Well, no, a reissue of some of my older titles is NOT worth dying for but it is worth a little excitement on my part. So many of the fabo authors on this site have been having fun reissuing much of their back list that I’m super jazzed (in a ginormous way as my 4 year old grand daughter would say) to let you all know that 2 of my classic romances – INTO THE NIGHT and MAN AROUND THE HOUSE are now available in e-book format in one volume entitled: WORTH DYING FOR.
A bogo. Buy one, get the other one free. See how nicely that worked out?
Here are the blurbs for each book.
INTO THE NIGHT (National Reader’s Choice winner)
….It began as a gimmick to promote their new radio show, but the spirited sparring between Jessie Fox and Tony Falcone soon has listeners demanding to know more about their steamy romance – and sets loose a crazed stalker. Jessie swears that the fire burning in Tony’s eyes can’t be real—until he sets a seductive trap she can’t escape. Can Tony persuade Jess he’s never letting her go?
MAN AROUND THE HOUSE (Rita Finalist)
….Answering his neighbor’s cry for help, Matthew Spencer finds himself rescuing a sassy blue-eyed temptress. Katie McDonald is a walking disaster who falls off ladders into his arms and awakens his hunger with the speed of a summer storm, and her infectious spirit has him rediscovering the joy in life.
Matthew makes her feel too much, want more than she can have, and dare to dream of being loved, but Katie knows she’s all wrong for a man with a child. Despite the passion between them, Matthew needs someone nice and normal, not wild and reckless – and Katie’s passion for her work has placed her in grave danger. And once Matthew learns her deeply buried sorrow, can he love her for all time?…
Now – do NOT expect these to be the high octane, high risk, adrenaline rushes of my Body Guard or Black Ops, Inc. books. They are absolutely not. I like to call them ‘suspense lite’ ) with a lot of fun and a hot love story at the heart of each book. I really hope you’ll enjoy them to. You can buy them here: B&N.com or here: Amazon.com
I love that e-book technology is making it possible for me as a writer and a reader to have access to out of print titles that we would otherwise not be able to find. I like it so much, in fact that I’m giving away 2 e-book copies of Worth Dying For to someone who comments today by answering this question: How do you feel about reissues in general?