I write erotic romance featuring blue collar heroes. Landscapers, delivery men, carpenters, painters…I love a man in a tool belt. A man who’s not afraid to get dirty.
My books are written from the man’s point of view. My heroines are photographers, real estate agents, business owners, mothers and wives. They’re women who love sex and aren’t afraid to ask for what they want in bed.
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Broken-hearted Grant retreats to a cabin in the woods to work on his master’s thesis and escape the sadness of a recent breakup. A blizzard is on the way, but Grant has food, books, and a cozy fireplace. But when a loud knock jolts Grant from his chair, he’s stunned to see his intense ex-boyfriend, Adam…
Adam wants to win back Grant’s love, but it won’t be easy. Harsh words were spoken during their breakup, and Adam’s struggling to heal from his wounded past. Grant wants to start a family, but Adam can’t imagine being a father…
The men cooperate to stay safe and warm during the blizzard, but they can’t deny their feverish attraction. They discuss a future together, but old hurts surface. Can Adam and Grant resolve their differences and have the future they always planned, or will this weekend be their final goodbye?
The Carpenter is a 20,000 word standalone M/M Erotic Romance.
“…genuinely sweet and feverishly hot. The tender romance was endearing and the erotica oh-so-enticing.” wee bit o’ whiskey reviews
“This is a second-chance love story, and it may just be the steamiest MM romance I’ve ever read…Grant and Adam are both believable and likable…Their love/sex scenes are beautiful, sweet and scorchingly hot, perfectly described by the author’s spare and evocative prose. Robin Stone writes some of the most moving and engaging erotica out there, and The Carpenter is one of her very best.” – Melanie, Amazon reader
“Grant and Adam are truly loveable characters. You feel the connection between the two. The author captured the emotions of trying to get together after a break up remarkably well: the awkwardness of being together again, the simmering attraction and the still present love for each other. I can see this happening in real life.” – Tanja, Amazon reader