An interview, a release, and so much more!
As 2010 ended my second year with Total-E-Bound and being published just seemed to fly by. 2011 exploded and January was a packed full month.
The second part of the month started with me being interviewed for the author spotlight here at Total-E-Bound. Hopefully you learned a little more about me and my stories. If you missed it you can still catch the interview on the Author Sptlight page.
And wow! was I ever excited to see the fourth book of the Were Chrinicles Pack Rogue being released. Most of you know that The Were Chronilces were my first series here and as I've been shocked and so very pleased with how well they've done I still get so nervous when the books are being released. Everytime is like the first time and I hope the feeling never goes away!
Here is a little more about Pack Rogue- Released Jan 18th!
The Rogue meets the Alpha...and their worlds explode.
> Rogue Kiley Palmer doesn't have a pack. Although deep down, she does want to be part of one, she tries to convince herself she doesn't need pack life. But that all changes when she meets her new mate...an Alpha.
> Austin Winters is visiting a friend when he runs into the one person he never thought he would find—his mate. Convincing Kiley she wants him? Not nearly as difficult as getting her to accept her position in his pack...
Kiley Palmer sat scrunched down inside her SUV, well-hidden by the tinted windows as she held a camera up and snapped off pictures. The old man had been right. The fourth Mrs. Douglas was having a visitor every morning as soon as her husband left for work.
> "Gotcha," she whispered to empty air as she snapped off four more pictures before the front door of the large house closed.
> She set the camera down and prepared herself for the wait. All week she had been staking out the home of her client, Edward Franklin Douglas the Third. The man knew his young thirty-year old wife was cheating on him, and Kiley had just finished collecting the reminder of the evidence to provide to her client. She would snap off a few more pictures as the man left then she would be done with the job.
> As private detective work went, this had been simple. Easy money. Mr. Douglas had known his wife was not being faithful and, to protect his money, he had needed proof.
> Kiley reached for her coffee and found the cup empty. Damn, she thought as she sat back with a sigh. She was contemplating running to the closet convenience store to grab another cup when a knock on the passenger window startled her.
> She jumped, her hand going to her heart. The grin from the man on the other side of the glass annoyed and amused her at the same time. She rolled her window down.
> "Detective," she greeted.
> Detective Gray Mason continued to grin as he leant against her door. "Kiley, how's it going?"
Kiley shrugged. "Fine, until you scared the living daylights out of me."
He chuckled in response.
Kiley crossed her arms over her chest and gave him her best pout.
Unfazed, he continued to smile. "All done here?" he asked.
Kiley looked to the house and back at him. As Gray turned serious, she knew it wasn't so much a question, but his telling her she was done. She nodded.
He opened her door and held out a hand. "I need you to come with me."
She rolled her shoulders and stepped from her vehicle, ignoring his hand. He stepped back giving her room as another man stepped up and drew her attention. Kiley frowned at the guard. She didn't know Wyatt well but he had a reputation of being a hardcore fighter.
"What's going on?" she asked Gray, her eyes snapping from one man to the other. Dread scrawled up her spine as unease settled in her stomach. This couldn't be good.
"He needs to see you," Gray told her quietly.
Kiley shook her head and started to back up towards her SUV. "No." She knew what this weekend was about. She'd seen the many cars which had driven through town on their way up to the compound.
Gray's hand on her elbow stopped her. "It'll be okay. I'll stay with you," he promised.
Kiley's heart sank. It had been months since her presence had been requested at the local Alpha's residence. Always it had been when few people had been around.
"Come on," Gray urged with a gentle tug.
So there you have a sneal peek- And that's not all. I have more for you!
Next month will see the release of the second book in The corporate wolves series- Losing Control.
March follows with a new shifter novel- The Shifter and the Dreamer.
While April will bring a hot and steamy new vampire book- Vamps in the City.
I'm ready to take 2011 by storm and hope you stay with me for the ride.
Happy Reading everyone- it's our time now!