by Kassandra Lamb
First, did you know yesterday was Paperback Book Day? I was trying to get Patches In the Rye‘s paperback out in time for this auspicious day, but glitches happened.
Second, Kirsten Weiss had what I think is a very clever idea. She has a fictional character, one of the Bonheim Witches of Doyle triplets, who is a romance writer.
So she’s publishing in-between novellas in her Doyle Witches’s series that are romantic suspense novellas “written” by her fictional character, Karin Bonheim.
Isn’t that cool!
On Saturday, she released the 3rd novella is this In-Betweens series. Check it out below!
And also please stop back next week when Kirsten and I will both talk about our reasons for and adventures with dabbling in romantic suspense.
And the third goodie for today is a review of my newest release, Patches In The Rye, by Barb Taub. And a bonus feature is Barb’s delightful humor. Check it out HERE.
LONE WOLF, A Witches of Doyle In-Between #3
A San Francisco homicide detective with a secret.
Christy Pavenic is a werewolf with the strength and speed to make it in her macho police precinct. But when her power takes a turn to the dark side, she fears she might be the killer responsible for a series of savage homicides she’s been called to investigate.
FBI agent Jason Shepherd is hard on the trail of a serial killer whose kills mimic animal attacks. A specialist in the paranormal, Jason hides a secret of his own—he can see the true nature of werewolves in their human form, and he’s certain one is at the bottom of the killings.
Battling both suspicion and attraction, the two must work together to solve the crime. Desire wars with distrust as they race to stop the killer before he strikes again.
A mystery within a mystery, Lone Wolf is novella three in the Doyle Witch supplements, and the sequel to Shaman’s Bane by fictional witch, Karin Bonheim.
And Karin has gone missing…
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