Exciting Contract News

December 29th, 2012 by Amanda Young

I have wonderful news to share. For those who have been patiently waiting for the next book in the Chicken Ranch series, I’m thrilled to let you know your wait is almost over. The second book in the series, Recession, was recently accepted at Loose Id. I don’t know anything about when it will be released at this point, but I’ll be sure to give you updates when I know something more. Until then, here’s a sneak peek at the blurb. It’s unedited, so forgive any mistakes at this point.

Chicken Ranch: Recession

Garrett has fallen on tough times. Once a construction worker, he now depends on the desires of others to feed his little brother and keep a roof over their heads. As one of the many rent boys at Chicken Ranch, Garrett lives in constant fear, torn between making enough money to survive and getting busted for doing something illegal and immoral to pay the bills.

Miller is a workaholic with a chip on his shoulder. Memories of the past and the man who got away are his most constant companions. It isn’t until his beloved Grandma passes away that Miller dares to temporarily return home to the town he despises and the man he left behind.

Garrett never expected to see Miller again. In his worst nightmares, he couldn’t have foreseen his first love sweeping into town and trying to insert himself into his life by offering him a way out of prostitution. As much as he’d love the opportunity, he fears Miller will once again walk away and leave him hanging just like he did the summer after graduation. No matter how much he’d like to, he can’t put his faith and future in Miller’s hands when more than just his own welfare is at stake.

Their reunion comes with an abundance of complications and old feelings. Bitterness and anger swiftly turn into desire and a rekindled love that threatens more than their hearts. Although he never intended to stay in town, Miller finds himself longing to put down roots. Things are looking up until he inadvertently provokes a threat to Garrett’s custody of his little brother. Having already lost Garrett to familial obligations once, Miller fears they’re doomed to repeat the past, only this time Garrett will be the one who’ll walk away.

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  1. Katrina Strauss Says:

    So happy to hear this! *squee*

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