I can’t believe we’re already in September! I’ve spent most of this week not knowing what day or time it is. That’s what happens on release weeks! It’s been a crazy-busy awesome time, though, and I’m so excited for what’s next!
Nuar’s release was really kind of chaotic. I realized that I actually haven’t had a true solo release in almost a year and a half! Those skills have become a bit rusty, but I’ve been taking some amazing classes and am implementing what I’ve learned and just loving it all. It’s been wonderful to reconnect with the joy of writing and publishing. And that means more new releases, more stories, and more fun!
I’d love to hear from you if you loved Nuar. I read every review I come across and always love hearing from readers. Here’s the book’s page on Goodreads, or you can leave your review on your favorite book site!
If you haven’t picked up your copy of Nuar: A Scifi Alien Warriors Romance yet, what are you waiting for? The story of the Cygnian 7 is epic, and Nuar is just the beginning. I can’t wait to share more with you!
In the meantime, here’s an excerpt from Nuar. Enjoy!
Adrenaline coursed through her, heightening the goosebumps that were still all over her. Her back especially felt electrified all down her spine. She didn’t have time to think about it. She gripped her rake and turned toward the fight, assessing the new damage and looking for Craig’s opponent. It wasn’t hard to spot him. Tall, muscled, and very, very blue, the Cygnian warrior stood at the far end of what had been the carefully landscaped garden. His eyes were a vibrant red.
Her mouth went dry and more of those strange goosebumps swept over her skin. The feeling of butterflies in her stomach intensified and she found herself taking a step toward him before she stopped herself. The Cygnian’s dark blue hair was short and his chiseled jaw covered in sapphire stubble. He had the broadest shoulders she’d ever seen, and his seven-foot something frame was packed with muscle. He was utterly gorgeous. His gaze turned to her, and she swore his eyes started to glow.