Noah to Haru is out

Hello, my lovelies. I sincerely apologize for not posting blog, vlog, and sending out newsletters for a while. I've been busy with writing, editing, and just life in general.

Anyways, The Brothers Book 3: Noah to Haru is now out on Google Play and Apple iBooks. I've just uploaded the manuscript to Amazon and it usually takes between 24 to 72 hours to go live. I will do another update with the direct link when it is live on Amazon.


Apple iBooks

Google Play


It has been three months since Haru and the brothers returned from their winter vacation in Japan, and Haru’s relationship with Aiden is blossoming beautifully. Icing on the cake, they’re moving into a new, luxurious apartment, and Haru is more content and happy than ever. Well, except for one thing—his second stepbrother Noah.

Noah’s hot and cold attitude toward Haru is beginning to annoy Haru. One minute the brother is nice and caring, and the next, he turns into a prick and picks on Haru, even demanding a kiss daily. When a handsome new face comes into Haru’s life, which the brothers don’t like, Noah erupts into a possessive demon and turns Haru’s world upside down.

The Brothers Family Photos

(In the ebook)



That’s the last of it, I thought as I taped up the box containing my textbooks and then wrote my name on the side to indicate it belonged to me. Done, I sighed in satisfaction. Finally, after ten and a half years of living in this cramped apartment, we were moving.

“You done, Haru?” Aiden’s voice came through from the hallway.

“Yeah, I’m done,” I said.

“Me, too.” I heard Isaac shouting from his bedroom next door. “Yay! Finally!”

I started picking up the boxes and transferring them into the corridor. That way, it’d be easier for us to load them onto the push cart dolly to take down to the hired moving truck, which was parked in the driveway of the apartment complex. It was all hands on deck for the next two hours as us brothers, Aiden, Noah, Reo, Mason, Isaac, and I hustled and bustled back and forth moving our belongings. When we were done, Aiden locked the door of the pretty much emptied apartment. The only things left there now were old furniture we wouldn’t be needing.

“I’m going to miss living here,” I said as we headed back down the stairs. “I’ve lived here the majority of my life.”

Aiden wrapped his arms around my shoulders and pulled me close. “Me, too, but it’ll be nice to live in the new apartment,” he said. “More space.” He planted a kiss on my forehead. “Hmm. You smell good.”

I sniffed at myself. “I stink of sweat. Moving is a workout for me.”

“You smell of you,” he said. “Haru’s smell. Sweet and quite addictive.”