Greetings, all! Wow, it’s been a weird week. Hurricane Irma visited on Monday and rearranged some trees here in Atlanta. Hubby and I were lucky in that we kept power and internet at home. My office was another story – as of today (Friday), the internet is still out, which has been a challenge. Still, I’m grateful that we didn’t sustain any damage and didn’t have to throw away any food.
This week has had a couple of bright spots. First, as of yesterday, The Mountain’s Shadow has sold over 1000 copies! So, thank you to all my readers and supporters – I couldn’t have done that without you.
Second, Long Shadows, the second Lycanthropy Files books, re-releases today with a gorgeous new cover:
This time, being true to myself could be a deadly mistake.
I like to solve problems. The hard kind. A social worker by day, P.I. in my “spare time,” I’ve even figured out how to handle my little “werewolf problem.” After a dose of wolfsbane, my physical body stays safe in bed while my wolf goes spirit walking. If only she didn’t have a mind of her own…
After I overhear my sleazy boss plotting to turn my office into a trap, my instincts tell me to run. But not only do my problems stick like a bur in my fur, I find a whole new set.
Deep in the Appalachians, I learn a family secret that means I’m unique, even among werewolves, and I’m stuck on the dangerous border of a century-long war. Now I’m pursued by a rogue sorcerer with poisonous intentions, other wizards who’d like to throw me in a gilded prison, and a band of ghostly wolves thirsting for my blood.
Worse, there’s only one man who can protect me, and even he demands a price: my heart. Even though his own may be forever beyond my reach.
Warning: If you’re a carbophobe, detailed descriptions of Italian delicacies may wreck your will power. Also contains sexy situations, adult language, and brimming glasses of wine.
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Long Shadows is at a reduced release price of $2.99 for a limited time. Pick up your copy at: