Monday, March 31, 2014

April Writing Update

Hi all - just a quick update on where we are.

As many of you already know, The Forgotten Prince, the third and final book in the Shifter Rebellion Series just released this past Wednesday.  I really hope you enjoy the final and have enjoyed the series overall.  I really liked Aleth's story, probably the most out of all three books.

A thought hit me today that now that both the Quads of Alpha S and Shifter Rebellion Series are now done, I no longer have anything falling into the Sci-Fi realm.  I love writing about other worlds and the rich characters who inhabit them.  I need to take a look at my schedule and start thinking about new alien worlds!

Currently, I am almost half-way finished with Phrenzy, Book Two in the Fire Dragons' Series.  So far -- I am LOVING Phrenzy.  He's probably one of the most well-rounded character I've written and feels so real.  Even if he's a dragon shifter!  There's a lot of heat in this tale.

I've got a series of shorts on the agenda next, a sexy trilogy of tales perfect for summer.  More will be coming about that as it gets closer, so keep your eyes peeled.

And after the first short releases, I'll be back to the dragons with Khaos, which will be the final Fire Dragon tale, and should be out in late April, early May.

Thursday, March 27, 2014

NEW RELEASE - The Forgotten Prince

The end is here, folks.  The Forgotten Prince is the final book in the Shifter Rebellion Series.  We end with Aleth, the forgotten prince.  I hope you enjoy his tale!

Third and Final Book in the Shifter Rebellion Series

Disfigured at birth, Aleth was marked for death in a too perfect shifter race. He survived unbeknownst to his father, until his remarkable power was brought to light.
Aleth was used by the invading Xakarrian Army to overthrow his own people. After years of abuse, Aleth held no love for his fellow shifters, but even so, the guilt of what he’d been forced to do weighed on him.
When his brother Agarri learns of his existence, Agarri sends a trio of Kannomite warriors to save Aleth. The hand-picked warriors know a thing or two about being different and Agarri hopes they can understand his brother’s pain and possible offer him the love he’s lacked for so long.
From the moment the triad meets Aleth, they can’t resist him, knowing he’s their fated mate. Years of loneliness tempt Aleth once in their hands, but he fears what the future holds.
There’s a war waged around them and the forgotten prince is the key to one side’s victory—the triad must not fail.


A rumbling sounded in one corner of Aleth’s room. He walked closer and saw the very walls trembling, the stones jostling slightly. When the wall began to open up, he jumped back, afraid.

Moments later, an overly large male exited the newly formed hole, which appeared to be a door of some sort. A secret passage? Aleth stared at the opening and knew he saw his freedom before him. If he could get past the giant.

Another two males exited the passage and stepped into Aleth’s rooms, these two smaller than the first, but just as unusual. One had a head full of white hair, while the other’s eyes glowed green instead of lavender like other shifters.

After so many years of being hidden away from the world, Aleth felt suddenly vulnerable. Even though he’d hated his prison, he was safe there. The three strong males who walked in didn’t make Aleth feel safe at all.

Excitement coursed through his body along with fear. His breathing shallowed, and his heart started to race as he took in their large, muscled bodies. These were not regular shifters, not the ones he was used to seeing. All three were handsome in their own interesting ways.

It wasn’t as if he’d never seen another male before, but a dark need grew within him as he looked at them. His cock stiffened and all Aleth could think about was offering himself up to the males, as some kind of sexual tribute. Aleth pushed the idea from his head, knowing it was insane to think it, but the many years of loneliness weighed on him. His past few years had only heightened his solitude. He only saw guards now or those he was forced to harm.

Aleth sensed a connection to them, but they were strangers. None of them looked familiar to him, yet he felt an awareness, as if his very soul knew them. They were warriors, he was sure of it. Exiled Kannomite warriors—an old tribe of shifters whom he’d never met but only heard stories of. Aleth had overheard the tales of their strength, power, … and sexual prowess.

“Who are you? What are you doing here?” Aleth asked, breathless in anticipation. Need spiraled in him and threatened to overtake him then and there. He wanted to be touched. Not manhandled as the guard did on occasion.

The large one spoke, his voice deep. “We are your rescue, Your Highness.”

Saturday, March 22, 2014

The Forgotten Prince - THE END IS HERE!

The Forgotten Prince, the final book in the Shifter Rebellion series (or as I like to call them -- The Whorehouse Diaries), is coming WEDNESDAY, MARCH 26th!! 

Prince Aleth was a unique character, to say the least, and his trio of untouchable warriors were very ready to touch and be touched.

Now I'm on to Phrenzy, the second installment of the Fire Dragon Trilogy next.  While Rhaege (part one) hasn't been a wild bestseller, it has gotten some great reader reviews thus far which is appreciated.  I'm excited about the series and there are grander plans in place for the dragon world.  Seven dragon houses leaves a lot of space there for more, hmm?

After Phrenzy, I think it's time to get in some fun shorts for summer reading.  I'll be working on a short trilogy of quick, hot reads.  More news to come there, but I plan on the first one arriving in mid to late April.

Khaos will follow, rounding out the Fire Dragon trilogy.

Wednesday, March 12, 2014

Rhaege's New New Cover & March Writing Update
So Rhaege got another cover tweak a couple of days ago.  On some of the websites, the dragon behind the guy's just made the whole thing look faded out and one tone, so the cover artist removed the background.

Just wanted to give you guys an update, in case there was any confusion.

And the covers for Phrenzy and Khaos have been adjusted the same -- the dragon removed.

I hate making changes like that on the fly, after a book has been pubbed, but it was a group decision that the cover was just too mottled and could barely be seen.  We can't win them all -- I loved the original cover, but understand the need for the change.

Rhaege doesn't seem to be as popular as other series I've worked on -- maybe dragon shifters aren't the thing right now.  As this was a planned 18 book series, I might have to rethink the pending schedule.

But I've also had some negative feedback on Adrian's Submission -- folks said they didn't care for it as well as others in the series.  To be honest, I forced that book out because I'd had so many requests for it, and really hadn't felt it as I wrote it.  I should've listened to myself and not forced the story.  I'm sorry if you guys didn't enjoy it.  But I've learned to listen to my gut from this point forward.  If a series feels right to end, I'll end it.

I'm currently working on the final Whorehouse title, The Forgotten Prince, which is going well so far.  After that, I have to take a little hiatus, but then will be back to writing Phrenzy hopefully near the end of March, beginning of April.  And then Khaos will follow soon after.

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