Out in the Field blog tour!

OutInTheFieldFSWant some facts, inspiration, and background information on Out in the Field? Check out the stops on the blog tour. I talked quite a bit about my inspiration, the research I did, and what it was like to revisit these characters at the various stops on the tour. Here’s the complete list:

MM Good Book Reviews (on sports as a romance setting)
Divine Magazine (on baseball becoming more inclusive)
Sinfully (on revising the second edition)
Boy Meets Boy (on creating the Brooklyn Eagles)
Gay Book Reviews (on updating the second edition for progress made by LGBT athletes)
Dreamspinner (on the process of writing the novel)
Open Skye Book Reviews (on creating the Brooklyn Eagles)
Kiki’s Kinky Picks (on athlete heroes)
Love Bytes (on the rising popularity of sports romance)

And that’s it! I wanted to also thank everyone for the kind words and enthusiasm about this book all week! This book means a lot to me, and it thrills and humbles me that so many people love it, too. <3

Out in the Field is here!

OutInTheFieldFSThe 2nd Edition of Out in the Field is now available wherever you buy books!

Dreamspinner Press
Barnes & Noble
Apple iBooks
All Romance eBooks.

Matt Blanco is a legend on the Brooklyn Eagles, but time and injuries have taken their toll. With his career nearing its end, he’s almost made it to retirement without anyone learning his biggest secret: he’s gay in a profession not particularly known for its tolerance.

Iggy Rodriquez is the hot new rookie in town, landing a position in the starting lineup of the team of his dreams and playing alongside his idol, Matt Blanco. Iggy doesn’t think it can get any better, until an unexpected encounter in the locker room with Matt proves him wrong.

A relationship—and everything it could reveal—has never been in the cards for Matt, but Iggy has him rethinking his priorities. They fall hard for each other, struggling to make it through trades, endorsement deals, and the threat of retirement. Ultimately they will be faced with a choice: love or baseball?