It’s hard to believe it, but Brick is out in the wild. I am just over the moon that I can share him with you guys.
I’m so grateful to everyone who took the time to leave reviews on Goodreads, Bookbub, and (especially) Amazon. This is the best way to help other readers find books, and discoverability is such a challenge.
I’ve been so blessed with some of the positive feedback coming in.
“…a fabulous and thrilling introduction to what looks to be a great new series.” –Beckie https://www.beckiebookworm.com/2019/02/05/arc-book-review-brick-cooper-construction-1-jen-davis-release-blitz/#.XFy0HntKi3c
“HOLY HADES SWEET BABY JESUS is what I was saying while I was reading this book.” –Tee http://kaidansseduction.blogspot.com/2019/02/give-me-books-promotions-presents_18.html
“The suspense kept me flipping pages until there were no more pages left, I felt raw and exposed and oh so scared at times…The ending was KILLER! It had me gasping and “no way”ing the entire time!” –MegB https://www.goodreads.com/review/show/2682520833?book_show_action=true
Kane is just a few weeks away. I hope you guys enjoy his story as much I loved writing it.
Category : reading
I can’t believe the year is coming to a close! 2018 was an awesome year for reading and I want to share some of my favorites with you. Those of you who visit my reviewing blog will see this list there too, but you guys are getting the first look.
The Sins of Lord Lockwood by Meredith Duran. Tortured heroes are my jam and Lockwood fits the bill in spades. The man was kidnapped right after his wedding and sent to a penal colony under a false name. The wife he left behind is heartbroken, but instead of seeking the answers she wants, she asks only for an heir. Lots of feels in this one.
Burn Bright by Patricia Briggs. As much as I love the Mercy Thompson books, I adore the Alpha and Omega spinoff books even more. Here, Charles has been put in charge of the pack in Bran’s absence. We get to spend some time with the Wildlings in this one and get a peek behind the curtain of Leah’s character. Anna and Charles are so great together. I can’t get enough of them.
Category : About me
I had a wonderful Thanksgiving with my family this year. We visited our family in New Orleans, which is always so much fun (despite the challenge of a 13 hour drive with two kids in the backseat.) While we were there, we helped my in-laws celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary. It was a lovely ceremony, in which they renewed their vows. After my father-in-law’s tearful love letter to his wife, there wasn’t a dry eye in the house.
We had a huge, delicious meal, full of all the traditional NOLA trimmings: turkey with oyster dressing, squash & shrimp casserole, sweet potatoes, and an array of vegetables. I’ll need to cut back for the next few weeks just to fit in my jeans again.
And as awesome as all of that was–and believe me, I am so grateful–I have one more thing to be thankful for this year. I’ve signed with Limitless Publishing! That’s right, Brick has a home. I don’t have all of the details yet. The cover, release date, and all that good stuff will come soon. And I promise to share them all as soon as I know more.
In the meantime, thank YOU for making this journey with me. I am incredibly blessed.