Did you know all 3 books in the Fareious trilogy are now released?
No? Well, they are.
Meet James Farmer – the eldest brother who ended up changing his name. A billionaire playboy who’s about to meet his match. A woman who’ll get under his skin during a life-threatening situation, that neither think will survive. Yet, they do. But things get worse when James has to return to his past to keep her safe. A bigger threat appears and he’s not sure they can survive.
Next, we meet Hunter Fareious – the baby of the family. Having lost his love many years ago, he travels to Birmingham to watch over her from a far. But when she’s left injured after being targeted, she must begin to trust the one man who’s brought her warmth back. Yet, when both are abducted James bring in a elite bunch of mercenaries to find them. Can they?
And not forgetting the middle brother. With no soul-mate he’s their last chance at ending the threat. However, they never expected that to change. Now he has a woman in his life with a dark past. One which is about to haunt them and destroy all three couples. Can the threat be ended? Can they all live in peace?
These books are hot and steamy and have a BDSM subplot. All contain a full psychological romantic suspense story and are full length novels.
Yeah, I got the cover I wanted for the first in my Hunter’s series. By the way, that’s not the actual series title, just shortened stand-in. Don’t want to give too much away.
It’s stunning and I’d like to thank Kim at Atlantis designs for producing the prefect premade.
I’ve also got a second cover to match another premade I fell in love with. It was a standalone, but now a series of two – but will that change? Another thank you to Moorcrooft designs, who will hopefully deliver the latest cover to my collection tomorrow. They are going to match the typo and remove the border. The colour base is blue. Going to be a fab series.
Plots are outlined for all of the three above books, but the Fareoius trilogy must come first. I’m close to three quarters through the first edit of the first book. Hope to get that over to my editor by July. A month behind.
I’m nearly 20,000 into the second book, after deleting the whole 21,000 words last week. But it’s stronger and better.
And last but not least. Not been a bad month fore sales. So, a big thank you to my newest readers. Enjoy.
The main reason was because I get to keep full control of my book. Yes, I have to hire an editor, cover designers, find arc readers – all done by publishers if traditionally published, but I don’t have someone telling me to change the story, give the characters different names. I even know authors who are told to change the book’s name.
My editor is brilliant. I can fly ideas across her. She points out plot faults and problems. Makes comments on what needs changing, but at the end of the day, I make the final decision – usually I accept them all, she knows what’s she doing. Believe me, editoring isn’t easy.
Covers, which I’ve done myself, are now professionally done, apart from one series and that might change. The designer’s I use know what they are doing and the covers you’ll see coming through soon are great. If it’s not premade, they listen to what you want.
And the title remains the same. Characters I’ve grown to love aren’t changed. The book I put out there is the novel I wanted too. Just a hell of a lot better than my first draft.
I’m not dishing traditionally published books, they are just as good. But the time for Indie authors is growing. Give us a go. You can approach us just as easy, we don’t bite. We’ve just a friendly bunch who have stories to tell and will fight to do it.
Yeah! I’ve sent Falling for Katie through to Amazon review. Release date will be 19th April 2019 – that’s Good Friday. My Easter present to you all.
So, how about a cover? All done too.
This romantic suspense will keep you turning the pages.
Running a business isn’t as easy as it appears, which is something Katie Gowen figures out when she opens a flower nursery.
While on a delivery she’s snowed in at the hotel and must delay her return journey. When she can leave she crashes. Found with amnesia, she is held against her will. With no leads the police are stumped, and her parents call in a private investigator.
Finlay Gallach never wanted to return to Gretna. Bad memories still plague him, and he still carries the scars from a painful childhood. However, as he opens the email, which asks him to help with Katie’s case, his heart pounds at the photo of the woman. With no choice but to return, Finlay realises his own heart cannot be saved.
Can Katie be saved? Will her memory return and what about the boyfriend she already has?
Read their story as it unfolds with twists you won’t see coming.