The Long-Awaited Return of My Favorite Book
The Kindle and Nook elves must be working around the clock this time of year: I uploaded Forever His late last night and it went live at both sites this morning. No three-day waiting period this time around! I guess they’ve decided to trust that I’m really me.
I’m beyond excited about this new edition. Forever His is my personal favorite of all my books, and Avon did a truly underwhelming job of publishing it when it first came out. The Avon cover was deadly dull, the print run painfully small, the promotional budget somewhere between zero and zilch. Forever His vanished from bookstores almost as soon as it was published, and it’s been out of print ever since — until now.
It’s a genuine joy to get this book back “in print” with a red-hot cover by Kim Killion. I hope it will find its audience at last.
Forever His is a time-travel romance that readers have compared to the work of Jude Deveraux and Diana Gabaldon. A mini-synopsis: Medieval knight Gaston de Varennes wants a docile bride who’ll fit into his plans for vengeance and justice, but a trick of time finds him married to a thoroughly modern American lady who turns his castle, his life, and his heart upside down. Will her desperate secret tear them apart after only a few bittersweet weeks of stolen passion — or will they conquer mistrust, treachery, and time itself to discover a love that spans the centuries?
Reviewers have called Forever His “moving, magical” and “a masterpiece” and the Detroit Free Press named it “one of the best romances of the year.” It also won the National Readers Choice Award for best historical romance of the year. The All About Romance website gave it an “A” grade and named it one of their Desert Isle Keepers.
I hope you’ll give it a try. Forever His is Book 1 of my Stolen Brides series of medieval romances, and it’s on sale for just $2.99 for a limited time. I’ve also lowered the price of Book 2, His Forbidden Touch, to 99 cents. Yep, we’re talking 2 books for less than 4 bucks! My little Christmas gift to say thanks for helping me launch my new e-publishing career.
Happy holidays, and may 2012 bring much joy & prosperity to all!