Book Spotlight: Stand

Hello, y’all, and happy October!

Are you in a leaf-change-y, pumpkin spice-y mood?

(Unless you’re in the southern hemisphere, that is, in which case… spring it is!)

Personally, I am not a fan of pumpkin spice, but the leaves are starting to change here in Minnesota, and it’s quite beautiful. I love seeing the trees start to change color on my morning walks — even though I am looking forward to winter even less than usual this year, because of Covid.

But… enough negativity. Like I said, the trees are changing, and so far it’s really gorgeous! And I’m in a good mood this morning, so let’s just go with that, eh? 🤣

So, I’ve decided that while I’m getting Striker’s book ready to reveal to you, I’m going to do a new thing in my newsletters and on my blog.

A thing I am going to call, “Backlist Spotlight”!

What does that mean? 

Well, I’m going to introduce you (or re-introduce you) to some of the books in my catalog. If you have already read them, it will be a trip down memory lane! And if you haven’t, maybe this feature will give you a new book or a new series to try out. 

Today, the SPOTLIGHT is on… STAND!

(Cue gritty, romantic mood music)

STAND is the last book in my four-book Stone Kings MC series. It, like all my books, can be read as a standalone, since I never do cliffhangers for the main plot in my books. STAND is the story of Cal and Andi. Cal is in the Stone Kings MC, and Andi is his sister Seton’s best friend. Andi works in the same bar as Seton, and she’s also a gifted musician and performer. 

When a stalker from Andi’s past resurfaces in her life, she finds herself turning to Cal for help… even though she has always kept her distance from him before due to her attraction to him. The fireworks between them are explosive, even as Cal puts everything on the line to keep Andi safe. 

Andi is very different from me, but a lot of her experiences have roots in my own life experiences. She’s one of my heroines that I feel closest to. I hope you will, too.

STAND is available now on Amazon — and as always, it’s free to read with a Kindle Unlimited subscription. You can learn more about the book by clicking here!

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