Frequently Asked Questions:
Question: Does the Wicked Lovers series have to be read in order?
Answer: Each of the books in the series can be read as a standalone, but you’ll understand and enjoy the interactions between all the characters if you’ve read them in order. If you’re unsure of the order of the series (or any series I write), you can view them in order here.
Question: Do you have a release date for The Edge of Dominance (Doms of Her Life 4) yet?
Answer: We have definitely heard you and we’re working on it. Organizing the schedules of three busy authors isn’t always easy. We’re hoping to share a date soon. Once we have a something final to socialize, I’ll be posting it on my Facebook page and on the webpage for The Edge of Dominance.
Question: Why can’t I find some of your upcoming works available for pre-order yet?
Answer: Works through a traditional publisher are typically uploaded to all the online bookstores 4-6 months in advance. My independently published new and reissued titles may be available to pre-order from Amazon and iBooks, but many other outlets don’t accommodate self-published pre-orders. For these titles, once the links go live, I’ll list them on my website, Facebook, and Twitter.
Question: Is your book available in Kindle/Nook/Print/Other format?
Answer: If I am aware of a book being available in any particular format/distributer, I do my best to link it from my site for easy access. If it’s not there, it’s because I haven’t found it/been made aware of it. My Wicked Lovers novellas associated with 1,001 Dark Nights are exclusive to Amazon for the first 90 days.
Question: Will you be writing more Wicked Lovers novels?
Answer: Yes! The next full-length Wicked Lovers book will be Wicked for You, scheduled to release October 6, 2015. There are more titles planned all the way into 2017. Stay tuned for details!
Question: Why can’t I find some of your titles in print in book stores?
Answer: Some titles are independently published, meaning I release them myself. Book stores don’t typically do business with individual authors. There’s a long, business-related explanation for this, but I don’t see it changing soon. Rest assured, I always make sure there’s a print book available. Buy links are available on each book’s information page and can always be found on Amazon.com
Q: Will you be writing more Doomsday Brethren books after Embrace Me At Dawn?
Answer: I hope to release another one someday. Besides my schedule being VERY full, I was unable to obtain the rights back to the first four books and Mated novella from the publisher, which nixed my plans to reissue them (with all the sex and other deleted scenes they’d removed) so I could continue the series. If that changes, then I’ll do everything to work one into my calendar because I miss these characters, too. Rest assured, I’ve heard from MANY of you who want to know what’s going to happen with Bram and his mysterious Emma. And of course, lots of people ask for an update on the big guy, Shock. I’m hoping this situation resolves itself soon. I’ll keep everyone advised if there’s any progress.
Question: Why so long between books in any given series?
Answer: Writing and editing a book is a time-consuming process. Juggling more than one series is a delicate balance, and I try my best to release both something in every series as often as I can. I promise I’m hard at work to give readers the next adventure as soon as possible!
Question: Will you ever write historical romances again?
Answer: I’ve re-released my out-of-print historical titles ONE WICKED NIGHT, STRICTLY SEDUCTION, and STRICTLY FORBIDDEN in both print and electronic formats. My medieval series, Brothers in Arms, HIS LADY BRIDE. HIS STOLEN BRIDE, and HIS REBEL BRIDE are also available. THE LADY AND THE DRAGON will be available again come November. That’s all the previously published historical romances I plan to reissue. As for writing new original historicals, that’s not in my plan currently, but I’ll never say never. Maybe a novella for Darius someday.
Question: I watched the book video for Decadent and I love that song. Who sings it?
Answer: I don’t know who sings it, but a man named Dan Gautreau is the composer. I love the song too!