I've been absent from here for a while, but I've been working hard in that time and I have a book to show for it.
When I started to write this book, I thought I'd do something post-apocalyptic, similar to Given to the Savage, but I think I'm the ultimate pantser because it turned into a contemporary romantic suspense.
The one thing I did know I wanted to do was to write about brothers...and a ménage.
I'm thrilled to present the cover for Theirs To Take, which will be released this coming Wednesday, April 22nd.
Did I mention abduction, an auction, and brothers? Yes, brothers again... sigh...
Eva Webb didn't know what she'd find the night she secretly followed her fiancé. She had feared he was meeting another woman.
But it was so much worse than that.
"My fiancé betrayed me, stealing me in the night, packing me on that truck like an animal to be sold to the highest bidder."
But when the vehicle is ambushed, she is delivered into the hands of her fiancé's worst enemies: vigilante brothers who would stop at nothing to bring him down.
For Gabriel and Syn Rivera, hijacking the truck and stealing its cargo was another job, another way of taking back what was stolen from them.
Discovering Eva on board was a bonus.
They now held in their grasp the one thing that could take down an entire organization, making her a pawn in a deadly game — a game in which she would need their protection to survive. But that protection would come at a price: the brothers, who have always shared their women, would require Eva's submission.
Eva would soon learn, though, that in a world where criminals often wear two faces, lust can easily be confused for love — and putting your trust in the wrong people can be a deadly mistake.
Publisher’s Warning: Intended for mature readers. Over 18 only.
This romantic suspense includes MFM Ménage (no sexual contact between the men), graphic sexuality and elements of BDSM. If such content might offend you, please don’t buy this book.
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A huge huge huge thanks to Casey McKay, Cara Bristol and Trent Evans for their help in writing this blurb. Help and patience. Lots of patience. I should post what I started with someday just for laughs...
Another huge thanks to Rachel Olson who is responsible for that cover. She listened to what I was thinking, then pulled images together I may have overlooked and said 'wait, let me mock it up for you' and wow!
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