Obviously, there’s just way too much going on in my real life to keep track of the date. Stepped outside with the puppy girl and noticed that hey, it’s in the 50s, the wind is howling and the daffies are popping through the leaf covering….oh, man, it’s March….
Which means I have a new book out and completely lost track of the date. My bad — My Real Bad. So, without further ado, I have a March release from Harlequin Historicals. ‘At The Warrior’s Mercy’ is the final installment of Warehaven’s Warriors (the youngest daughter Beatrice finally finds the man who can make her swoon with a kiss) and at the same time it’s also the first book of what I call Warrior Wolves (four brothers–Gregor, Elrik the eldest, Edan and Rory of Roul) who are indebted to King David of Scotland for their lives~~and oh does he make his Wolves pay big time). And yep, it’s a medieval set in the 12th century.
The art department did a pretty good job with Gregor. For a description, I sent them a link to Roman Reigns (click here) so, minus the facial hair they got pretty close. LOL — little things like that make me happy!
I normally don’t read reviews — why torture myself without reason — but I did want to see if anyone remembered the book was out and to my utter relief, yes they remembered and there’s 3 really nice reviews — one from Romantic Times and the two on amazon — thank you, readers, you actually made my day!!!
If you’d like to peruse an excerpt, it’s HERE. And as usual, I’ve put the purchase links on that page also.
And now, I supposed it would be real nice to write a note to my newsletter subscribers begging forgiveness. . . sigh.