WOLF AND PREJUDICE is here!!! (Finally)

WOLF AND PREJUDICE is here!!! (Finally)

Guys, I know it’s been a long road, but we’ve finally reached the promised book, WOLF AND PREJUDICE, the official-official sequel to HER VIKING WOLF. And let me tell you, I love this book. LOVED Alisha. So much, you don’t even know. I just hope you get as much of a kick out of reading it as I did writing it. I also hope it was worth the wait. In any case, thanks so much for your patience. And, as always, thanks so much for your kind emails, comments, and reviews. Most of all, thanks so much for reading. As I’ve stated before, I started out as a fan of IR, and the amount of support so many of you have given me as a writer is a dream come true. So seriously, thank you for making my dreams come true. You’ll never truly understand how...

Wolf and…

Wolf and…

Guys. I mean, GUYS! I don’t even have the words to explain how insanely untidy the fall went down. The day job was pulling on me, the baby was pulling on me, the stories were pulling on me. You don’t even know.  So WOLF AND PREJUDICE coming out in September as promised–yeah, that didn’t happen. It also didn’t happen in October. Or November. And now I’m having to tell you I won’t be releasing a book in December. I’ll be releasing three. What?!?! You didn’t say three, Theodora! Yes, I said three. But how? What happened? I don’t understand… Here’s what happened, guys. Sometimes you plan to tell a story and the side characters become too big to be contained with it. So then you realize that the...

SHERRY’S WOLF by Maddy Barone

SHERRY’S WOLF by Maddy Barone

Description: Sherry Rowe is reeling from 1) surviving a plane crash that sling-shotted her fifty years into the future, where after a nuclear disaster, there are very few women and a ton of Native American werewolves looking to mate; 2) the death of her philandering, abusive husband who was also on the plane, and 3) a werewolf named Jumping Stag, who won’t take no for answer. The Good: This is a great premise. I also love that Sherry is Catholic and really conflicted about her problematic marriage, even now that its over. Also, who doesn’t love a group of men who hold women in the highest regard. And I really like that Jumping Stag is a virgin — it made their sex scene hotter somehow. The Bad: Sadly this a case of a great premise completely...

THE PRICE OF PASSION by Stephanie Morris

THE PRICE OF PASSION by Stephanie Morris

Description: After one heated night of passion, Kaden and Sierra (who thought she was infertile) discover that they have a a very special Christmas package on the way. Can they overcome their baggage and give each other the love they’ve always longed for? The Good: This was such a sweet, sweet story. It’s always a tremendous treat to watch two nice, but extremely guarded people fall in love. Kaden is a gem of a hero and exceedingly easy to love. My heart was with him from page one. He’s written with great physicality and really gets in Sierra’s space. I loved that he saw his part in his divorce with his first wife — that’s so rare in romance novels. And I also loved that he and Sierra really communicated. There are so many...