Hot SEAL, Labor Day is Released! Marliss Melton has a new one out too and another excerpt from Hot SEAL, Midnight Magic
Hello Dear Readers:
I'm glad to report that we have semi-recovered from the lightning strike.
To keep my mind off of that, I've been working steadily on the next book. Deep Within The Mind, book 3 of the Superstition Series. It's been a long time coming since I got more involved in my SEAL books (LOVE those SEALS) and put off writing the last book of the trilogy. I expect to finish the book mid-November and it will be out sometime in January. Here's the cover.
On to other news!!
My dear friend, Cynthia D'Alba's Hot SEAL, Labor Day will be out August 31st. She's amazing. She's released two books back to back. Brave lady!
For the past twenty-two years, Rebecca Henry has walked on the stage and performed piano concerts for thousands. Now she exhausted, frustrated, and in hiding from her manager, her tour director, and her parents, unsure if she wants to go on.
Where can a woman with serious life problems find a professional problem-solver? Who would have thought it would be on a backroad in California?
Navy SEAL Chuck Suzuki has been living a lie for years. The time has finally come to redeem himself. But choosing Team and Country over ties of loyalty that go back decades puts Chuck in greater peril than his work as a SEAL ever has. Of all the times for Chuck to meet the woman of his dreams—this has got to be the worst.
With the FBI tracking Chuck’s every move and with Kelly’s cover in danger of exposure, how can their burgeoning love affair possibly survive the fallout?
Psychic Mia Blanchard knows there’s always a price to pay for the best things in life, but she’s shocked by the dramatic change in Gage. Gone is the lighthearted Cajun who played guitar in the New Orleans clubs. What has happened to make him cut himself off from his home and family? She needs to find out, because she can’t move on until she puts their past behind her.
But there is more than their personal history in play. She sees danger ahead for them both. But Gage never believed in her gift in the past. How can she convince him to trust it now?