of emotion from this story, all while making the reader fall in love with both Jack and Will. …I have to say I feel this novel ranks among the best of her work” – The Novel Approach Reviews
“The sexual encounters were HOTTER than hot…” – My Fiction Nook