Thursday, December 28, 2017

NEWS, News, news...

I made this announcement in my December newsletter but wanted to make it here as well. The marshals will be out in March now due to some behind the scenes excitement with new distribution opportunities—mass market release for Timing! Woot!—as well as my little Valentine’s Day ficlet blowing up into a full-fledged novella that I will now be releasing exclusively on Instafreebie so you can all snap it up and download on the 14th of February. 
The novella went from being just a dinner between Jory & Sam and Miro & Ian to having things happen in it that even when I tried, didn’t organically fit anywhere in the 4th marshal book. There’s the function where Miro finally learns how Dreo Fiore connects to Sam (and the gun), and about Duncan and then what happened to Sam’s first boss Clint Farmer. So while I wish the Marshals could have made it for Valentine’s Day, I’m really excited about the novella too. And the amazing Reese Dante is doing the cover for me so that’s awesome too. I really hope that you all think that Miro and Ian, their last time out, will be worth the wait. Love you all. :)

Tuesday, December 12, 2017

Audio Tuesdays with Jessie Potts

Hello all, welcome to another Audio Tuesday, and Jessie Potts is here again from the HEA blog to talk about some of her most recent audio recommendations.


This time I have an eclectic gathering of audio treats for your ears! We have a hero who can fly, a Family funeral home and bait shop, and finally a historical Christmas romance! (oh and if you haven’t checked out Audible Romance you need to!)

When a Lioness Growls by Eve Langlais, narrated by Natasha Soudek
Eve is always a favorite of mine because her books are so steamy and she always has me laughing. This one is the seventh in the A Lion’s Pride Series (Book one is When an Alpha Purrs) but it can be read as a standalone. Our heroine is a lioness shifter, while her hero is a whampyr. There’s hilarity, steam and of course the typical Langlais heroine sass. Perfect for those interested in a paranormal romp!

Sweet Tea and Sympathy by Molly Harper, narrated by Amanda Ronconi
This is the first book in her new Southern Eclectic series and Molly Harper writes the best sweet contemporaries. This one has a one stop shop with a funeral home and bait shop, and is in the small town of Lake Sackett Georgia. The hero is an Elementary school principal and our heroine is an elite event planner. It’s adorable!

Once Upon a Christmas Eve by Elizabeth Hoyt, narrated by Ashford McNab
This short (only three hours) is a must for the holidays and for those who love historicals! There’s a bah humbug Viscount and a heroine who loathes rakes. A snow storm throws the two together and while it’s a whirlwind romance (hah three hours!) it’s the perfect break between shopping, wrapping presents and wrangling garland!

That's all everyone, hope you enjoy these great audio gems.