I want to start the second half of 2017 with a bang. So I’m spreading the love (Get it? Because I’m a romance writer. Yes, my puns are terrible) to new distributors AND I’ve just released a Hollywood to Olympus bundle, bringing the first three books together at one low price.
Let’s start with the new distributor. If you have an Android, or read on Google Play, you will be able to find my books there beginning this month. My contemporary romances are there already. The romantic suspense books will be there soon.
They will also be on Overdrive and Biblioteca soon, so ask your libraries to get them for you. (I personally just got signed up through my library. They have a staggering amount of books you can borrow for free. And audiobooks. And magazines. I thought it was just e-books!)
You may have noticed a new book on that page. I’ve put the first three Hollywood to Olympus books into a bundle, and priced it cheaper than they’d cost if purchased individually, at only $4.99.
Screen Idol (Book 1) – Sydney Richardson didn’t order the Greek god who appeared on her doorstep, but since he’s there, she intends to put him to work at her fundraiser. Chris Peck, one of Hollywood’s top stars, only plans to play along until he gets the chance at the role of a lifetime. But when his audition interferes with the promise he made to Sydney, he’d better hope that Hollywood magic and reality can co-exist.
Drama Queen (Book 2) – Protecting her family has left actress Layla Andrews scrambling to hold onto her career. Russ Vukovich, her show’s fight coordinator, helps her out of a sticky situation, and slips under her defenses. But when he discovers the truth, the lies that used to protect them could destroy them both.
Leading Man (Book 3) – Actor Nick Thurston needs a dance instructor who can keep him from tripping over his own two feet. Ashleigh Jessup fits the bill, but she can’t help falling for her sexy student. Things go well until his vindictive ex, and Ashleigh’s competition, sabotages their relationship and they have to decide whether or not this was their last dance.