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WOLFESWORD is live!! Plus, another new release from one of my favorite authors!!


Happy New Release Day for WolfeSword (and another book I’ll get to in a moment!)!!

Well, this one is a little different, but as my editor says, Classic Le Veque. I love that the heroine isn’t ‘perfect’. I love that the hero has more compassion than most. I think you’re really going to like this story. For readers who pick up their copies from Nook, Apple, and Kobo – these links will only be good for the rest of today, so please get yours as soon as you can. For KU readers, WolfeSword will be in KU by tomorrow morning, so hold out just a little longer and it’s all yours!! BTW – reading the book in KU will help me tremendously, so if you can read it there, please do!!

Now, on to the blurb!

He’s a veritable god of beauty, position, and talent. She’s a lady of sweetness, wealth, and compassion. When gorgeous Cassius de Wolfe falls for a plain but sweet lady, the woman who hoped to have his affection doesn’t take kindly to it.

Cassius has set himself up for retribution of the female kind. As the old saying goes, there’s nothing like a woman scorned…

Or a de Wolfe protecting his mate.

Welcome to a de Wolfe Pack Generations tale!

Cassius de Wolfe, second son of Patrick “Atty” de Wolfe (Nighthawk), has made a name for himself as the Great Protector of Edward I. Cassius is the beauty of the family – handsome, skilled, built like the statue of a Greek god. He has no problem getting women into his bed and in London, they follow him around in droves.

Cassius is a Medieval celebrity.

But all of that is secondary to the fact that Cassius is a truly skilled knight. He’s a de Wolfe and that means the knighthood lives in him as surely as the sun lives in the sky. After two years away, he’s finally earned the chance to return home to see his father and mother and family, so on the eve of returning home, Fate has something else in mind for him.

Dacia of Doncaster is the heiress to a massive fortune. With both parents deceased, she is an only child, living with her elderly grandfather, the Duke of Doncaster. The old duke descends from an ancient royal line and Dacia is the very last of her kind… and a hugely sought-after bride. There’s only one problem – she’s not what men would consider traditionally beautiful.

When Cassius the Handsome comes face to face with Dacia of Doncaster, a chance meeting turns into something more. Cassius wasn’t looking for a bride and Dacia wasn’t looking for a husband, but when Dacia saves Cassius’ life, it’s more than a debt of honor he feels towards her.

Sometimes the most beautiful woman in the world isn’t the obvious one and Cassius must find that out the hard way.

Join Cassius and Dacia for an unusual – and truly beautiful – love story.

Now – on to the SECOND new release today that I promised you! Normally, I don’t pimp books other than mine on this blog (because I figure you signed up for me and, therefore, probably only want to see me), but in this case, I’m going to share author Eliza Knight’s release with you because not only is it releasing on the same day as mine, but it’s a Sourcebooks release – so let’s show it some love!
Here’s the blurb:

These Highland warriors are prepared to give up everything to fight for their country.

Annie MacPherson’s world was torn apart when her family’s castle was ravaged during the war. Determined to aid her countrymen, she braves the battlefield and finds Lieutenant Craig MacLean left for dead. Soon her heart belongs to the fierce warrior.

As the English dragoons draw closer to Annie’s makeshift hospital, Craig knows they have to escape together if they’ll have any chance to survive. But when they come face-to-face with the enemy and Craig is imprisoned, Annie will have to risk everything she has to save the man she can’t live without.

History and adventure come to life in Eliza Knight’s thrilling Scottish Highland romance. Annie is based loosely on Anne MacKay, Anne Leith and Lady Maxwell, who risked their lives to protect Jacobite soldiers by hiding them, healing their wounds, and aiding in their escape from enemy forces.

Praise for The Rebel Wears Plaid:

“Bold, adventurous, and brimming with intrigue.”—Cathy Maxwell, New York Times bestselling author

“Outlander fans will be thrilled by Eliza Knight’s perfect mix of history and romance.”—Jennifer McQuiston, New York Times bestselling author

“An admirably courageous heroine, a wonderfully hot hero, impeccable history, well-crafted characters, and edge-of-your-seat adventure makes this Highland romance irresistible.”—Jennifer Ashley, New York Times bestselling author

“Gripping… Eliza Knight is the master of Scottish romance!”—Joanna Shupe, award-winning author

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