In a couple of hours, anyone who’s pre-ordered Outside the Lines from Riptide will be able to download it two days before it comes out on the 18th!
There’s going to be a big old blog tour, coordinated by Riptide, too. Excerpts and posts and a chance to win a gift card, so check it out!
I’m really pleased with Outside the Lines. It was so much fun to write and I really wanted to branch out and show other types of HEAs. It’s already gotten some great reviews, including a starred review from Publishers Weekly, but…
…but book releases are scary, yo! Because once a book is out, it’s out. In reality, it’s been out for a while with ARCs and such, but now it’ll be OUT.
And you’ll get to meet Ian, Simon and Lydia and watch them build an interesting loving family through trials and tribulations and some foolishness on both Ian and Simon’s part.
It’s also slightly bittersweet for me, because Outside the Lines is also the second to last book in the Bluewater Bay series. Be sure to check out the very last book, New Hand by LA Witt, out on the same day.
But as series end, new series begin, and I have a new series coming! It’s called Twisted Wishes, and it follows the careers and love lives of the member of the up-and-coming rock band, Twisted Wishes.
The first book, Syncopation, will be released April 9, 2018. I don’t have a cover yet, but I do have a blurb! And preorder links!
Twisted Wishes front man Ray Van Zeller is in one hell of a tight spot. After a heated confrontation with his bandmate goes viral, Ray is hit with a PR nightmare the fledgling band so doesn’t need. But his problems only multiply when they snag a talented new drummer—insufferably sexy Zavier Demos, the high school crush Ray barely survived.
Zavier’s kept a casual eye on Twisted Wishes for years, and lately, he likes what he sees. What he doesn’t like is how out of control Ray seems—something Zavier’s aching to correct after their first pulse-pounding encounter. If Ray’s up for the challenge.
Despite the prospect of a glorious sexual encore, Ray is reluctant to trust Zavier with his band—or his heart. And Zavier has always had big dreams; this gig was supposed to be temporary. But touring together has opened their eyes to new passions and new possibilities, making them rethink their commitments, both to the band and to each other.
I’m hard at work on the second book, Counterpoint, which should come out in September.
In between now and then? Well, a certain fae couple is going to finally get a sequel. Be on the look out for No Quarter Given in July.
I wish you light and contentment at the closing of the year!