Had a late night! I was doing one last walk through this book—which, BTW, is releasing May 17th—NEXT TUESDAY!
It’s the latest collection curated by me. We’ll be doing some fun stuff—blogging, partying, etc., to get the word out. If there’s anyone out there who’d like to host us on their website, just let me know! If you haven’t already pre-ordered your copy, why haven’t you? It’s a steal at $0.99! And, for now, it’s completely free for all you Kindle Unlimited subscribers! I love putting these collections together, because 1) I get to read a ton of great stories as I whittle down the stories to include; 2) I get to play with some wonderful authors—some of whom I already know, but new friends, too; and 3) I get to play in a sandbox of my choice. This time around it’s “rogues”—those wonderful bad boys with the hearts of gold, be they pirates, thieves, highwaymen, tomb raiders—even a geek (in my case), who does a bad thing but for a very good reason. 🙂
So, now that this one is done, I get to think about what’s next. Do you want another cowboy collection? A knights collection? A blue-collar stud collection? What would you like to see?
Rogues! Even the word conjures a special sort of hero—a playful bad boy with a heart of gold—at least when it comes to his lady-love. This volume is filled with the Jack Sparrows of old—pirates sailing the high seas, Regency-era highway men, modern-day jewel thieves, like Cary Grant in To Catch a Thief—men doing bad things, bending or breaking the law, but in a very sexy way. With fourteen stories sure to satisfy the reader who craves that ultimate bad boy, prepare to have your heart stolen!
SWINDLED by Megan Mitcham
OPALS – Axa Lee
HER HEART’S TOMB – Jennifer Kacey
THE HIGHWAYMAN’S TREASURE by Emma Jay
PLUNDER by Delilah Night
THE HEAT by Mia Hopkins
THE HIGHWAYMAN CAME RIDING by Erzabet Bishop
QUEEN HIGH by Cela Winter
ROGUE HEARTS by Delilah Devlin
LADY OF THE HOUSE by T.G. Haynes
BILLIONAIRE AND THE JEWEL THIEF by Elle James
AN EYE FOR LOVE by Cynthia Young
ROGUISHLY HANDSOME, AND OTHER SUPERHERO
PROBLEMS by Tray Ellis
GLASS SLIPPERS, HARDLY WORN by Bibi Rizer