Today Sue Brown has kindly agreed to feature as our M/M Romance author on All in One Place today 🙂
Sue is the author of an impressive number of books, several stand-alones and a number of series such as Morning Report, Lyon Road Vets, Sapphire Ranch Wolves, Frankie’s Series and Isle of Wight.
A full list of Sue Brown’s books can be found HERE.
Sue Brown’s most recent releases are The Hidden Wolf, which is the second instalment in the Sapphire Ranch Wolves series, and Letters from a Cowboy, the fourth Morning Report book.
Sheriff Milo Clarke has met his mate, Eli Watkins, and now they’re conducting a long distance relationship while Eli runs the Cavalry, the security firm protecting Joe and Cal at the Sapphire Ranch from the hunters.
The long distance loving is hard on all three of them, Eli, Clarke and Clarke’s wolf, who is becoming more restless as Clarke refuses to shift. When Clarke going to give into the other side of him and how will Clarke and Eli resolve the distance between their lives?
A Morning Report Story
Simon Wood arrives at Tamar Ranch looking for a job after being fired from his last position for seducing the boss’s son. It doesn’t take much for him to prove his skills with horses, so he’s taken on, but soon he clashes hard with Chip Henson.
The animosity between them hides something very different, but not for long. No matter how hard they try to resist their attraction, eventually they give in to their need. They start leaving notes for each other, and others notice and warn them to be more careful.
Fearful of discovery, Simon leaves Tamar Ranch to save Chip’s job. When he learns that his departure sent Chip off the rails, he knows he needs to risk everything and go back for him.
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Ever wondered what people’s reactions are to female M/M author? Sue Brown tells us . . .
Last night I was at my ex’s party talking to friends of his. For once there was none of that swivel-eyed WTF when we discussed my writing because they’d already had that discussion with him. It was relaxed and I appreciated it beyond belief. Telling straight people what you write can be like stepping off into the abyss. You might get the flying carpet to take you for a ride into ‘wow’ and ‘that’s great, tell me more’ or you might get the freefall into stony silence.
Over the years I’ve fielded the ‘gay men don’t fall in love’ bulls***, and the ‘you write gay porn?’… I said gay romance. The fact you translated romance into porn says more about you than me, lady vicar. I’ve sat at a table with a group of lesbians who wanted to know why I didn’t write F/F (fair comment) and I’ve gone head to head with guys who think the fact I write gay romance means I’m going to go to a swinging party with them. Yep, that’s right. Do scifi writers get asked to have threesomes with aliens? I suggested the bloke offered me coffee first and I was kind enough not to point out I’m not interested in his tackle anyway.
Let’s step back a moment. I consider myself lucky for two reasons. One, I live in the UK and not many people will start waving their Bible at me and damning me to burn in the fiery pits of Hell. And if they did, I’m a theology undergraduate. It would be a bad move. For them. And finally, I have an amazing family who support me every step of the way. I love them all, and I just want them to know that.
About the Author
Sue Brown is owned by her dog and two children. When she isn’t following their orders, she can be found plotting at her laptop. Sue discovered M/M romance at the time she woke up to find two men kissing on her favourite television series. The kissing was hot and tender and Sue wanted to write about this men. She may be late to the party, but she’s made up for it since, writing fan fiction until she was brave enough to venture out into the world of original fiction.