Prenup From Hell – New Chapter

Tracy waited until Desmond was gone before going back to his office. He was glad he’d canceled the rest of his appointments for the day, but he had a few things to grab before he got in his car to go home. He worried about his little brother. Des wasn’t thinking clearly, and he was horrified he’d developed actual feelings for his husband.

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Over on Patreon

There are 8 chapters of the Prenup from Hell posted on my Patreon. Prenup from Hell is a love/hate story. It’s a cross between Constantine and Mr. & Mrs. Smith–only it’s two misters. One’s a lawyer the other’s a Food Network Star. One’s evil and the other’s a Demon. There’s adventure, violence, vicious villains, intrigue, and family drama with a healthy dose of humor thrown in.

I try to post 2 chapters a month that you can read for $1 a month pledge and other perks if you become a higher level Patron. My goal’s to get enough money to hire an editor and pay for the stock photos…I’ll need for a cover.

I might do my own cover. I’ve done them for other authors, but I will not do my own edit. That would be a horrible mistake!

The first chapter of the Prenup from Hell is free for anyone to read at this LINK.

 

Inserting the villain

I debated whether or not to add villain chapters to the Prenup from Hell for a long time. Some people don’t like them, but then some people don’t like flashbacks either and I LOVE those. (I blame Highlander for that addiction.) I also happen to love writing bad guys. It’s fun to take a walk on the dark side.

I’m at a good point in Prenup where I could easily (yeah right) insert a chapter with the villain. I know the motivation. I know they hold the key to solving the entire problem that my characters are going through–not that I’m going to give that away in chapter nine–but it feels right to bring them into play.

It’s not as if I’m writing first person where you don’t get to see the villain from any perspective than the ‘hero’. Hopefully my readers find the villain to be an interesting character.