Love, marriage, and puppies….
Tristan Castillo wants to make his marriage work, but there's one problem— his husband. Not only is Tristan coming home, he's bringing a surprise, a puppy named Apollo. But when he arrives home, he gets a surprise of his own. Grant adopted a dog too. And when he hears Grant named his puppy, Zeus, he figures it for a sign that they are meant to be together.
A man learning what love is…
Tech mogul and closet jazz musician, Grant Thornton needed a husband to get past the codicil in his grandfather's will. It was supposed to be a simple business transaction. Only love wasn't part of the bargain and Grant doesn't know if he loves Tristan or the things he does to his body.
A man willing to do anything for love…
As a former Marine and Michigan State Trooper turned chocolatier, Tristan is used to going after and fighting for what he wants. Sure, love wasn't in the contract but it's not something you can put a value on either. He came back to win his husband and he's going to pull out all the stops to get Grant to open up to the possibility of love and a happily ever after with him.
With the help of Zeus and Apollo, Tristan and Grant start their journey towards forever. But old demons and old habits threaten to keep this union a true marriage of convenience.
About the Author
Danie Ford writes books about the relationship between people and how love, life, and sex can screw everything up or make everything better. All her writing has some element of romance and features some element of food because in her day job, Danie is a chef. She writes in a variety of genres - contemporary romance, family saga, dark romance, women’s fiction, paranormal /fantasy, which feature a diverse cast of characters and scintillating heat.
Danie was born and raised and still resides in her hometown Detroit, Michigan surrounded by friends and family. She always intends to make Christmas cookies and homemade gifts but doesn’t always get around to them because of the crazy schedule she keeps. When she’s not writing or cooking she’s crocheting or reading – always doing something creative to stay inspired. While she’s not great at juggling, Danie always has at least two projects in the works with more waiting in various stages of planning.
And like most authors, gets ideas under usual circumstances like washing dishes or in the shower and always keeps a notebook handy.
For Danie, being an author has been her career goal since she read her first book at the age of three. She started writing at the age of seven because she wanted to see more characters that reflected her and her family. She was raised with a large extended family. Her books represent the concepts and values she was raised on – blood doesn’t make family, love does and that the only way to spell the word family is l-o-v-e. Danie was taught that words have power and decided to use her words to reflect the world as she knows it and spread some of the joy she gets from reading.