Wow... how time flies when you're busy with book deadlines, having renovations done and trying not to get yourself killed in the icy weather that's descended upon us in the last few weeks. You know I never knew how much work was involved for the homeowner when renos were being done. That's just a heads up for anyone planning on doing them... all the meetings and questions and where do you want this? How do you want that? Etc…it is practically a full-time job. Ah well, another couple months and it will be done. YAY!!
Anyway, I have a new book coming out at the end of February called Immortal Ever After. This is Anders's story and we finally get a chance to know who this dark, reticent, 600-year-old vampire really is. Anders has worked for Lucian right from the start yet we barely know anything about this rogue hunter other than he's Russian, he doesn't like to chit-chat and, surprisingly enough, he seems to have a soft spot for dogs. As luck would have he literally stumbles upon his life mate Valerie while on the job going after a rogue serial killer vampire. Only now Valerie has an intense fear of vampires. Hmm... I wonder how she'll take the news that Anders is also a vampire.
Then at the end of June I have another hysterical historical coming out titled An English Bride In Scotland. (I just can't seem to get away from writing about those Scottish men and their lovely plaids!) This story is about Annabel, a young woman who was sent away when she was only seven to become a nun. However, before she can take the veil, her mother shows up at the abbey out of the blue and drags her home where she learns she is expected to marry a Scot in her missing sister's place. The problem is the Abbey and the nuns were all she's known for fourteen years. There weren't a lot of males around the abbey, just the frail old priest who gave mass… and her husband-to-be is this huge, rough-looking, walking wall of muscle-rippling, spicy-smelling, rumbling-voiced man. Oh lord... her life has definitely taken a new and unexpected path.
Stay safe everyone. We're at the tail end of the winter season now and the ice will be a constant reminder to us to drive with caution and be mindful of where you walk.... or just stay indoors and have everything delivered. LOL