Yikes! Sorry about forgetting that Tuesday actually follows Monday—but in my defense it was Labor Day and I enjoyed the last day of summer right down to the dregs. It was dreamy. I read. All. Day. Long. Bliss!!! Actually I read post 2 in the afternoon. Before that I took my parents to lunch since it was their 50th wedding anniversary. It was amazing and miraculous to see that people still get to hit that jaw-dropping milestone. I'm planning a big party for them later in the month so the afternoon was low-key but it still felt dreamlike. The day was set in a perfect warm summer haze so everything felt magical. I told my husband we both need to survive long enough to hit our 50th because it's on my bucket list. One of my sons agreed to take us to Chuck E. Cheese on that momentous day so it's all set. I might have to usurp him when the time comes. But I digress!
Book news! I have another cover reveal coming soon (possibly Friday) stayed tuned!
*BEAUTIFUL ILLUSIONS is done and in the hands of my editor and betas!!! Look for a release date soon. I'm thinking mid to end of September.
*THE DRAGON AND THE ROSE is front burner! Yes! I'm finally back on Paragon full time. *Waves at all the handsome boys that the island has to offer* Lots of surprises, a few jaw dropping moments, and an ending you won't want to miss. I promise. :)
*A THOUSAND STARRY NIGHTS - Oh Aspen. Oh Carter. How I love your twisted love story. This is book 2 of The BURNING THROUGH GRAVITY series. *sigh* I cannot wait to dig in deep. I'm still writing scenes in this one, too and outlining like crazy. I have to say, I like Aspen as much as I liked Stevie.
On to the teasers!
Beautiful Illusions (Beautiful Oblivion #2)
*Can be read as a standalone.
His kisses trail down my neck, and it all feels familiar. It feels like home, like love. His mouth glides over the fabric of my nightgown soft and rhythmic as a poem.
The Dragon and the Rose (Celestra Forever After #2)
(Demetri to Gage) “What kind of love do you have for this woman if you’re so eager to give her away?”
I choke on my response. The stock answers I had already spewed out a thousand times before seem stale in the harsh light of the truth. I could have everything—more than I ever wanted or imagined. Why the hell was I so eager to piss everything away? All I know is that I had grown—grow up, or simply woke up and was beginning to realize there isn’t a damn thing I want to throw away—least of all myself. My love for Skyla is strong. And the last thing I want to be is dead.
Hope you enjoyed! Have a great rest of the week!
And don't forget BURNING THROUGH GRAVITY is now available!