Filed under: Guest Posts Aug 27, 2016
As is often the case, my husband gave me the idea for my newest story with JMS Books. We regularly lob themes back and forth, and coming up with a title is sometimes enough to get me started putting fingers to the keyboard.
The men of the M.A.L.E. agency, which stands for Mavericks, Assassins, Loners, Etc.– yes, I know it’s a mouthful.– are an intriguing lot, and you’ll get to know them better with each story in the series.
In Junk M.A.L.E., you are introduced to Jerry Sanger, an agent who always gets the weird assignments since he handles them better than anyone else … and looks the best in high heels and a dress, when needed. Which happens a lot, for some reason.
From murderous Patsy Cline drag queens to a stalker Dom, he handles each job with aplomb, and manages to snag the man of his dreams– a totally hot teddy bear of a stud– while he’s at it. Jerry just has to protect his stubborn love from a mob boss sister with a death wish and eyes on his inheritance.
Get ready for stilettos, gun shots, and really snug go-go shorts that cause chaffing. It’s just another day at M.A.L.E.
Jerry Sanger is a member of M.A.L.E., an elite agency made up of ex-Army buddies bored with civilian life. But he always gets the junk assignments, and just once, he’d like a job where he doesn’t have to wear high heels or impersonate a go-go dancer at a strip club in order to take out his target. Sure, he looks good in a dress, but still.
On returning home from his latest assignment, Jerry encounters his hot teddy bear of a neighbor, Guff, fighting off four men intent on doing him serious harm. Jerry helps Guff out and then demands to know what’s going on, in between flirting and striking a pose in his spandex dress.
Guff doesn’t want his help, but Jerry gives it anyway, determined to solve Guff’s problem. And if they happen to get a lot closer as a result, he won’t complain.