Haven’t done this in awhile, but it’s time again.
This week marks the second birthday of my second publisher, Rebel Ink Press. They’ve got some great things scheduled, and as part of the team I feel the sudden urge to pimp my stuff.
There’s a Facebook Birthday Party starting this weekend. If you can’t get in, let me know and I’ll throw an invite your way.
I have two books through Rebel Ink, and because there’s a huge 25% off sale at All Romance eBooks this weekend, I’m going to tell you a little bit about them.
Kelly Ray Patrick is a sweet, southern girl who has never been lucky, either in finances or in love. But as the recent co-recipient of a lottery jackpot, she and her friends have set out on a Valentines-themed singles cruise in the hope of relaxing and meeting Mr. Right. Only, to Kelly Ray’s surprise, Mr. Right appears to be her best friend, Dominic James. Nic appears to be feeling the effects of the trip as well, and has discovered his own interest in Kelly Ray.
The only thing stopping them: their friend, Trevor, who has been carrying a torch for Kelly Ray since they were all kids. Will respect for that friendship be enough to stem the budding relationship, or will they throw caution to the wind and indulge in their desires?
Damaged divorcee Evangeline Wilson has agreed to join her friends on a singles
cruise to celebrate their new-found wealth. She is not exactly thrilled about the idea of stepping back into the dating world after her very recent and very bitter separation from her abusive ex-husband.
While struggling to fight her own inner demons, Eva finds herself in the company of a gorgeous stranger named Alejandro. He immediately turns on the charm and she fall hard… only, he is not quite honest with her at first about his real identity. Alejandro is the Captain of the Spirit of the Deep, and though he seems determined to focus all of his attention on Eva, she quickly begins to question whether he is capable of juggling such an important job, a major crisis, subversive crew members, and her delicate emotions all at one time.
These two books are part of a series… presented to you in the order they should be read. However, if you choose to read one before the other it won’t matter. They do stand alone perfectly fine.