Today is the release day for my two first Love & Murder books – Truth About Love & Murder and Rules of Love & Murder, both stand-alone books. Thanks to Delilah for letting me talk about them here. I want to shout about it everywhere. Everything I love about books is in these two: Strong, smart, and sexy heroines and heroes. Tons of emotion, yet a plot that keeps moving. And these books have a military connection, mystery, suspense, romance, and humor. An early reader compared one of my characters in my second release, Rules of Love & Murder, to Dexter (from the TV show Dexter – police forensics expert moonlights as a serial killer).
Here’s the info about Truth About Love & Murder:
The truth is that life is uncertain.
Meg Quinn hasn’t been to war, but her father has, and it changed their lives for the worse — and for the better. Now she has a sharp tongue and a mind to match … and she doesn’t trust easily. The best person she knows is losing a fight with death, and Meg is guardian of her friend’s seven-year-old son.
Easy MacLean, the co-guardian, is Meg’s dying friend’s brother. The former Marine has been hibernating in his Colorado mountain home, and Meg lets him know that he needs to be by his sister’s side in Milwaukee now.
Easy is attracted to his sister’s clever friend, but life gets complicated when he gets involved in a search for a missing veteran. After living alone with his rescue dog for so long, Easy and his dog are now sharing a home with a beautiful woman, a boy, and a cat. Even as he watches his sister die a little each day, he’s finding out the truth about life and love … and murder.
Here’s the skinny on Rules of Love & Murder:
Some days life is wonderful. Other days it’s murder.
Former Marine August Reyes is home for good, haunted by images of bloodshed. He meets up again with Elle Styles, the girl he’s never been able to forget.
When August was eight and Elle was six, she changed his and his mother’s lives before she and her widowed mother left the Wisconsin vacation town. Twenty-two years later, she’s returned to Trouble Bay with her four-year-old daughter, but they’re only staying for six weeks. Elle and August are different people now. He sees life through darkness, and she sees it through light. And light and dark don’t mix well.
Someone else was changed by Elle when she was young. A woman who lives by her own rules. Rule Nr. Two—Don’t let anyone cheat you—is in play now. And this might lead to Rule Nr. Three: Don’t kill anyone … unless killing is necessary.
The town of Trouble Bay is about to live up to its name. Life there can be murder… Even when you’re falling in love.
I love both books, and I hope you’ll tell your friends about my releases. I hope you’ll tell your friends about my releases. I’m giving away 10 ebooks of RULES OF LOVE & MURDER. For a chance to win, leave your name and let me know where you shared it. (Facebook, twitter, or told a friend.)
I’m also accepting readers’ names on Facebook, my own blog, and Delilah Devlin’s blog. I’m having a separate giveaway for my newsletter subscribers. The 10 winners will be chosen on Random.org. The contest will end on the 25th. Good luck!
These look great!
I’m going to share on my FB Bitch Can Write A Book. And Twitter snd Instagram! Really would love to read! 😆 😉 8)
Delilah, everything looks great, and I so appreciate you having me as your guest today. 🙂
And, Maureen, thank you!
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Exciting! shared on twitter https://twitter.com/ArtistaDonna/status/623146827722977281 😉
Tony and Nata, thank you! Your names are on my lists now. 🙂
Shared with a friend
Pam, thanks for sharing!
I shared about your new releases, and your giveaway, at Snarky Mom Read’s GIVEAWAYS page! http://www.snarkymomreads.com/?page_id=10798
If this story is a good as her others, it will be wonderful.
Snarky Mom Milchelle, thanks for sharing! I have you on my list. Good luck! 🙂
Mary, you are a doll! Thank you!