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It has been a busy summer and fall between finishing edits and galleys for Duke du Jour and the release of Betting on Cinderella by Soul Mate Publishing on October 18. And to celebrate the release of the second book in The Cinderella Romances series, Cinderella Busted, received a fresh new look.
In Betting on Cinderella, Garrett Tucker returns from Cinderella Busted. He unexpectedly inherits his grandfather's casino empire and is forced to step into the reclusive billionaire's shoes as the "Prince of Vegas."
The release date for Duke du Jour--the first book of my Lords in Time series published by The Wild Rose Press--will be announced in the very near future. In this historical time-travel romance, Jared Langley, present-day thirteenth Duke of Reston, tumbles into an eerie, abandoned fountain on his ancestral estate and awakens in 1816, where servants and neighbors think him a dead ringer for his namesake and rakehell ancestor, the seventh Reston duke gone missing at the battle of Waterloo.
Between interviews and book tours for my new release, my works-in-progress at the moment are Par for Cinderella and Earl Away. Aidan Cross returns for his own story in this third book in the Cinderella Romances series, and the Earl of Dexter insisted on his own tale for the second book of the Lords in Time series. You'll have to wait to see which story is finished first.
Another book also hovers on the horizon for the Mystery Angel Romance series—possibly with the return of One-Eyed Jack, one of Sean MacKay's Teammates in The SEAL's Angel. The cast of characters are different for each stand-alone love story in the series, but the novels are similar in that an angel has been hidden within each plot. The angel's identity is not officially revealed until the finale unless the reader figures it out first.
On my Books page, you can sample the first two chapters of each of my releases. Please try one of my stories, and when you're finished, drop me a line and let me know what you think. I wish you happy reading or happy writing -- take your pick.
Always my best,