Stowaway Released today

Announcing the release of my second novel Stowaway

Stowaway cover - artwork by Anne Cain

Kit’s a stowaway on a cargo freighter. Raine’s the security chief. Obviously, bedding Kit is a terrible idea for Raine and Kit agrees. He’s been screwed enough by authority. But somehow they keep doing it anyway.

The capture of stowaway Kit Miller brings some rare excitement to the life of Raine, security chief on a deep space cargo freighter. Kit’s a fugitive, a shameless flirt and the sexiest man Raine’s ever seen, but Raine’s determined to resist him. Getting involved with Kit would be inappropriate and Raine prides himself on his rigid principles.

To Kit, Raine is just another authority figure like the ones who’ve screwed him over before, so he can’t work out why Raine makes him feel so safe. Why the muscle-bound hunk makes him so hot is easier to understand.

Eventually, desire overcomes their wariness and they begin a passionate and mostly secret affair. When Kit proves his loyalty to the crew and the ship and Raine shows Kit he’s not the kind of man Kit assumed he was, their feelings grow deeper. But the end of the voyage is looming and they face losing each other forever unless Raine is ready to give up all he’s worked for to love a lawbreaking stowaway.

A m/m science fiction romance available now from Loose Id.
Cover by Anne Cain.


8 thoughts on “Stowaway Released today

  1. Hi, Just finished Stowaway and really enjoyed it. In all the reviews I’ve read, everyone’s been in love with Kit (who I also loved, how can you not?) but I really liked Raine too, he’s just so clueless 🙂

    Is there by any chance a sequel in the works? Please say yes!!

    1. Thanks, Amy. Great to hear you enjoy it so much. And I’m glad you liked Raine. I love writing a character like him who gets himself caught between principles and love and takes a while to figure his way out.

      People do keep asking about a sequel to this. I don’t know about a full novel sequel, but I could see me doing something short about them. I do like to imagine their life settled down together. I’m sure sparks would still be flying.

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