25 New Loves for Valentine’s Day? And all of them FREE!

The Boy in the Sixth Form pt. 1 (aka My First Valentine)


One Valentine’s Day stands out in my memory. I would have been fourteen, and had a HUGE crush on a boy at school. He was two years older than me, and at fourteen, that kinda age difference was crippling. He joined our math class each week, and when I learned his favourite candy was lemon bonbons (a chewy English candy, not unlike bonbonstoffee), I made sure I always took a bag to class with me. I joined the amateur dramatics group, because he was a budding thespian, despite never being interested before. I developed a brief fascination with football when I learned he played for a local team, and I also joined the tennis club. Guess who played tennis there?

After months of talking to him in the math class, spending half my pocket money on candy that I never ate, and watching a sport that I hated, it was finally Valentine’s Day, and I had an excuse to express my teenage devotion. I bought a card for him. I agonized over what to write. How to hint at my identity, without being obvious?

Happy Valentines Day, I wrote. That’s all. SO LAME! Where was the witty line, the inside joke, the freaking giant clue that I was madly in love with him? Where?

I walked past his house ridiculously early, and shoved it through the letter box before running away. Would he like it? Would he connect it with me?

The following day I was on tenterhooks. It was maths, currently my favourite subject. I bought bonbons.

He arrived, hand in hand with another girl from my class.




Romantic heroes are always a safer bet, so how do you fancy meeting 25 of them? Or more?

I’m taking part in the Valentine’s Down Under promo on Instafreebie. You can download scores of FREE romance novels, all set down under, in New Zealand or Australia. One of my wolfie books is featured – Caging the Wolf.

Really. What’s not to like?


The promo runs until 20 Feb, so grab your freebies while you can 🙂


P.S. Come back next week for The Boy in the Sixth Form part 2

Happy Valentine’s Day 🙂

Sofia x


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PS: two of my sexy contemporary titles are included – PERFECT STRANGER and POLE POSITION, both at $0.99.


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FREE ebook – Wolf at the Door (Snowdonia Wolves #1)


For the next 5 days, you can grab a FREE ecopy of Wolf at the Door, the first in my steamy, shifter romance series.



wolf_at_the_door_cover_for_kindleLove can heal all wounds…

Pop star Lillian Hart is determined never to trust another man. She has no idea that the wolf at her door is anything other than a wounded dog, much less the Alpha of the Snowdonia Wolf pack. There’s something about the wild creature that pulls at her. Then a man with her wolf’s eyes starts to invade her dreams, and reality and fantasy merge in a way that has her hoping, against all odds, for dreams to come true.

Lillian may have sworn off men, but Jake’s not just any man, he’s a shifter, and he’s about to shift Lillian’s world to make room for him. He vows to claim her as his Mate, and when Jake makes a vow, he keeps it. But Lillian wants to take it slow and Jake is not about to waste any time.

In this battle of wills, both discover giving in and trusting their hearts can heal even the deepest of hurts.


FREE reads – in exchange for reviews

In Praise of Free


Would you like to read advance review copies (ARCs) of books by myself (Sofia Grey) and my Acelette Press colleagues Allyson Lindt and Sotia Lazu?

We’re always on the lookout for keen readers, and our writing spans most genres. Everything from shifters to angels, vampires to geek heroes, contemp, time travel and as much paranormal as you can shake a VERY big stick at.

7359255_sAll you need to do, is click the sign-up links for our names. Whenever we have a new release, you’ll get first dibs on a copy, in exchange for a review. If it’s not to your taste, no problem. We all love different things 🙂

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April Showers – showering you with gifts

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I feel like treating my newsletter subscribers… so here’s the deal.

On each of the 5 Saturdays in April, I’ll send a mini newsletter with the following:

  • a free short story (previously published one of the Sexy To Go boxed sets)
  • the chance for 10 people to win a gift (collections of swag, and ebooks)


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Small print – I usually send newsletters once per month, or more often if I have giveaways or discounts to tell you about. I promise not to spam you, or share your details with anyone else. If you want to unsubscribe, you can do that at any time.

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$50 Amazon gift card, signed paperback & swag – all could be yours…

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I’m running a FABULOUS giveaway during February, courtesy of I Love Vampire Novels. There are plenty of goodies to be won, and all you have to do is follow this link:


  • ONE (1) winner gets $50 Amazon Gift Card, Signed Paperback of A Handful of Wolf (Book: 2) & Swag Bundle
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  • FIVE (5) winners get a Swag Bundle

And EVERYBODY Who Enters Will Get:

  • A Free Copy of Caging the Wolf via my newsletter
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When you enter, you’ll automatically be signed up for both newsletters, which are FREE! See contest rules for our privacy policy and age restrictions.

What could be easier?


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A_Handful_of_Wolf_Cover_for_KindleSasha’s not a looking-to-the-future kind of guy, but he’s made an exception with his plans to travel and meet lots of pretty girls. Too bad his Pack Alpha, fate, and reality have other ideas about his trip abroad. He’s pretty sure he didn’t sign on to be a diplomat for the Snowdonia Wolf Pack. Or to find a Mate. Especially not a human Mate.

Megan knows better than to let a sweet-talking charmer get under her skin, but Sasha’s sexy playfulness is making her forget all her rules. Except one: she’s not willing to risk her heart by falling in love. The gorgeous boy from Wales can only be a fling, especially since her over-protective brothers hate him on sight.

In the midst of a wolf uprising, a hesitant Mate, and Megan’s complicated family ties, Sasha learns that sometimes impulsiveness is dangerous and even lethal. Can he show Megan why they belong together before it all comes crashing down around him and he loses his Mate forever?

$2.99 on AMAZON



More Zack, you asked… here you are :-)

Quick FREE read to follow His Temporary Fix


If you enjoyed my recent release, His Temporary Fix, you’ll love this – a little follow-up from Zack’s POV.


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It’s Zack and Holly’s first Christmas together, and Zack has no idea what to buy for her.

Will he find the right present?

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To get this free read, you just need to sign up for my infrequent newsletters. I send them out every month or so, when I have discounts to tempt you with, or giveaways & freebies.

Sign up here:


Even more Zack?

This isn’t the first time we’ve heard Zack’s POV. To see a series of emails he sent Holly, check out this fun post on Written Love Reviews: PS – Stock up on condoms


Happy reading 🙂



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Lucas Wade is losing his sight. As the darkness threatens to swamp him, the one bright spot in his day comes in the form of Natalie Fontaine. She works in the sales office, hundreds of miles away, and she alone treats him like a regular guy. She has no idea about his disability, and he doesn’t plan on telling her about it.

But if Lucas can’t be honest with her, Natalie may never see the love he has to offer.


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Breathing Again – now available for FREE download


This dark and angsty gay romance is getting fantastic reviews on Goodreads, and is now available for FREE download.



Breathing Again_F (1)Sgt. Travis Cooper is a hot mess. He’s a seething cocktail of PTSD, depression, and anger, with a side-helping of borderline alcoholism. The giant holes in his memory don’t help either. When his partner, Kyle, walks out after ten years together, and takes his beloved dog, Travis hits rock bottom.

 There’s no kind of future if he can’t face up to his past. Somehow Travis has to learn to breathe again.

This story was written as a part of the M/M Romance Group’sLove is an Open Road” event. Group members were asked to write a story prompt inspired by a photo of their choice. Authors of the group selected a photo and prompt that spoke to them and wrote a short story.

Download it FREE from Goodreads: LINK



By the way, the cover is courtesy of Sotia Lazu, over at the Sassy Aces website 🙂

Coming soon – my newest M/M Romance novella – Breathing Again

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This will be out soon, and I’m looking forward to it being available to everyone. It’s a dark tale, an Ugly Cry, that pulls no punches about PTSD and depression. It left me an emotional wreck when I wrote it, and judging by the early reader reviews, they’re experiencing that too 🙂


I had a hard time helping to edit this story because I kept crying. EVERY single time I read it even after I knew what was coming. Emotional and heartbreaking and totally wonderful. Love it.” – A.L.

“It’s not light or fluffy but I completely loved this story.” – Lucy

Amazing even if I did cry like a baby.” – Bookbee

“Boy, was this one heart-wrenching story, but so damn good.” – Fritz42


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Sgt. Travis Cooper is a hot mess. He’s a seething cocktail of PTSD, depression, and anger, with a side-helping of borderline alcoholism. The giant holes in his memory don’t help either. When his partner, Kyle, walks out after ten years together, and takes his beloved dog, Travis hits rock bottom.


There’s no kind of future if he can’t face up to his past. Somehow Travis has to learn to breathe again.






“So, Travis, why don’t we talk about Kyle today?”

As usual, I levelled my stare at the stand-up name badge on her desk. Dr. Leah Forrester. So, Leah, why don’t we not? I kept the words inside my head. How was she in any way qualified to understand me? She was a chick. She had both legs. She hadn’t been to war. And judging by the sparkling gold band on her finger, she had a loving husband at home.

I didn’t want to be here. Period. The only reason I came each week was to get my brother off my case, or Brady would continue to bust my ass. It was an extra hassle I could do without.

A stray thought snuck through the fog. “How do you know about Kyle?” I spoke without thinking, and then wanted to kick myself. I’d agreed to attend the sessions, but that didn’t mean I had to participate. A petty distinction, but on the swooping roller coaster my life had become, I clung to even the tiniest amounts of control.

Her eyebrows tugged together, and she flicked back through her notebook. “You mentioned him. Two weeks ago.” She glanced up at me. “You indicated some intense feelings toward him.”

“He stole my damned dog.” I clamped my lips together before anything else fell out of my mouth. Most of the times I came to this office, I floated on a tide of alcohol. Now I thought hard, I did remember mentioning his name. What the fuck else had I said?

“How did that happen?” she asked.

God damn it. She picked my weak spot with the focus of a hungry mosquito. “I had Killer since he was a pup. It was me who rescued him from being drowned. Me who took him home. My name on his paperwork. He was mine.”


I grunted. “Achilles. Killer for short.” It had been a joke between us, saying, ‘Achilles, heel.’ “He isn’t a killer. He’s the softest mutt you can imagine.” A gentle giant.

“You said he was stolen?”

I ran a hand across the back of my neck. “Kyle took him. When he left.”

“Uh huh.” She made a note in her book, and then gazed at me, her face calm. “That came as a surprise? Your partner leaving?”

“Damn right, it did.” We’d argued, sure, from what I remembered. But was it bad enough for him to pack his bags and vanish from my life, when I needed him the most? “And I never thought he’d take my dog.”

“Perhaps he was attached to him too?”

I didn’t bother answering. It didn’t matter if Kyle had been attached to Killer. He still had no right.

“How long did you have your dog?”

“He’s six years old,” I said.

“So who looked after him while you were deployed?”

“Kyle.” I fixed the therapist with a sullen glare. “And how is that relevant?”

“It was just a question. Do you think it’s relevant?”


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