I've a paranormal MM just about finished - if only I could fight the blurb into submission. You'd think blurbs would be easy, but not for me. 100,000 words - no problem - mostly - but 300 words to sum up the story in a way that encourages people to want to read it? Abject failure.
My latest attempt -
Ryder’s on the company bonding trip from hell, five days of competitive cycling with competitive colleagues and an even more competitive boss. Faced with yet another vertical climb, he ignores his insistent inner voice and decides that not only can he not keep up, but he’s had enough. And it appears the weather thinks he should stop, too, when sun turns to thick fog in a blink. Disorientated, Ryder brakes too hard and flies over the handlebars into oblivion.
Callan’s at Whittaker’s Auction House to bid on fae land that his werewolf pack need as their new home, when an unsuspecting human stumbles through the door. Ryder is out of place, out of luck, way out of his depth—and apparently the newest item on the auctioneer’s block. Tempting, if Callan had the money.
As the bidding heats up and Ryder proves irresistible to the assembled fae, vampires and witches, the situation grows more and more precarious. Callan can’t help interfering. He wants Ryder but at what price? Infuriating his Alpha? Risking his pack’s future? How far is he prepared to go in order to get him?
If anyone has any comments - good or bad - I'd love to hear them. Does this make you want to hear more or not?