Come check out Sunshine Book Promotions blog for an excerpt of my new book The Miller’s Daughter!
Starting today and running through July 5, I’ll be touring around some fabulous blogs in promotion of my new release The Miller’s Daughter. Come check out I Heart Reading today for the kick off. Much thanks to Enchanted Book Promotions for the great job they did on the beautiful banner and getting the tour together. The tour schedule is listed below and is also located at I Heart Reading’s website. Thanks to all the hosts for their participation!
June 28th: Starter Day Party @ I Heart Reading
June 30th: Promo Post @ Book Club Sisters
July 1st: Book Excerpt @ Sunshine Book Promos
July 3rd: Promo Post @ Deal Sharing Aunt
July 4th: Book Excerpt @ Books, Books and More Books
July 5th: Book Review and Promo @ Passionate Encounters
July 5th: Book Review @ Nicky Peacock Author Bog
I just signed a contract with Twisted Erotica Publishing for my book, The Miller’s Daughter, and couldn’t be more excited. A link to my bio, as well as the cover art for The Miller’s Daughter can be found below. I’ll also be posting the cover art on this site. Thanks everyone at Twisted Erotica Publishing!
Yes! Can’t wait to check it out. I’m a Native American romance addict and I haven’t read a good one in a long time. This will probably start a binge reading session-LOL
Please welcome fellow Decadent Publishing author Jennah Scott to the blog with her latest release. I have to say that I am seeing more Native American romance out there these days. I just beta-read one for Haley Whitehall. So you’ll be seeing that one soon as well. But now Jennah:
by Jennah Scott
On a vacation she didn’t ask for, Annaliese Becker follows her muse from Dallas to Freewill, Wyoming. Along the way, she takes pictures and sketches monuments—like Devil’s Tower. A brief glimpse of a handsome Native American makes an impression on the artist.
Fulfilling a promise to his grandfather, Garrett Falcon stops at Devil’s Tower and spots a lovely woman. When he meets her in Freewill, he believes fate has spoken and pursues Annaliese—determined to convince her to stay in Freewill—with him.
Vacations are supposed to end, but her heart longs to stay in Freewill…
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