Welcome Jay Northcote!


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Don’t waste a chance at happiness…

Leo is a lonely workaholic with no time for romance in his life. His job in London takes all his energy and commitment. When he goes to Cornwall to stay with his terminally ill uncle, Edwin, love is the last thing Leo expects to find.

Tris lives in a cottage on Edwin’s land. Gay, but still half in the closet, he and Leo bond over their affection for Edwin, and the pull of attraction between them proves too strong to ignore. In Tris’s arms, in the wilds of Cornwall, Leo finds a peace he’d forgotten existed.

On his return to London, Leo finds himself grieving for more than just the loss of his uncle. When some unexpected news gives Leo the chance to return to Cornwall, he’s afraid it will be too late to rekindle things with Tris. But having learned much from his stay with his uncle, Leo doesn’t want to look back and wish he’d done things differently.

It’s time to seize the day—if it’s not already too late.



On the beach they crunched along the shingle to the edge of the rocks, then turned to look out over the sea. It was almost completely dark now, and the moon was rising, casting streaks of bright silver on the oil-black water.

They stood in silence, watching and listening to the crash of the waves. Leo’s heart felt suddenly too large for his chest. He was overwhelmed by the beauty of the place, a place that had barely changed since his childhood. The sea came and went with the tides, the sands shifted, but the rocks were constant. Yet here Leo was, an adult now rather than a boy, and his uncle reduced to an echo of the man Leo remembered—physically, at least. Unexpected tears prickled the backs of Leo’s eyes as a rush of emotion so strong that it made him draw in a sharp breath assaulted him. He swallowed hard, forcing the feelings back down.

Out of his peripheral vision, he saw Tris turn towards him, but Leo carried on gazing out at the gentle, rolling movement of the sea. Tris shifted his feet in the sand, bringing him closer. The warm skin of his arm brushed Leo’s, and Leo ached for more contact. He needed human warmth and touch to chase away the cold emptiness in his heart.


Author Bio:

Jay lives just outside Bristol in the West of England, with her husband, two children, and two cats.

She comes from a family of writers, but she always used to believe that the gene for fiction writing had passed her by. She spent years only ever writing emails, articles, or website content. One day, she decided to try and write a short story–just to see if she could–and found it rather addictive. She hasn’t stopped writing since.

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Jay has offered an e-copy from her backlist! Please leave a comment for a chance to win!

17 thoughts on “Welcome Jay Northcote!

  1. I would ask to enter, except I have greedily bought all of Jay’s books!!! I will share that I jus t finished Passing Through this morning – SO good! Another wonderful story with great characters – but tissue will be necessary!

  2. This book is on my wishlist waiting for me. Thank you for the chance to win a backlist book and the excerpt for your newest book.

  3. This is one book I MUST read. It sounds quite emotional and heartening there’s no way I can pass it. Thanks for sharing and much success to Jay!
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  4. Thank you so much for the giveaway chance! I love everyone of Jay’s books that I’ve read so far >.<

  5. This is a soul searching book, I’m going to love reading it. Thanks for the chance to win it!

  6. Thank you for a chance to win one of Jay’s books, those I have read so far I have really enjoyed and have not disappointed yet.

  7. I’ve read great reviews of this book. I’m really looking forward to reading it. Thanks for the giveaway!

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