What’s New…

Netminder

Codename: Winger #4: In the final book in the series, Theo's on the run, cut off from TOS and pursued by an old nemesis who demands his help to take over the internet. Theo's pushed to the limit--and helped by unexpected allies.

Head in the Game

Pro hockey defenseman Roger Jacobson is in a slump and with contract negotiations underway he's worried. He returns home to fix his game but ends up with a romantic distraction he couldn’t have anticipated.

Tracker Hacker

Codename: Winger #1: Teen secret agent Theo Reese's first mission is now available on audio. Get in on the action as Theo goes into the field for the first time to save his dad while keeping his secret identity from his boyfriend.

Books & More

Codename: Winger Series
Codename: Winger tells the story of Theo Reese, a high school hockey player, computer genius and covert agent. NEW: Theo’s story continues in book 4, Netminder.

Gay Romance
See my gay romance stories (for the 18+ crowd), including The Hockey Player’s Heart, Somehwere on Mackinac and more.

Young Adult
YA titles include the romance, Flipping for Him and the entire Codename: Winger series.


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“Netminder” – Deleted Scene

Netminder (Codename: Winger 4) presented the most challenges of any of the Winger books to write. Since I knew it'd be the final book, there were all the various threads to wrap up to since it was important to, hopefully, create a satisfying ending. At the same time,...