During the book tour for Monica Beggs, I hinted at the next book to be published. It’s a twisted fairy tale, which is all the rage. A retelling of the Princess and the Frog.
Continuum is finished. And I mean it’s done! I’ve added my storyline layers, re-edited, cleaned and dressed it up. There’s still things to be done between now and the publishing date, but I’m basically doing the Happy Dance.
Back Cover Blurb:
Privilege came at a price for the voluptuous Princess Evianna.
Life as a royal, living in the gothic castle upon the hill, was a lonely existence for the girl who grew up forbidden to interact with villagers.
Relief from solitude and sexual frustration came in the form of fantasies she’d spun about an unknown prince who would rescue her from a daily requirement of AA batteries and her erotic imagination.
Cursed by a spiteful witch to remain in the form of a frog, Prince Thaddeus spent the past fifty-five years banished to a brook and dodging hungry predators. Resigned to live out the remainder of his amphibious life in a cold-blooded existence, he’s surprised when the visiting princess understands his croaked words.
Evianna needs the frog, his sexy voice for companionship, and to fulfill her sexual desires. Tad needs the princess to break the evil curse. Together they come to an agreement that is mutually beneficial to them both.
I hope you find this frolicking fairy tale as much fun to read as it was to write!
My latest steamy contemporary romance has officially seen 20 days on the market. I owe much to my dear critique partners and friends who encouraged me along the way.
If you haven’t picked up your copy, here’s where you can: