Yes, really. For the next three months I’m trialling The Soldier and The Master in Kindle Unlimited. The Slave remains free at Amazon, iTunes, Barnes&Noble, and Smashwords. (And omg you guys, it’s at 98 reviews on Amazon right now, with a 4.3* average. The day it breaks 100 you shall hear the screeching wherever you are!)
So if you’ve got Kindle Unlimited and haven’t read this series yet, mosey on over. If you haven’t got KU and want to take advantage, get a free 30-day KU Trial. (That’s an affiliate link btw, so I get a couple of dollars if you sign up!)
While you’re checking out KU, don’t forget some of my other titles are also enrolled.
For those who love historical British cozy mysteries, check out Puddledown Mysteries (The Dead Past, The Coward’s Way, and The Poison Pen).
Or if your prefer opposites-attract comic contemporary with a splash of BDSM and manties, Blowing It might be right up your street (Blowing It, Balls Up, and Dom on the Side).
Woop! It’s here! The Master, Free Men, Book 3, released Monday 24 November.
Being rescued was only the start.
Otiz lies in ruins. As underlord of the region, Lysander knows where his responsibilities lie. He has an obligation to the survivors to rebuild their homes and their lives. But what about his home, his life?
Kai needs help. The damage inflicted on him goes beyond the marks left when he was tortured, but healing him might require more from Lysander than he’s capable of giving. Of one thing he’s certain: Tam and Kai will never be endangered again because of who he is, even if saving them means setting them free.
All Lysander wants is to be left in peace. To recover from the horrors of his experience at the hands of his enemies. But with pressure piling up from every angle, peace is the last thing he’s likely to find. Suffocated by guilt, Lysander begins to spiral. How can he hold everything together, when inside he’s falling apart?
Available from Amazon, AllRomanceEbooks, and Smashwords.