It’s Bram & Sweet’s book release day!!! RUNNING BLIND is available everywhere you buy your ebooks and print books (and I’ll be populating the order links on the book page as the book goes live everywhere). You can read Chapter One here 🙂
An ATF agent who lives for danger finds what he craves from an outlaw biker.
It’s impossible for a one-percenter motorcycle club member to simply walk away—and no one knows that better than undercover agent Bram, who’s almost killed for trying. His cover isn’t blown—yet—but it’s only a matter of time. The Heathens won’t be satisfied until he’s dead, so he decides to lay low and heal.
But when his younger brother’s disappearance throws a wrench into his plan, Bram ends up in Shades Run, a town ruled by the notorious Havoc MC. In less than twenty-four hours, Bram finds himself at the mercy of Sweet, Havoc’s president, as he throws himself into the undercover role of a lifetime: himself. A man who’s never belonged anywhere, and who will do anything to protect his younger brother.
When finding Linc seems impossible, Bram is torn between Sweet, Linc, and revealing his true identities . . . and there appears to be no way out. Once again, he risks it all trying to save it all. Only this time he’s got no backup to save him if he falls.
In other news, if you didn’t hear, I handed in IF I EVER (Prophet’s 4th and final book!) to my Riptide editor this past Friday 🙂 I’m assured by Riptide that you won’t have to wait too long for publication and I’ll let you know when / as I’m editing.
And one more re-release – I’ve finally gotten NO BOUNDARIES back up for sale (I got the rights reverted to me from Samhain and I had to reformat and all that good stuff)…again, I’ve just hit publish so the links will take up to 72 hours to repopulate. This book series is a spin-off of Men of Honor and it includes Law / Paolo / Styx from Bound By Law.
Again, thanks for the patience and trust in me. I know it hasn’t been easy and trust me, it hasn’t been easy for me. I’ve gotten some amazingly supportive emails and messages (and I love you guys for that), and some not so supportive (aka people emailing to let me know they just threw my books into the garbage) and all I can say is, having a chronic illness sucks. Having two and not knowing it? Sucks even harder, and yeah, it does mean that I barely had the energy to be a mom, and yes, it really was too hard to answer emails / post blogs / write books. Honestly and literally. More on that later, but for now, I’m back up and running and writing. I’ve done more writing (and finishing) in the past month than I have in four years and thanks to finding the right doctor, I can finally say that I’m going to be continuing.