Good morning! I’d like to announce that my latest novel, You are Mine, is live and available today. I am particularly pleased with this release because it finally brings Brian’s and Caroline’s story to a close. For those of you who have been waiting for their final story, here it is, and thanks so much for your patience and understanding. If you haven’t read the first book detailing Brian’s and Caroline’s story — At Last — not to to worry: it isn’t necessary to have read it to follow this one.
You can get the e-book at the following retailers:
It’s not live at Barns & Noble as of yet, but I’m hoping it will be later today.
The summary is of You are Mine below:
Caroline and Brian have been in love with one another almost from the second they met two years ago. Their life together is wonderful: they know without a doubt that they belong together; her career as an artist has taken off dramatically; his as the Chief Technology Officer and founder of an integrated marketing firm can only get better, and together they are ready to build a family.
Their life would be as close to perfect as one can get if not for Alexander Brickman. Drug lord, arms merchant, and international fugitive, Brickman has been in their lives so long that he’d practically gone on their first date with them. He wants Caroline, and has from the first moment he saw her. Accustomed to getting what he wants, he will stop at nothing to have her. He believes he’s finally come up with the perfect solution to accomplish his goal and is ready to put that plan into action.
Caroline and Brian are not so willing to go down that easy, however, and they’ve got plans of their own to not only finally catch the madman who has striven to make their lives hell, but also to make sure he never bothers them, or anyone else, again. Who will win this high stakes battle — one that touches the tranquil and tropical shores of Procida Island, Italy and the hot beaches of Sonora, Mexico, only to be decided in the trenches on the beautiful American Mackinac Island? Will Brickman meet his Waterloo, or will Caroline and Brian get the nearly perfect life they so desperately crave?
Again, thanks so much! And thank you to Whitney Holcomb for the wonderful cover!