I’ve got a new release next month, Bring Him Home. It’s the third in a series based around four Special Forces heroes which began with Here Comes The Groom and Stand-In Wife.
I’d love to tell you about it, but to do that I’d have to drag myself away from book four, which I’m currently writing.
It’s not that I don’t treasure my new release, I do. I think it’s one of my best. Only this ‘new baby’ is keeping me up at nights and stealing all the attention away from its older sibling.
Bring Him Home will have to take its place in the world without ‘mommy’ hovering, telling it to stand up straight, look people in the eye and for God’s sake, try and create a good first impression. Hopefully, I’ve invested enough love, sweat and tears for it to do that alone.
If you’d like to read an excerpt, click here. Make a comment and go into a draw to adopt this poor, neglected child.
Meanwhile I’m rolling up my sleeves and getting back to rearing the wayward youngest.
Bring Him Home
Former soldier Nathan Wyatt had no choice but to leave his army buddy to die, a secret that's still tearing him apart.
Two years on, he's in Hollywood prostituting his war medal for work as a bodyguard to the stars when his best friend's widow drags him home to fulfil his neglected responsibilities to her family trust.
When he discovers Claire can't forgive her late husband for breaking a crucial promise, Nate sees his path to salvation. He'll be his buddy's advocate, secure Steve's place in his wife's memory.
The last thing he intends is to find himself in a love triangle with his dead best friend.
Will admitting the truth - all of it - set him free, or alienate the woman he's come to passionately love?