A very happy book release day to two of my clients. First up, we have Shannon K. Butcher‘s fabulous BOUND BY VENGEANCE, an e-special release in her Sentinel series. This novella is available in various electronic formats only, and takes place shortly before DYING WISH, the next novel in the series, which hits stores in March.
The guilt that Defender Dakota Kacey feels about her brother’s death is all-consuming, making her determined to find and kill the demon who murdered him. But the leader of the Defenders is worried about what Dakota is capable of, and calls in Liam Lann to keep an eye on her. Dakota knows what kind of power a Theronai like Liam possesses, and agrees to bind herself to him if he’ll help her exact vengeance. But a bond to a Theronai is not a decision to make lightly, and as the search for the killer intensifies, Dakota will have to learn to trust Liam completely, or risk losing everything.
Big congrats to Shannon!
Next up is a book I’ve mentioned here before: MISS HILLARY SCHOOLS A SCOUNDREL by Samantha Grace. This fun Regency romance is Samantha’s debut novel, and has already garnered some lovely reviews, including a starred review from Publishers Weekly.
HE’LL NEVER SETTLE FOR ONE WOMAN… Debonair bachelor Lord Andrew Forest lives for pleasure and offers no apologies. But he receives a dose of his own medicine when his family’s entrancing houseguest beds him, then disappears without so much as a by-your-leave. He’d like to teach the little vixen a thing or two about how to love and man…if he can find her..
AND SHE WON’T SETTLE FOR HEARTBREAK… After the dashing man of her dreams is revealed as a lying scoundrel, heiress Lana Hilary is ready to seek a match with a respectable gentleman-if only they weren’t so dreadfully boring. Unable to rein in her bold nature for long, Lana flirts with trouble and finds herself entangled with exactly the type of man she’s vowed to avoid.
Big congrats to Samantha, as well!
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I bet that’s the best feeling for an agent, isn’t it?
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