Mates Since Birth will be my next Miranda Stowe book to release. It's the third installment of my Half-breed shifter series. So be looking for that in the future coming at you from Whispers Publishing. The hero is the son from the hero and heroine in book one, while the heroine is the daughter of the hero and heroine from book two in the series...if that doens't confuse you any.
I actually got the contract offer at the beginning of May but I didn't sign anything until last week, so I've been trying to hold off in squealing my happy news. But now...I feel like a happy SQUEAL!
Other good news came at me last week from The Romance Studio. They gave book three in my Snatcher series a 5-star review. So this week, people can go vote on Framed as Killer as their 5-star Sweetheart of the week. If you're in a voting mood, feel free to vote for me (voting lasts until Friday, I think)!!
Here's the link: http://www.theromancestudio.com/5heart_form.php
But if you're not in a voting, here's what TRS had to say about Framed:
|As a young girl, Paige Bromin
was told she'd marry her one true love someday but didn't expect for it to be
the son of the town witch, and the very man that rescued her when she'd fallen
off her bike and into a culvert when she was nine. Now ten years later, her hero
Court Lawson has been arrested for a crime he didn't commit. With time running
out to prove his innocence, Paige will do anything to see him free even if she
has to go to extremes to do it.
Court Lawson isn't surprised to find himself inside a jail cell, yet it's for a crime he didn't commit. With the whole town against him, what's a man supposed to do especially when a secret he has kept to himself all his life could obtain his release?
Since reading the story before this one in this series by Ms. Stowe, I couldn't wait to read this one to find out what happened next for the previous hero and heroine as well as these two new ones. The plot was incredible with its edge-of-your-seat lure into the lengths a woman goes for the man she loves especially when said man has a gift to read people and possessions, which he sees as a curse. As for the dialogue it was well-written, and gave great insight into both main characters lives and the burdens of their pasts. With Court believing he couldn't be around people without his curse getting in the way, which made me feel a tad sad for him because he deserved happiness in his life. The sex scenes were great, and so full of passion revealing the chemistry that these two shared immensely. What I liked so much about Paige was her persistence, and that she wouldn't give up on Court although he kept pushing her away. While with Court, I liked that when he knew Paige was in trouble he did all he could to save her, even using the gift he found such a burden.
Overall, I can't wait for the next instalment of this great series by this author and I would recommend this series to fans of the romantic suspense genre as well as those readers that are looking to branch their reading interests into this genre.
--Reviewed by Bec