Hunting Medusa is finally out in the world again, and I’m so excited! We had fun at the release party yesterday, so if you weren’t there, we missed you, and you missed a chance for some goodies. But you can still go grab a copy of the book. Clicking on the title will take you to your favorite online bookseller.
You also missed the cover reveal for Protecting Medusa at the end of the party. I’ve been sitting on this for so long, and it’s exciting to finally share this one, too. Isn’t it pretty?
I love it, perfect setting and mood for the story, plus look at the pretty hero! (I did warn you all that I’d be sharing his face frequently, didn’t I?) Pre-ordering will be live soon, and I will share that as soon as it’s ready.
We’re getting ready for family dinner today, my late birthday dinner with the boys, so I have a quick snippet of Protecting Medusa for you before I finish meal prep.
“And I have to go.” He stepped away and took his coat from the hook behind the door.
She grabbed the nearest jacket, which was too light for the brisk winter night, but she pulled it on anyway, then walked outside with him, noting her mother’s headlights leading away from the house. “You’re going to be careful, aren’t you?”
“I’m always careful.” He shot her a bad boy grin that had her heart racing as they made their way along the sidewalk to the front of the house, where she saw his truck parked out front now beside the mailbox.
“Nothing can happen to you, Ryder. You have Jason to worry about.”
He kept walking.
“Are you listening to me?” She glared up at him when he came to a stop beside the truck.
He put his arm around her shoulders. “Are you more worried about Jason? Or me?”
She blinked. “I’m worried about what will happen to Jason if something happens to you.” He smelled really good. Her pounding heart sped up still more. He stood too close. She needed a distraction. “You know Desi is a lousy parent. Might as well not even be a parent.”
“What if something did happen to me? Would you miss me?” He bent nearer, his mouth almost graznig her temple.
She tried to concentrate on his words, but the awareness rushing through her made it difficult. And dammit, she couldn’t even blame it on pre-curse hormones.
“Would you be upset if I were hurt?” His open mouth slid down her cheek, hot, damp. Tempting.
Desire raced along her veins. Under her sweater, her nipples tightened in anticipation.
“Mena?” He licked the corner of her mouth.
She gasped, and he swooped in, covering her open mouth with his, and pressed her against the side of the truck, his warmth compensating for the cold metal at her back.
I hope you all have a great Sunday, to kick off an even better week! And hey! I have a special guest stopping by this week, too, so keep an eye out for Misty Simon and her awesome new book, too!
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