Author: Gregory L. Norris

Gregory L. Norris writes regularly for a number of national magazines and fiction anthologies. A former screenwriter on Paramount's modern classic Star Trek: Voyager, he is the author of the handbook to all-things Sunnydale, The Q Guide to Buffy the Vampire Slayer (Alyson Books) and the short and long story collection blurbed by Voyager's Kate Mulgrew, The Fierce and Unforgiving Muse: Twenty-Six Tales from the Terrifying Mind of Gregory L. Norris (Evil Jester Press). He recently edited The Call of Lovecraft, which features stories by Ramsey Campbell and the master himself, H.P. Lovecraft. Norris lives and writes in the outer limits of New Hampshire.


The Duke and the Deadbeat

The Duke and the Deadbeat
  • Number: B008KO2D4O
  • Release: 2012-07-11
  • Author: Gregory L. Norris
  • Genre: HOT Romance
  • Tags: * SPICY: HOT Romance, * Contemporary, GLBTQ+
  • Publisher: Ravenous Romance
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Duke Donovan was born into rock royalty. The front man for popular Goth band 3-D, Duke's had everything handed to him his entire life-fame, fortune, flesh. The problem is he wants none of it. After staging an unforgettable concert meant to give him an exit from the spotlight, Duke skyrockets 3-D's rising star past the stratosphere, making the band more popular than ever, and leaving Duke ready to crack from the pressure.

Seamus Whyler: tall, handsome, and passionate about music. Seamus has had none of Duke's lucky breaks, but he dreams of a rock star's life while living out of his car between gigs. Meeting Duke is like looking into a mirror-and long last being given a shot at true stardom when the pop prince offers to switch places with the pauper. But leaving their real identities behind isn't so easy a thing to accomplish, as Duke and Seamus soon discover while dogged by their pasts as well as a ruthless celebrity music blogger who smells a ringer, and when the opportunity for true love forces them both to face the music. (Novel 162pp)

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