I don’t think it has ever happened, but I have two new releases out that are both sequels. I can’t begin to describe how excited I am by this. I’m the first to admit I’m terrible at following up with secondary characters I’ve introduced.
I have the best of intentions but time seems to get away from me and the old adage of “out of sight, out of mind” becomes true. I’m not an absence makes the heart grow fonder kind of gal. Therefore to set the task of writing a sequel AND finishing a sequel I’d started eons ago is a huge win for me.
It seemed only fair that all four books get some time in the spotlight!
When Opposites First Attract
Opposites attracting is a common catch phrase used when two people come together to form an unlikely couple. What’s rarely seen is when those opposites first attract, except for now. Sophia Wallace and Riley Oliver are two shifter wolves convinced they have nothing in common, but the stress of a Pack wedding can form even the most unlikely alliances. Will Sophia and Riley make this a permanent union or will they chalk it up to a wedding one-night stand?
Alexis Wallace and Basil Santiago are from vastly different worlds, but what they have in common is the need to be free. Alexis from the stress of helping to plan the fiasco her sister called a wedding and Basil from the grind of working as an undercover Federal Agent in a biker gang. They each set in motion the things they needed to accomplish their goal until a chance meeting in a dive bar results in some unexpected surprises.
All of Me
(Book 1 Ambrose Family Series)
As a man who spent the majority of his time calculating for a living there wasn’t much that Grant Carter couldn’t account for. Or so he thought until he found himself suddenly snared by eyes the color of jade and an inviting smile. A smile that haunted him once it was suddenly gone. After one night with Charlie Ambrose he finds himself more than a bit obsessed with the woman who slipped quietly out of his bed leaving a simple note along with the remnants of her scent. When Grant starts his mission to locate her, he wants nothing more than to get her to admit she felt what he did but the moment he lays eyes on Charlie again, it’s brought to his attention that he wasn’t the only one left with a reminder of her time in his bed.
I Hadn’t Anyone Til You
(Book 2 Ambrose Family Series)
Edward Ambrose isn’t particularly sure how morally reprehensible a man had to be to entertain thoughts of sex at a funeral but when faced with endless legs, perfect skin and a mouth that is criminally wicked, can he really be condemned? He is, however, pretty certain that every secretive fantasy he’s had over the years about friend and former classmate Mia Peyton has somehow snowballed into something major, something incredible, illogical and terrifying in the wake of her adoptive grandmother’s death. It’s something that he can’t let go of.
The moment things begin to bleed from casual to, “Where should I put my overnight bag?” Edward is ready to dive off the cliff head first in anticipation of the impact. There seems to be one small issue–Mia.
His statuesque beauty is a lot less spontaneous. He just needs to show her that often times tragedy can give birth to groundbreaking pleasure…
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