Pricks, alphaholes and jerk heroes
Jul 08, 2022 12:27 pm
I am super excited to share some stuff with you today...
I am currently working on three projects. One is a Christmas Short story. It will be a part of a Christmas anthology, but if I edit it in time, I might share it exclusively for you in my newsletter before July is over. The whole Christmas in July thing...
This short story is a part of the Shadows series, although it can be read as a standalone. If you read the series, any guesses who the story will be about?
The second project I am working on is book 5 in Necessary Arrangements series.
If you read the entire series then you know that two previous heroines Sam and Isabel have an older brother and... he is a bit of a prick.
Fine, maybe he is a lot of a prick. And he is getting his own book.
I've shared this meme on my Facebook page in my Facebook group, but if you're not on Facebook, I thought you'd appreciate it, too.
If you haven't read the series yet, book 1 is in Prime Reading program at the moment, so if you have a Prime membership you can read it for free. And the entire series is available in Kindle Unlimited.
The third project I am working on is a semi-secret project that will be out in January of the next year. So stay tuned!
Onto more book news.
If you read only in Kindle Unlimited you may have skipped my The Shadows series. It is a slightly darker and grittier series with a bit more adventure and mystery.
I am slowly working into getting them all in Kindle Unlimited and I will update once all of them are in.
Before I go, tell me, do you like your heroes to be pricks or do you prefer them to be fluffy on the inside?
That's it for now... I hope you're having a great week!
As usual I have some recommendations from my friends.
New Releases from my friends:
As the son of a respected horse-breeder, James Blythe never imagined himself mucking out stalls in the stables of Whitehall. However, the sting of his past fades whenever he’s in the presence of the newly arrived governess. Beatrice Linton’s beauty and unassuming manner captivate him, yet he knows that a woman of her status could never love a mere groom.
Soon, with his wit and wisdom, James wins the governess’s confidence and she entrusts him with her many astonishing secrets. Exultant, he realizes he may have a chance with this fascinating woman after all. But before he can secure her affections, another, more eligible suitor makes his intentions known.
Will James relinquish all hope of winning Beatrice's hand, even though it is sure to break his heart?
Love can be a devil and a saint.
Two men. One woman.
Two lies. One truth.
A happening that left London speechless.
A witness—the entire city.
On December 19th, 1851, a crime took place in the center of London. One of the few who knows what truly happened is Countess Alina Bronskaya.
But she will never speak of it.
The crime is her curse and her salvation.
Her culprits are the men who gave her their hearts.
One is a gentleman-devil.
The other is the Duke of Ravenaugh.
This is a story of redemption.
And in the center of it all—love. Passionate. Overpowering. Changing the course of history.
The sort of love that can ruin a man. The one that can save him...
"Flowers for the Devil" is a dark Victorian romance with tormented villain/ strong heroine/ forbidden love/ secret identity/ diverse characters tropes. It is NOT a love triangle. It has mature situations and themes which may be considered triggers for some. Readers' discretion is advised.