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Reviews are in!

18 Oct

Well, at least the reviews I could find! Who knew it would be so difficult to search out m/m review sites to see how Bombora is doing with readers?

Here’s what some of the blogs have had to say:

Top 2 Bottom Reviews:

5 out of 5 stars 

Mal Peters gives us a love story full of twists and turns, ups and downs, surprises around every bend. Wonderfully written in the first person from each character’s point of view, it takes us into the realm of consequences from our actions and decisions. She gives us exemplified instructions on how to properly respond to these consequences, or rather how NOT to respond to them, and also how we inevitably ignore the correct procedure until we hurt enough to listen, hoping it’s not to late. A wonderful example of life experiences I highly recommend reading.

Reviews by Jessewave:

4.75 out of 5 stars

This love triangle of the very different kind is a blazing angst-fest and yet so well-written that I barely minded.

Upcoming book release: “Bombora”

16 Aug

Exciting news, friends!

My first novel, Bombora, will be available to purchase through Dreamspinner Press as of August 31, 2012. As you might imagine, I am stoked for the release and can’t wait to share it with you. This novel has been in the works for over a year, and to be honest I almost can’t believe the date is so quickly approaching!

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Here’s the blurb:

After a disastrous relationship with a married man leads to losing his family and his job, Phelan Price ends up in the small surfing town of Cardiff-by-the-Sea, California. It’s the perfect place to recover from a nervous breakdown—he even becomes good friends with a fellow surfer, Hugh, a mystery writer who has plenty of demons of his own. Life isn’t perfect, but Phel is starting to get back on his feet. Then Phel’s estranged lover arrives under the banner of a messy divorce, the circumstances of which he refuses to disclose, and throws their peaceful world into chaos. Phel’s shock is complete when the man he’s been trying to forget introduces himself as Hugh’s brother, Nate.

As far as Hugh is concerned, this is as good as it gets: Nate completes their band of misfits perfectly, and the bond they develop through surfing seems strong. But he is unaware that, beneath the surface, Nate and Phel share a darker history than he could ever guess at—a riptide past that threatens to drag them under and consume them from within.

Click here for more information or to pre-order!