Omega Born Release

Hi Everyone!

Man, it’s been a crazy couple of years… and more than a few minutes since my last post – like over 950 thousand minutes – but who’s counting? *smiles* 

And now, over two and a half years since its cover reveal, Omega Born has finally been released. Woohoo! So flippin’ excited about that!

Below is a list of marketplaces links:

Amazon (currently available in the US and CA stores, but should be pushed out across the Amazon Universe by the end of the day)
Google Play

(Additional marketplaces (such as Apple iBooks, B&N, Kobo, etc.) will be rolled out over the next few days.)

If you happen to pop it into your library, I sincerely hope you enjoy it! (As always, I recommend giving the tags a quick peek.)

If you’re a reviewer and would like a copy, please drop me a line.

My continued hope for you and your loved ones’ health and safety!

JLT =)

Quillon’s Covert – Free For The Holidays

Merry Christmas Eve!

Louis Stevens and I would like to wish you and yours the absolute best of holidays.


Today and tomorrow only (the 24th and 25th) enter promo code  FJ77T  at checkout and enjoy Quillon’s Covert on us.


Peace and love,
Lu and JLT 


Novella 44k words / 186 Pages
Tags: Erotica, Romance, Taboo, Incest, Infidelity 

Martin is a guy’s guy, one who enjoys the simple things in life: baseball games with his son, family days, barbecues, and date nights with his lovely wife.

Once a year for two weeks, Martin takes his son, Marty, to Quillon’s Covert, a rustic family cabin secluded in the beautiful California mountains. Since before those long days of learning to play ball, Marty has loved his dad, but as Marty matures, Martin starts to see something else settle in his son’s uncertain gaze. What’s there lingers a little more than it should, and it seems far more appraising than it once was.

As Marty shows every sign of taking the lead, Martin is faced with the tough choices most parents never see: lose his son by being a father, or try to balance what’s best for their relationship by being something… more.

But with another trip to Quillon’s Covert on the horizon, has the point of no return already begun?