Wednesday, April 20, 2016

Love Comes to Light Author, Andrew Grey


Saying Goodbye by Author Andrew Grey

Love Comes to Light brings and end to the Senses series of stories.  There is always something sad about saying goodbye to characters you’ve nurtured and come to know so well.  The other side of the coin is that it’s freeing as well.  As writers, we never stop growing and sometimes we need to leave certain characters in our past so that we can make room for new ones.  To a degree, that’s what’s happening here.  The world around Patrick and Ken, Howard and Gordy has become populated with a wonderful group of people who will take care, love, and nurture each other.  I like to think that they will all look after one another and that allows me to move on.


I tend to fall in love with my characters as I’m writing them.  By now I have written over a hundred books and Dominic still comes upstairs sometimes to find me sniffling as I’m working.  He did that when I wrote Love Comes Silently and he did it as I was writing Love Comes to Light, as well as the stories in between.  That’s exactly what I want to have happen in a series.  But after 6 couples, and many ups and downs, it’s time to say goodbye.  With a series I always want to end it while the stories are fresh and I hope I did that here.   Enjoy my farewell to the Senses series. I hope you love it.  



Title: Love Comes to Light    

Author: Andrew Grey
Series: Senses Series
Genre:  M/M, Contemporary Romance
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press
Release Date: Mar 18 2016
Edition/Formats Available In: eBook & Print

Blurb/Synopsis:

Artist Arik Bosler is terrified he might have lost his creative gift in the accident that left his hand badly burned. When he’s offered the chance to work with renowned artist Ken Brighton after winning a contest, Arik fears his injury will be too much to overcome.

He reluctantly travels to Pleasanton to meet Ken, where he runs into the intimidating Reg Thompson. Reg, a biker who customizes motorcycles, is a big man with a heart of gold who was rejected by most of his family. Arik is initially afraid of Reg because of his size, however it’s his heart that warms Arik’s interest and gets him to look past the exterior to let down his guard.

But Arik soon realizes that certain members of Reg’s motorcycle club are into things he can’t have any part of. Reg can’t understand why Arik disappears until he learns Arik’s injury was the result of his father’s drug activity. Though neither Reg nor Arik wants anything to do with drugs, the new leadership of Reg’s club might have other ideas.

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About the Author:


Andrew grew up in western Michigan with a father who loved to tell stories and a mother who loved to read them. Since then he has lived throughout the country and traveled throughout the world. He has a master’s degree from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee and works in information systems for a large corporation.
Andrew’s hobbies include collecting antiques, gardening, and leaving his dirty dishes anywhere but in the sink (particularly when writing)  He considers himself blessed with an accepting family, fantastic friends, and the world’s most supportive and loving partner. Andrew currently lives in beautiful, historic Carlisle, Pennsylvania.
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3 comments:

Lisa Mandina said...

I've just started getting into more of the couples series like this one seems to be. I'm sure when I get to the end of the series I'm currently reading it will be sad! I will always hate to lose touch with my favorite people.

Lola R said...

As a reader I always enjoy and dislike series enders. Saying goodbye to characters and a world you've come to love is always hard, although it's also great to see a series come to and end and everything fall on it's place.I can imagine that for writers it's just as difficult.

Jaclyn Canada said...

It's hard as readers to say goodbye to characters we loved too. It does have to end at the right time though and in the way intended to it's a little bittersweet to have that excellent send-off while at the same time realizing you'll never see these characters again.