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Caught in the Act: Book One

When Adam’s father catches him in bed with his best friend, he rips Adam away from his comfortable life in the city and sends him to a farm in the country, hoping some hard work will “fix” him. Adam is supposed to work with Ben, a hostile young man who clearly doesn’t want him there, no matter how hard Adam tries to prove himself. When Ben kisses him, Adam is shocked and delighted but terrified his father will once again pull him away from a home he’s grown to like.

As their relationship grows in secret, Ben promises to stay with Adam when school starts to help him get to know the place and the people. However, Amelia, a young woman Ben had dated, latches on to Ben again. Adam is furious at being abandoned to fend for himself on his first day in a new school. A physical confrontation with Amelia lands Adam in trouble again, and his father’s involvement complicates all their lives. Betrayal and an uncertain future threaten Adam and Ben’s budding summer relationship.


Available from Dreamspinner Press as both an e-book and a paperback.  In March of 2015 it will be released in a Library edition.


3 comments on “Caught
  1. Thomas says:

    I would just like to know when the 2nd book will be released? I just read the first and I don’t know how long I can wait

  2. Robbie says:

    Just last night I got the release date from the publisher. Caught 2: Caught in the Middle will be released on May 28th. My task for today is to review the cover art mock-ups the art department got to me yesterday and see if one of them works for the story. We have one more edit, mostly technical stuff at this point, then a proof read and this one will be ready to go.

    I’m so pleased to hear that you liked the story. The next one continues where the first one left off and our guys have one heck of a ride facing them in book 2.

  3. Liz says:

    I love your books and Caught in the Middle broke my heart. Are you planning on writing a third book to go along with that one?

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