A mixed bag today!

Credit: ‘Sherlock’ – BBC

There’s a new batch of my books now available on all retail stores, including mine (and mine has a discount — see below).

The two-book Sherlock Holmes series will appeal to those of you who like romantic suspense and those of you who like historical romances.  Although these books appear to be anything but romances, they actually are romances — it’s just that the romance itself doesn’t play out upon the page, because Sherlock Holmes was a proper Victorian gentleman and would have rather stripped naked that professed to having feelings.

If it helps, think of Beneditch Cumberbatch as Sherlock.  I know it helps me read them in a whole new light, even though I wrote them long before the BBC’s Sherlock hit the airwaves.

There is a boxed set for the pair of them, too.

On the other hand, The Branded Rose Prophecy is a very, very long epic urban fantasy romance that draws upon Norse mythology.

This one is full of angst and heart rendering scenes, as Asher Strand, the hero, doesn’t have Sherlock’s sensibilities at all.

Think of Chris Hemsworth as Thor, or Alexander Skarsgard in just about any role, if you like role models for your heroes.

If you like fantasy romance, or urban fantasy, or epic fantasy, you’ll like this story.  Just don’t start reading late at night!

A Historical Mystery series

Sherlock Holmes

Chronicles of the Lost Years

Case of the Reluctant Agent

Sherlock Boxed In

 

 

 

An Epic Norse Fantasy Romance series

The Kine Prophecies

The Branded Rose Prophecy

 

 

 

 

 

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Want to hear about ALL the returns to the wild?

Because I have well over 100 titles, the process of releasing them all will continue into mid-September. From now on, I will only send news of each series to the appropriate channels (historical, SFR, paranormal, etc. — see the footer at the bottom of all my emails to pick and choose your preferred romances).

I know there were many of you deeply disappointed when I went all-in with Kindle Unlimited. I was, too, but at the time I saw it as a necessary business decision. I’m delighted that it hasn’t worked well enough to continue with it. I much prefer being available everywhere, and I think you do, too.

If you have any questions or concerns, just ask! Even if it’s just to cheer, or pelt me with olives; give me a shout! 🙂

Cheers,