It feels so fast, only nine days after the release of Heir. I've been writing nonstop to make sure Howl for the Holidays will be available before Christmas. It's a Christmas book, after all. And I think Harkins and Amy have waited long enough for their happily ever after. Late nights *yawn* are totally worth it.
Harkins and Amy have known each other for years. He's looked after her, and loved her from a distance. But he's always felt she deserved more than he could offer her. Amy adores Harkins. She respects him, cherishes him as a friend, and has always had a crush on the scarred enforcer. She sees past their difference in age, past the scars, to the loyal, caring man beneath. Sometimes a close friend is a true mate.
The cover is sweeter than my usual, which I feel fits the story. There's no shifter bad guys, no evil plots to uncover and foil. That's not to say that there's no conflict or danger, because what fun would that be? It's the journey that brings my couples together, and Harkins and Amy's is an adventure into the wild winter mountains. Expect steamy passion and the warm fuzzies that every ending should bring. Especially during the holiday season.
I hope you enjoy the cover while you wait for Howl for the Holidays to be released in about two weeks.