Partner is finished, polished, proofread, and DONE. It has been turned in for formatting, and will be published once that's complete.

Prisoner is currently free at all e-book vendors. Hopefully that will lure in some readers.

If you enjoyed the banter and hurt-comfort in Prisoner, there's lots more in Partner.
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From: [personal profile] davidgillon


Hopefully that will lure in some readers.

Well it certainly lured me in (though I'm in the middle of something else so not had chance to start it yet). Truth to tell I was intending to look at the series anyway because of [personal profile] rmc28's advocacy, but this boosted it up to the top of the really-must-look-at-list, thanks :)
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Thanks, they are :) I'm about 86% of the way through and thoroughly enjoying it - must go finish!
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Enjoyed it so much I just bought Laura's Wolf. Seems like an appropriately Pavlovian response to the freebie offer - got one free, so must buy one (at least) :)

I really loved DJ and Echo's voices, so I'm really looking forward to reading more in their world, as a start.

From: [identity profile] melebeth.livejournal.com


I have to finish my Courtney Milan binge first, which you started with your review of Trade Me

From: [identity profile] rachelmanija.livejournal.com


Oh, you've got lots to read, then! I hope you'll report on them. Unveiled has a really nice portrayal of PTSD - actually, I love the way she writes about mental illnesses and disabilities in general.

(Better than in Trade Me, I thought. I think it's really hard to depict therapy as healing without the book being about the process of therapy, so if therapy is a possibility, it tends to happen off-page and then the healing drops out of the story. It's a big advantage to write about historical times and other situations where therapy isn't an option, because then you can see people grappling with their issues on-page without the help of a character who otherwise isn't involved in the story at all.)

From: [identity profile] melebeth.livejournal.com


I've been reading the Brother's Sinister, and there has been a character with some form of mental illness in every book so far. She's really impressive. I also like that her heroines are smart and motivated, not to mention actively engaged participants in their sexual choices.

From: [identity profile] tool-of-satan.livejournal.com


Man, I am so behind on my TBR list.

Entirely unrelated, but if you have not see this you should.

From: [identity profile] finnyb.livejournal.com


Grabbed Prisoner yesterday.  Not normally my sort of thing (I skip all the sex scenes in any sort of romance, as they are triggery for me), but the characters and story are intriguing, so I'm going to give it a try.  Once my Kobo is charged up enough that I can download it, that is.


From: [identity profile] rachelmanija.livejournal.com


I hope you enjoy it. FYI, there is a sex scene toward the end of the last chapter. If possible, try to pick up reading immediately after it ends, as that conversation sets up the next book.

From: [identity profile] cat-i-th-adage.livejournal.com


I've really been enjoying Prisoner - enough that I'll be picking up Laura's Wolf right away (I need to make sure that Roy is okay, among other things.)

I just realised that DJ is the Plucky Girl of the romantic pairing, all sweet and short and feisty, to Echo's Brooding Stoic Guy. It's interesting.

From: [identity profile] rachelmanija.livejournal.com


Yay! I hope you like it.

Laura's Wolf also has some riffing on gender roles, but from a different direction.
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