Guess what? There's steamy romance, suspense, action, and adventure in my final book of 2016. You're surprised, right? Me neither. It's been a wonderful first year of publishing, that has taught me so much. And I think finally giving Harkins and Amy a chance at happiness is the perfect way to say goodbye to 2016. They were there for Sawtooth Peaks, and for Protectors of the Pack. And for Christmas, they get the happily ever after they deserve.
No need to fret if you haven't read any of my other books. Howl for the Holidays can be read as a standalone, though the storyline occurs after the events in the Sawtooth Peaks series. Here's a peek at the blurb:
Sometimes a close friend is a true mate.
In the company of her pack, at work with the drunks, alone at her apartment—Amy Anderson wants to spend Christmas anywhere but home at her family's farm. Time with her parents and grandmother, her sisters and their families, reminds Amy of what she wishes she had—a mate and cubs of her own. Too bad the man she wants doesn't want her in return.
James Harkins has only ever loved one woman. He's protected her, confided in her, yet kept her at arm's length. But when Amy leaves town to visit her family for Christmas, he finds himself lost without her. After discovering her life may be in danger, there's nothing Harkins won't do to save Amy.
I hope you enjoy Harkins and Amy's story, and have a wonderful holiday season. I have a few projects in the works, but am planning to spend some time around Christmas visiting family and stepping away from the keyboard. See you in 2017!