Want to know what appeared in my inbox yesterday? A book cover, yay!
Black Bird is a story I wrote a long time ago, but I never did fix that last little bit. So for more than a year, I had it on every to-do list I wrote, until I finally decided that enough is enough. Either I fix the things I needed to fix or I delete it.
I didn’t want to delete it.
So if pushy, growly werewolves is your thing, then keep an eye out because on May 16th another one will be released into this world. Nash isn’t the smoothes guy out there, and he isn’t the best listener, but in his defence, his mate keeps telling him to leave him alone. He can’t do that.
More information will follow shortly, but for now, I give you the cover.
After seven years of being on the move, Arlo Barman wants nothing more than a place to call home. But unbeknownst to him, Arlo is a caladrius healer, so staying in one place has never been an option. The compulsion to separate himself from those he’s healed is all-consuming and leaves him little choice but to pack up yet again.
Nash Silver is the only werewolf in his small coastal town. Living undetected in a human world is imperative for his kind, and he and his small circle of friends—a vampire and a psychic—have done so for decades. But Nash’s anonymous existence is jeopardized when a man with an enticing scent moves into town. From the moment Nash lays eyes on the stranger, nothing is more important than being close to him. Not even guarding his secret.
Arlo isn’t interested in a relationship or even a date, his past has taught him nothing good comes from it, but the rather pushy local popping up everywhere he goes has his heart somersaulting. If his heart is somersaulting or not doesn’t matter, because when Nash gets injured, Arlo is the only one who can save him.
Having used his powers, Arlo has to leave Nash and the cozy town he wanted to make his home, but can Nash survive being separated from his mate?