Downey Series Missing Scenes:
NEW BEGINNINGS (A Tommy Gates and Kyle Anderson Flashback)
This short scene features a young Tommy Gates and Kyle Anderson and is set shortly before the flashback scene in the first chapter of First, I Love You in which Mickey finds Mary & Tommy. Rated G.
SPIN THE BOTTLE (A Dominic Valentini and Katelyn Anderson Flashback)
This is a look at the spin the bottle game that Kate references in Bird Day Battalion. Little Tommy Gates makes a brief cameo at the party. Rated PG.
ALL I WANT FOR CHRISTMAS IS MY TWO FRONT KNEES (A Dominic Valentini and Katelyn Anderson Flashback)
This is a short holiday scene between Dom and Kate set the Christmas before they get together in Bird Day Battalion. Published in A World of Joy Anthology. Rated G.
HER PRINCE (A Mickey Downey & Mary Gates Flashback)
This scene features a nineteen year old Mary Gates, freshly arrived in New York, talking with her new best friend Claire (Anderson) Underwood about the mysterious new man she started seeing, Michael…something or another. Rated PG.
CONVERSATIONS AT 30,000 FT (A Maeve Downey & Ginny Sommers Missing Scene)
This is a quick missing moment from Second of All set aboard the flight to Dublin that both Maeve and Ginny are on. Rated PG.
SPECIAL DELIVERY (A Kiki Downey & James Hoffman Missing Scene)
A Kiki Downey & James Hoffman missing love scene from First, I Love You set shortly after they “hook up” for the first time as Kiki puts it. Published in A World of Romance Anthology – Rated R, For Sexual Material.
SECOND CHANCES (A Mickey Downey & Mary Gates Flashback)
A flashback to when Mary tells Mickey she is pregnant with Tommy, and Mickey persuades her to be his mistress. – Rated R, For Language and Sexual Material.
LETTERS FROM MICKEY DOWNEY (Letters Mickey Downey wrote to his loved ones)
These are the letters referenced in The Downey Trilogy that Mickey wrote to his loved ones over the years. In the books, the reader rarely gets to see the contents of these letters so I have begun sharing them as periodic blog posts. Check back as I add more. Rated PG-13.