Happy spring, or happy fall, depending on where you are!
For me it’s spring, especially since Ice Out was declared in New Hampshire yesterday, which means the M/S Mount Washington is clear to travel to all five of her Lake Winnipesaukee ports. Usually this is the time of year I start looking forward to opening camp and getting my RZR ready to hit the ATV trails, but this spring we’re staying home, social distancing, and washing our hands frequently.
On to the latest news!
Here We Go is finally available in a paperback edition from Amazon! I’m going to try to figure out how to make it available elsewhere in the future, but my 2020 writing schedule is hectic until mid-summer (at least) and I wanted to make it available as soon as I could for readers who prefer the print format.
A hockey player climbing back to the top of his game blows up the sport’s hottest rivalry when he unknowingly indulges in a one-night stand with his rival’s sister.
Kristen Burke isn’t a hockey fan. She grew up in the shadow of an older brother destined for the Hockey Hall of Fame and she wants nothing to do with hockey players. She’s focused on her career and nailing the promotion she’s worked hard for. She also likes to have a little fun, but when the hot, bookish guy she brings home for a night turns out to be her brother’s fiercest on-ice rival, all that work might be for nothing.
Will “Cross” Lecroix is stuck in a city that hates him, doing a conditioning stint after an injury incurred during a fight, and a quick fling with a beautiful woman seems harmless enough. Not even twenty-four hours later, he’s in the media spotlight sporting a bruised jaw and being asked if the rumor he spent the night with Erik Burke’s sister is true.
Making a split-second decision meant to save her reputation with her conservative boss, Will announces he and Kristen have been dating. With her promotion potentially at risk, she has no choice but to play along—and the playing part isn’t bad at all. The more time they spend together, the more the line between pretend and real blurs, but Will’s return to his team looms over them. As the clock runs out on their fake romance, they have to decide—is what they have the real thing, and is it worth the price they’ll pay?
Paperback edition includes bonus short story, A SECOND SHOT
Just keep in mind that Amazon is understandably prioritizing the shipping of items people need over items people want, so there will be an extended shipping time. (I haven’t even received my copies yet!) If you haven’t read it and don’t want to wait, don’t forget it’s available for instant gratification in e-book format!
In other news, my Blackberry Bay series from Harlequin Special Edition kicks off July 1st with More Than Neighbors, and I have a cover to share with you!
The only thing they have in common is a property line!
He’s trying to uncover his past.
She’s hoping for a brighter future.
Cam Maguire is in Blackberry Bay to unravel a family secret. Meredith Price has moved next door with her daughter. He’s unattached. She’s a widowed single mom. He’s owned by a cat. She’s definitely team canine. All these neighbors have in common is a property line. One they cross…over and over. And Cam thought he knew what he wanted—until his family’s secret changes everything.
You can find preorder links (and read the first chapter) on my website:
And for those of you who love audiobooks, I’m thrilled that my Devlin Group series will be releasing in audio every two weeks, starting April 14th!
You can preorder them here: https://www.audible.com/series/The-Devlin-Group-Audiobooks/B0859N6MPR
The Devlin Group is also available in e-book format from Hoopla, if you have a library card!
I think that’s it for now. I hope you and your loved ones stay safe, and happy reading!