If you follow me on Twitter, you might know that I’ve talked about updating my blog. About a year and a half ago, I merged my content from The Path of Least Revision with this website. It was a fantastic idea.
Unfortunately, it left me with a lot of messy content. I recently decided to get over my bad self and get to updating the images, SEO, and links. Consistency is good. Making sure older content is still relevant is better.
Diving into all 200+ blog posts showed me, much to my embarrassment, that I’ve got a couple releases that I haven’t talked about on the blog. Have I talked about it on social media? Yes. Did I send out information to my email fun list? ABSOLUTELY. But here? Nothing. So here’s where we’re going to fix that.
A Veiled Truth (The Hunted #2.5)
Although set in my urban fantasy world, A Veiled Truth is more romance than my previous books—and it can be read as a standalone if you haven’t read the first two books in the series. Bonus!
She’s about to learn life isn’t like her controlled experiments.
Edie Brown is a lab rat, dedicated to improving the lives of her fellow Gifted. And while she saved countless Gifted soldiers with her research during the war against the Hunters, she’s haunted by the one person she hasn’t saved: her aunt. With a new pair of joint illusionists to help her, Edie’s closer than ever to a breakthrough.
But her well-ordered scientist’s life unravels when her best friend Marcus proposes a different kind of experiment — one that puts her heart at risk — and her aunt collapses, leaving Edie wondering if she’s too late to help. She’s not about to give up yet, though, not when there’s still a chance she can cure her aunt — and find the one thing she didn’t even know she needed.
Fun fact: this story was supposed to be a quick 10k short to close out the series, but Edie had other plans. When all was said and done, Edie and Marcus’s story topped out at 31,000 words.
You can grab your copy of A Veiled Truth at any one of these fine establishments, or just add the book on Goodreads:
This little short actually did turn out to be short (maybe because Tony and Drea’s story isn’t yet complete). At 10k, One Night is just the beginning of the relationship. There are more stories planned. (Two, to be specific.)
What kind of man pays a woman to spend the night with him—platonically?
Tony Aguilar’s getting desperate. He doesn’t remember the last time he slept more than a few hours at a time, and he’s willing to do just about anything to get a good night’s rest, even if it’s some last ditch effort and foolish notion that he needs a woman’s soft touch.
What kind of woman accepts?
Andrea “Drea” DeMatteo knows when a deal’s too good to pass up, no matter how bizarre it seems. Her mother’s drowning in debt from medical bills, and Drea’s employer is running out of patience with her missed days and hastily rescheduled meetings to care for her dying parent.
One night might be all it takes.
It sounds like a weird setup. And it probably is. But it’s fun, and you can get it for free when you sign up for my email fun list. As of right now, that’s the ONLY way you can get it. You might be able to find it elsewhere eventually, but that’s another post for another day.