We’re so pleased to welcome author Sean Michael to TNA today to celebrate the release of his latest contribution the Dreamspun Desires line from Dreamspinner Press.
Thank you to The Novel Approach for having me today.
In The Teddy Bear Club, Devon’s sixteen year old sister has named her baby boy Unicorn. Devon calls him U. It takes Aiden to suggest maybe the baby boy should be given a different name.
There’s some weird names out there. Some are neat, others are strange. All of them are unique. Moon Unit Zappa. Rainbow Franks. Apple Martin. North West. Whether you think these names are cruel and crazy, or interesting and unique, you can’t deny that they’re memorable.
I have to admit that when Devon finally decides on a ‘normal’ name for his son, I was sad. I was hoping he’d leave the boy’s name as Unicorn, and keep calling him U. In the end, the characters get to decide these things, not me, so normal name it was.
I hope you enjoy hearing the story of how Unicorn’s daddies got together.
About the Book
Two lonely men. One perfect family.
Aiden Lake adopted his institutionalized sister’s two daughters, and he’s a good dad. He works nights on websites and gets in his adult time twice a week at the Roasty Bean, where he meets with other single gay parents.
Devon Smithson wants to be a good dad now that his sixteen-year-old sister asked him to babysit her newborn… three months ago. But he’s overwhelmed with the colicky baby. An invitation to the daddy-and-kid gatherings at the café is a godsend. The pot is sweetened when his friendship with Aiden develops into more—maybe even something that can last.
But the mother who kicked Dev out for being gay wants to get her claws into the baby, and she doesn’t care if she tears Dev, Aiden, and everything they’re building apart in the process.
About the Author
Best-selling author Sean Michael is a maple leaf–loving Canadian who spends hours hiding out in used book stores. With far more ideas than time, Sean keeps several documents open at all times. From romance to fantasy, paranormal and sci-fi, Sean is limited only by the need for sleep—and the periodic Beaver Tail.
Sean fantasizes about one day retiring on a secluded island populated entirely by horseshoe crabs after inventing a brain-to-computer dictation system. Until then, Sean will continue to write the old-fashioned way.