'Destiel,' the Debut Novel by Jordyn Burlot, to Be Released by Copyhouse Press

First Time Novelist's Tale Will Appeal to All, Especially the LGBTQ Audience

Copyhouse Press is pleased to announce the upcoming release of "Destiel," the debut novel by romance author Jordyn Burlot.

"Destiel" is scheduled for worldwide release in paperback format on December 1st, 2015. The novel is a romantic tale of bittersweet forbidden love with particular relevance to the LGBTQ demographic, although it will appeal to all lovers of quality romance fiction.

Jordyn Burlot has brought a simplicity to what is at times an overly-complex genre with the all-encompassing message of "Destiel" - love is love

John Lawrence, Head of Client, Copyhouse Press

Jamie Jones, Head of Marketing at Copyhouse Press said that "Burlot is one of those rarest of writers... someone with their finger firmly on the energetic and vibrant pulse of today's popular culture and with the unerring eye for the 'next big thing' that only the master storyteller has. Jordyn's work is already outstanding, so with a debut this strong, we're really looking forward to where it goes from here."

John Lawrence, Head of Client Services, agrees - "Jordyn Burlot is a fresh and vibrant voice who has come along at just the right time with just the right tale to invigorate and energise imaginations everywhere."

Copyhouse Press of London are a provider of premium publishing, editorial and design services and have a growing international reputation.

Copyhouse Press and Jordan Burlot are pleased to release the following extract from "Destiel" -

"I reach his hotel room in the early hours. The low orange light from the table lamp flickers upon my arrival, causing a warm glow to dance across his pale complexion. He is on top of the bedding and I notice his ripped shirt lying on the floor next to him. I wonder what has happened to cause the tear, and then I am distracted by his creamy, satin skin. He is sleeping but not soundly, I know the lowest of sinister whispers will rouse him in an instant, and his hand, which is nestled beneath his pillow, will pull his gun. My heart races as I watch the rhythm of his chest while he breathes deeply. He’s alone, he’s always alone these days. I long to lay beside him and whisper how I feel but I cannot. I hold my thoughts together. I have to. I know I can never earn back my wayfarer’s wings if I give in to this temptation. I will remain without my powers, my grace of flight, abandoned and imprisoned within my own imperfection forever..." ​

Jordyn Burlot is available for interview and can be contacted via Copyhouse Press