It’s that time of the year again. I’m coming out of my writing cave to give you an update on my latest projects!
My latest book will be released on May 4, 2015. For the Good of All focuses on Stone, a character you met briefly near the end of Betrayed: Book Two – The Road to Redemption. Here’s the blurb:
Elijah Stone – a man committed to justice; his heart is as hard as his body.
Held prisoner for years, he returns home to tie up loose ends only to find a psychedelic witch capturing his attention. When a rescue mission to Central America spins out of control, he’s forced to make a difficult decision. Every action has its own consequences. Can he live with the results, even if it is
‘For the good of all’?
The seventh instalment in the Law of the Lycans series.
Available May 4, 2015 at most ebook retailers - $2.99
“May the fourth be with you!”
- Jan, my friend and editor
“Looking too serious there, Stone.” Tina breezed by, her throwaway comment jerking him from his introspection. She expertly mixed some fruity concoction in a blender, added a liberal amount of alcohol and then poured it into the glasses she had arranged on a tray.
“Is looking serious against club policy?”
“It is on my shift.” She hefted the tray to shoulder height and prepared to make her way through the crowd. “I’ll be back in a few. I want to see you looking happier or I’ll have to take matters into my own hands.”
“I’m trembling with fear.”
“And so you should be.” She leaned closer and spoke in a whisper. “My spells have been known to bring a man to his knees.”
“Christina.” He leaned forward and whispered in her ear.
She blinked, her eyes losing some of their unfocused look. “Mmm?”
“Are your neighbours light sleepers?”
“I…I don’t know. Why?”
“Because tonight I’m going to make you scream louder than you ever have before.”
Her breathing hitched and he allowed the hint of a smile to curve his mouth.
“I’m going to take you hard, fill you so deep you’ll never be able to forget the feeling. Do you like that idea?”
She licked her lips and swallowed before slowly nodding. “Y...yes. Please.”
“Good. Because I like it, too.”
“I had a vision.”
Ah. Gwyneth hated having visions. They always put her in a bad mood.
“What was it about?” Tina didn’t really want to know. She wanted to get back to the bar in case there was a chance she could catch a word or two of Stone and Reno’s conversation. Still, one had to tread carefully around the older witch and a show of interest might be prudent.
Gwyneth gave a nod of approval and leaned back in her chair, her eyes half closed as if she were seeing the vision again. “It was about a wolf and witch. They were facing each other, bathed in a pool of silver light. The witch stretched out her hand but the wolf bared its teeth, snapping and growling. She didn’t heed its warning but continued to step closer. It lunged at the witch and the light that had surrounded her changed from silver to blood red. Then the witch vanished from sight completely leaving the wolf howling in the darkness.”
“Oh.” Tina tried to hold back a shiver as a chill washed over her.
RELEASE DAY PARTY!
Be sure to visit the Law of the Lycans fan page on release day. The amazing team of Carmen and Kalia have been working hard to create a fantabulous event with great contests and giveaways!
One of my oh-so-talented fans made a great trailer video for the book. Check it out:
Yes, many of my books are now available in paperback through Amazon and the other should be appearing very soon!
What will I be working on next?
Daniel and Tessa are still waiting for their turn at happiness, as is Armand. Gwyneth, who you will meet in this new book is also tickling my imagination. I have a rough outline for a standalone and then, if I ever find time, Forever in Time has a potential sequel. Plus, Jan Gordon (Black Silk, Life in the Shadows) and I have been collaborating on a novella that should be making its appearance around Christmas.
I think that’s enough to keep me busy, don’t you?
Until next time,