It’s been a wild and crazy year and I hope you and your family are well. There’s a great discussion amongst authors right now as to how to proceed with sales and publishing. I’ve decided to continue with my schedule as planned. I think we all need a little normal in our lives right now and new reading material too. So today, the 4th book in my ARC Shifters series released – iPromise.
It’s been pushed back enough already and I truly hope you find it was worth the wait! This story is about Jackson and his mate/biggest gaming rival Tobi.
- He thinks she’s a dude.
- They’ve been gaming rivals since they were kids and let’s just say she was the cause of more than one broken television in his house over the years.
- As true mates they have a lot more baggage and history to overcome than most.
- An old enemy of Jackson’s is out for revenge.
- And there’s this little tid-bit where Tobi’s pack has planned on her mating her Alpha, Landon, since she was in diapers.
So really, what could go wrong?
Loved the series will there be a 5th book with Kaitlyn?
Hi Melinda! There will actually be 10 books in ARC Shifters and yes, Kaitlyn’s will be one of them, but not the 5th book.
What book do you recommend reading after this? I have read the Westin, Collier and now the ARC series? Is the 5th book in class he works?
The 5th book in the ARC Series is called iPromise. It releases 1/21 exclusively in an anthology set called New Year, New Boo for only 99 cents. book2read.com/newyearnewboo. It will rerelease as a solo title later this year.
In the meantime I would recommend jumping into Westin Force. The 3rd book in that series released yesterday. Also if you missed Under a Harvest Moon, that’s a great one to pick up too, it’s Mary and Jason Westin’s story, the prequel to Westin Pack.
Love every single one of your books…so excited to hear that Kaitlyn will be getting her own happy ever after in one of your books, but I also am curious…is anything going to be brewing in the future for Landon? It was a small part in this book, but you definitely made him a loveable, impactful character.