Month: November 2016

Spotlight With Brina Brady

Check out my spotlight on Theo’s blog.

Theophilia St. Claire

Today, I am happy to host the talented Brina Brady on my blog! She’s here to dish on the  amazing career she held before becoming an author, as well as the second book in her Irish Runaway Series, Master Cleary’s Boys, which sounds like your next favorite read.

Before we get to the interview, here’s a little bit more about the book.

untitled

Blurb:

Desperate to escape the clutches of an increasingly sadistic and abusive Dom, Kevin and Jack seize their opportunity to escape and runaway to Galway. They shave their heads and do their best to avoid being detected while searching for a new Dom who is prepared to take them on as a package deal. Their running leads them to Cleary’s Pub—a bar full of leather-clad Doms and subs, owned and run by Master Cleary…

Master Cameron Cleary was in need of a new sub—it had been far too…

View original post 1,283 more words

Master Cleary’s Boys is on KU!

Hi Peeps,

Well, Master Cleary’s Boys is FREE on KU and available for purchase now.

master-clearys-boys-e-book-cover

I’d like to share a great review for my book. This book is book 2 in the series but it can be read as a standalone. MMM/BDSM

One Dom and two subs…
MMM/ BDSM
Sara Long rated it 5 Stars it
This is an extremely well-written book. The story itself is steady-paced, and the author consistently builds up the plot and sub-plot and tidily follows through on tying up all the story threads. The characters are still poignantly framed in my mind, even a couple of days after finishing the book, and the painful physical torture Kevin had to endure at the hands of the evil Mr. Higgins continues to haunt me and sadden my heart.
 
The mood and tale were darker and more dramatic than I had predicted from reading the book blurb, but the author’s expert storytelling convinced me to continue turning the pages. The only thing that wasn’t intuitively obvious to me was the timeframe for this work – it takes place in present day, but for some reason, my mind kept wanting to process it as happening in the early part of the 20th century.
 
The dark, troubling, and somber scene of the book is brightened and strengthened by Master Cleary’s protective support of and unconditional love for Jack and Kevin, and the HEA builds upon the underlying elements of hope, closure and new beginnings threaded throughout the story.
 
The Runaway Gypsy Boy (Irish Runaway Series #1)