Four more days until the release of my lates novel, Drifter, and the ARC readers' reviews make me feel that I suceeded in my attempt to provide an entertaining, yet riveting romance.
Here are a few of the hightlights thus far:
"This was one heck of a story. Definitely worth reading." - Becca
"I was hooked into this story and didn't want to put it down." - L
"I've read Highway Man, the short story on which Drifter is based on, years ago and I always wished it was longer. I felt that Killian and Mike had so much more to say. My wish came true and I couldn't put it down. " - EQUUS
"This is a new to me author and this story was simply beautiful. I rooted for the characters from page one and was unable to put the book down. This story is a hit with me."- Sandy
You can read the reviews in their entirety on Goodreads.
Some legends never die.
Killian Desmond met his end in the fiery crash that killed his band, or so the newspapers say. Now a nameless drifter, he plays one pick-up gig after another in a haze of pain and regret, moving on the minute someone says, “You sound like that guy from Trickster.”
Getting outed cost Mike Rose his musical family. A bassist without a band, he’ll play any kind of music to earn a paycheck, but Trickster’s music provides light during the darkest moments of his life.
A chance meeting brings together two lost souls who spark enough heat to set their guitars on fire. Their chemistry, both onstage and off, feels like something written in the words of a song and gives them courage to face life again.
But to seize their future, they have to confront their past.
Every damned, ugly inch of it.
Pre-order your copy today at Amazon. The book will also be available on KU.