My latest in the SWAK series is Pony Play and it comes out September 25 at Resplendence!
Jack’s life is typical—typical barely-there boyfriend, typical shitty job, typical tiny apartment in the city. But when Jack is dropped off at Wellbrooke Pony Farm in the middle of nowhere, his life goes from typical to interesting in two seconds flat. A handsome groom named Daniel teaches Jack that it’s okay to want more, to be cared for, and that sometimes, a city boy just needs to be stabled.
Work Safe Excerpt:
“Billy? Billy, what is this place?”
Billy and I have been together for a year, off and on, playing all sorts of games, but this…this is something new.
We’re standing at a farm—beautiful grounds, barns, a lovely home with a huge porch. I’m not sure why Billy brought me here, why we drove for four hours outside of the city to this bucolic place. I’m not a country mouse, not at all, and neither is Bill. Hell, to be honest, I thought Billy was going to break up with me today. I know he’s interested in someone else, and lately, I’m just not that into him.
But that’s not what happened. We’re at this…farm.
“I…I have a friend that told me about it. I thought… I think you’ll find what you need here, Jack.”
“What I need?” What the hell?
“We both know I haven’t been giving you what you need, not deep down necessary need.”
“I don’t know what you’re talking about. What the fuck is this place?”
“It’s your home for two weeks. Your vacation. Your fantasy.”
Two weeks? That’s my whole vacation from the office. I hadn’t asked for it off. I hadn’t talked to my manager.
“Everything’s been cleared at your work. I’ll go in and water your plants and stuff. You’re good to go.”
“I am not going to just… You can’t just leave me here!”
A huge hand lands on my shoulder, solid and hot. “Jack? I’ll be your groom for your stay with us.”
“Groom? What? I don’t understand…” I don’t understand any of this. I didn’t even pack a bag.
Billy turns to me. “I arranged this for you, Jack. Trust me, okay? If it doesn’t make you happy, I’ll eat my hat.”
“Trust you? You bring me out here and say, ‘See you in two weeks?’”
Billy starts walking away. Just walking to the car.
The hand on my shoulder turns me, and, whoa, this guy is a stud. Tall, muscled, wearing a pair of tight riding pants, a tight turtleneck, and a riding jacket in a variety of browns. His square jaw and blue eyes are mesmerizing.
“Forget him. These two weeks are about your journey.”
I will post a not work safe excerpt later!