Excerpt Dawn and Dusk by Dirk Greyson

Friday, May 6, 2016

Title: Dawn and Dusk
Author: Dirk Greyson
Series: Day and Knight (Book 3)
Genre: M/M, Contemporary, Adventure
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press
Release Date: May 6 2016
Edition/Formats: eBook & Print
For Scorpion agents Day and Knight, their relationship is slow to develop, and trust is hard to build. Then Day’s brother, Stephen, goes missing, and Day finds out more about him than he ever dreamed. Day’s first reaction to Stephen’s disappearance is to try to get out to him as fast as possible. 
Knight initially holds him back so they can attempt to find out what they’re walking into. But when Knight sees Day’s desperation, he steps in to help and tries to calm the man he’s growing to care about, even though the trail is cold and clues are scarce. 
When Day witnesses his brother being shot live on television, he loses the last of his control. Despite the lack of answers, Day is more determined than ever to find out what happened. Stephen is all the family he has left. 
Bone-deep fear and adversity threaten to tear Day and Knight apart, but facing unimaginable hardship together might finally cement the bond between them.


“I didn’t mean to upset you.” Knight set his can on the table beside the leather sofa. “I was taking another trip down memory lane. Nightmare road. Whatever you want to call it. Your brother is fine, and you have nothing to worry about.” Knight clapped him on the shoulder. “Didn’t mean to be maudlin.”
“Does it happen often?”
“Me getting maudlin?” Knight asked. “You should know that. You’ve seen me like this more than anyone else, except Mark.”
Day smiled. “I was going to say acting human.”
“Smartass,” Knight quipped. “Let’s go to dinner.”
Day nodded and took the cans back to his tiny kitchen, rinsed them, and put them in the recycling. Then he got his coat from the back of the chair and carried it with him to the living room.
“Day,” Knight said, turning around from the table beside the door. “The mail must have scattered when I closed the door.” He held an envelope in his hand. “This has no return address and a Phoenix postmark. It was mailed four days ago.” He walked over and placed the letter in Day’s hand.
Day looked down at it. “Stephen never sends letters. He calls. This must be junk mail. They try to make it look important,” he said even as he broke the seal on the envelope. He pulled out the single piece of paper and opened it.
I’m in some trouble. I may be out of communication for a while, but I’ll call you as soon as I can. Don’t worry. I know what I’m doing, and I’ll be in touch as quickly as I’m able.
The note was unsigned, but Day would recognize his brother’s scrawling handwriting anywhere.

Dirk is very much an outside kind of man.  He loves travel and seeing new things.  Dirk worked in corporate America for way too long and now spends his days writing, gardening, and taking care of the home he shares with his partner of more than two decades.  He has a Master’s Degree and all the other accessories that go with a corporate job.  But he is most proud of the stories he tells and the life he's built.  Dirk lives in Pennsylvania in a century old home and is blessed with an amazing circle of friends. 

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Other Books in the Day and Knight Series
Day and Knight Book 1
Dawn and Dusk Book 3 


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