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Perfect Alignment Release Day!

I had so much fun revisiting the “world” from Perfect Formation, and getting to have a little more interaction with Taryn, Richard and Caleb. I talked about it here, so I won’t go on and on again. It’s also been a very interesting experiencing self-publishing a book for the first time. There have been some timing mis-haps, but otherwise it has been busy but still enjoyable.

I worked with a wonderful editor and fantastic cover artist, and I’m very pleased with the final product. At this point, all of the retail sites are live, except Kobo and Apple. Hopefully those will come online shortly.

If you have any questions, if I missed a retailer or a file type that you would like, please let me know and I’d be happy to look into it.

For the cover, blurb, excerpt and purchase links, please visit the book page here.

I hope you enjoy Perfect Alignment!

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Perfect Alignment

As I mentioned earlier, I have one book out on submission, but another one that I’ve finished the rough draft and have decided to self-publish. It is set in the same “world” as my contemporary menage, Perfect Formation. Unlike PF, this book is not about three people making a relationship, but the hero and heroine do enjoy some serious sexy-times with the hero’s best friend when he comes to town. They even manage to surprise themselves with it, and kind of surprised me, as well. But I’ll let you find out about that when it comes out 😉

I haven’t written the official blurb, at least not a draft that you’d actually want to read, so I’ll just tell you about it. In Perfect Formation, you met Taryn and her guys, Caleb and Richard. Taryn owns a coffee shop, called Grounded, in North Fork, Massachusetts. One of her employees is Emma, a student at the nearby college.

Emma is in her last year of school, and she plans on heading back to Northern California when she’s done, to be near her family and their store, which she intends to work at. Since she’s been away at college, she’s discovered her submissive side, and enjoyed playing at a BDSM club. She’s on her way to visit Boston, with a trip to her club, of course, when she’s pulled over for speeding.

When Drew pulls Emma over he notices that she’s wearing a BDSM symbol on her necklace. As a Dom, he knows what it means. As a cop, he knows he should ignore it. Luckily for us, he just can’t quite manage to walk away.

Of course, you’ll get to see some of Caleb, Richard and Taryn, but I think you’ll fall for Drew and Emma, and I know you’ll have a soft spot for Drew’s friend Toby, when he comes to visit.

If you’re a fan of Pinterest, I made a board as I was writing Perfect Alignment and you might enjoy seeing some of the pics.

I’ll have the cover posted soon, and then a release date!

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Hello? Is this thing on?

I’ve somehow managed to be away for two years, so it’s a little dusty here. I’m trying to make sure that things are in working order!

My apologize for my unplanned absence. I wish I had a list of excellent reasons that I haven’t been writing, but we’re just going to have to go with…life. Yeah, life happens, right?

At any rate, I have been writing up a storm the last few months. I’ve sent one novella off to submission and have decided to self-publish a novel in the same world as Perfect Formation. It’s called Perfect Alignment (I know, not the sexiest title ever, but it goes with the theme, so…) and it is currently in production mode (beta reads, edits, formatting). This is my first attempt at self-publishing, so I’m not sure what the timeline will be like, but it will probably release in June. I’ll post a date as soon as I figure it out! In the meantime, I’m working on another Perfect Fit story, tentatively titled Perfect Addition (I know, I know, I need an official titles person). I’ll tell you all about these in some upcoming posts, but, as I said, first I wanted to dust things off and make sure everything was in proper working order.

I’ve missed you all (for reals!) and I’m excited to be back in the swing of things.

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