Sunday, March 14, 2010

I'm really excited to report that Forbidden: The Temptation is a Top 10 Best Seller over at My BookStore and More and Under Fire just received a 5 star review from A History of Romance. Woo hoo! Since it just released recently, I thought I'd post the summary and link:

There’s a fine line between man and beast…one only the heart can cross.

Forbidden, Book 4

A year ago, Jacob Madison got more than he bargained for during a rock-climbing trip to Yosemite. A freak accident left him badly injured, at the mercy of the elements—and the wolves who rescued him. If it hadn’t been for them, he’d be dead. He’d also still be human. Now he’s back, hoping to find out who he is and what he’s become. Instead, he finds smart, sexy Allison Connelly.

A forensic psychologist, Allison is newly divorced and proudly standing on her own two feet…until an unexpected storm shears off the snow bank she’s standing on. She plunges down an icy ravine, thinking she’s heading for oblivion. Then she lands in the arms of a tall, dark Texan. Jake.

Brought together by circumstance and bound by passion, secrets from their past threaten their future before it can begin. And somewhere in the mountains lurks a rogue Were turned serial killer. Whatever the danger Jake’s inner beast poses to Allison, there’s only one way to protect her—unleash it. Even if it costs him her love.

This book has been previously published and has been revised and expanded from its original release.

Warning: This book contains raging winter storms, truly inspiring sex, a kick-butt heroine, and one very hot, dirty-talking cowboy…who’s sometimes furry.

On a personal note - my son is running in his very first track meet on Thursday. He's really excited about it and I'm excited for him. Track is something I know NOTHING about, so this will be a new experience for me. It sounds like he's going to be running the 300 hurdles and the open 100. We'll see. Regardless, I'll be there cheering him and the team on. He's been training every day after school with the team, which means he can't really start homework most nights until 5:30 or 6:00 pm. For three weeks now he's been burning the candle at both ends, late nights of homework, getting up early for school, and practice. He's holding his own and most importantly seemingly enjoying it. 

Go Cavers!


1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Yay congrats.

...and gooooo Cavers!!!!!