I’m so thrilled to share that today is release day for my debut paranormal romance, Veiled Target! It’s also the day I’m traveling to San Antonio for the Romance Writers of America national conference.
I had the best time writing Hugh and Tess’s story and hope readers love them as much as I do. Their relationship is messy and fun and action packed. They don’t want to like each other, but from the second they meet, they can’t fight the pull between them. Things get a little complicated, though, when Tess discovers Hugh is her next target. And when Hugh learns what Tess is up to, well let’s just say this alpha male isn’t going down without a fight.
If you enjoy light paranormal romance, I hope you’ll check it out. And to celebrate this special day I’m giving away a $5 gift card to either Amazon or Barnes & Noble. Just leave me a comment letting me know what your favorite supernatural being is and you’ll be entered. I’ll post the winner’s name on Monday in the comments section.
Because I’m traveling, I won’t be on the internet much this week, so I’d like to give a big shout out of thanks now for your comments and support! It means the world to me. Have a great week!
About Veiled Target…
Tracking down Veilers—non humans—is only a sideline for Tess Damon. Vengeance for her fiancé’s murder is her reason for living. But with two botched jobs on her record, if she fails to eliminate her next mark, she’s dead. She’s not afraid to die, but not before she gets even. Too bad fate has a really bad sense of humor.
Hugh Langston, a wolfen half shifter, lives to keep both humans and his pack safe. But when rogue humans kidnap his apprentice, his rescue mission is compromised by a hot-as-hell, kick-ass woman who makes him think only one thing: mine.
Tess tries to ignore her feelings, but temptation trips her up. Especially when Hugh figures out he’s her next target and forces her into an inconvenient alliance that tests all the laws against their attraction.
Now, with the line between good and evil getting blurrier by the minute, it becomes clear Tess’s only hope of living to see another day—and finding a murderer—lies with the one man she’s supposed to kill.