Michaela Grey has always been passionate about great writing, and she's been able to turn that passion into a fulfilling career as a published author. Read on to find samples of her work, a detailed bio, and more.
About Michaela Grey
Writing has never been optional for Michaela Grey. Like eating, breathing, and reading, it’s something integral to her existence. Everyday she's thankful to be able to make a career from something that brings her so much joy.
The only thing that comes close to rivaling that passion is her love for hockey. Thankfully, she's been able to combine the two into a fulfilling career writing romance novels centered around the sport of hockey.
October 15, 2020
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Winger Rory O’Brien’s been in love with his center, Dima Lebedev, for almost as long as they’ve been playing hockey together. Dima made it clear from the beginning that he wasn’t interested in a romantic relationship with him, but Rory still cherishes what they have.
When Dima is knocked into the boards by a dirty hit and temporarily loses his memory, Rory’s frantic to stay by his side. But a careless word strikes a misunderstanding that spreads like wildfire, and now everyone thinks they’re married.
Rory’s not sure how to untangle the web he accidentally wove. He’s also not sure he wants to, now that he’s learned just how sweet Dima’s kisses are, but he knows he must if he wants to keep Dima’s respect once his memory returns.
But their general manager has his own agenda for presenting them as a couple, and now Rory and Dima have to convince the world they’re in love. That part’s easy. The hard part will be keeping Dima from figuring out the truth in Rory’s heart.
January 07, 2021
Felix Papillon is determined he’ll never be hurt again. He may look like he has his life together from the outside—starting goalie for the Portland Seabirds, fancy car, adoring fans clamoring for his autograph—but he won’t allow anyone to see the scars on his heart.
When he meets Fisher Montgomery in the back of a dimly lit bar, the attraction is instant and mutual. But Felix isn’t going to drop his guard just because of a pair of pretty brown eyes and excellent shoulders. He’s learned his lesson. So he gives Fisher a fake name, and he makes it clear from the beginning that no matter how compatible they are in and out of bed, their relationship will never be more than physical.
That’s just fine by Fisher. He’s got enough to handle being a closeted gay man teaching kindergarten in a conservative private school. Someday he wants to settle down, but right now, with student loans, an old car about to fall apart, and a parent taking an inappropriate interest in him, Fisher doesn’t have time to wonder why the man he’s sleeping with looks vaguely familiar.
For a while, things seem to be going just fine. But nothing lasts forever, and soon enough, both men will be forced to confront the ghosts of their pasts if they’re going to have any hope for a happy future.