So far there are three books in my Werewolves in Love series. They don’t necessarily need to be read in order, but characters who first appeared in Kiss and Kin show up again in Ready to Run. In order of publication, the books are:
If you click the covers they’ll take you to Samhain Publishing’s website, where you can read excerpts and purchase the books. If you prefer Amazon or Barnes and Noble, click the logos on the front page of the blog to see all my titles at these sites.
I’ve self-published a prequel of sorts to Yours, Mine and Howls. I say “of sorts” because it’s not a story with a beginning, middle and end. The Nanny Years tells the story of Cade MacDougall’s nanny problems, which are alluded to in Yours, Mine and Howls. Ginny Glass did the cover and I love it – the expression of weary exasperation on the wolf’s face is perfect for the story. Click the cover to go to Amazon.
I’m a member of a group blog; we call ourselves the Nine Naughty Novelists and my eight co-bloggers are some of the funniest, sweetest, toughest and most talented writers I know. A while back we got this silly idea to write a parody of a romance novel–we were thinking of category romances, but then we decided to throw in a vampire, and then a werewolf, and the next thing you know we’d written The Zillionaire Vampire Cowboy’s Secret Werewolf Babies, which has garnered sixteen very good reviews at Amazon and one very bad, and very confused, review. Click the cover to read an excerpt and decide if it’s worth $.99.
If You Give a Duke a Duchy Or, Love’s Savage Whiplash is our second book. I think it’s even funnier than Vampire, but the title isn’t as immediately identifiable as a parody. Wish someone would review it (hint, hint.)
Hey look! The Nine Naughties have written something else – this time an anthology of stories set in the Big Easy. Nine Nights in New Orleans is available on Kindle or in print! (Clicking on the cover image will take you to the Kindle edition because Amazon still hasn’t linked the two formats.)