Defending the Net Released

It’s here! It’s finally here! YEAH! It’s the release of my sexy sports novel, Defending the Net, that follows the romance of goalies Brighton and Gatien. These bad boys of hockey bring back the term body-check. I am so excited and stoked that words can’t express it enough. I can barely believe it is happening. That means this day must be celebrated (as if I haven’t been celebrating the entire week).

Let me tell you. This week has been insane. I’ve had tons of tech issues. I was beginning to think my life was a remake of Maximum Overdrive with the way my electronics began taking a life of its on.

My email went all wonky, and important messages were being directed to spam. I have no idea when it started doing it, but I’m assuming it has been several weeks, maybe even months. If anyone emailed me within the last couple of weeks, I’m still going through all of it and am responding as fast as I can. Second, my blog cropped up weirdness and began posting at random time after the clocks were set back for the time change. First, it defaulted everything to noon. Later, I noticed some had reset to 9:00 AM. I’ve had to go in twice now to fix it back to 10:00 AM CST, but don’t be surprised if my post comes in at some other time.

Then, my Facebook page decided it didn’t want to allow me to post anything there. Nope, nothing. And then, when I finally managed to get it to upload and it was incorrect, it wouldn’t allow me to delete. I had to have others go into my page for me, and it even gave them problems. So, who knows. I guess the stars just lined up, and said, “Not today you won’t.” But, oh yes, I will because today, is the day. DTN is released, and I couldn’t be happier. Every mishap has not deterred it from happening, and I’m overjoyed to be sharing it with each of you.

Jumping right in with tons of info in this post.

BLOG

So, to recap, anyone following knows that I have been posting every day since October 28 with special posts leading up to the release. That has been tons of fun. Each has provided some type of insight or relates to DTN. Here’s a quick rundown of posts.

  • Love & Sociopaths (Halloween inspired and not at all demented and dark)
  • Kissing Smooch Smooch
  • Romantic Horrors (Another Halloween inspiration)
  • Real Talk About Your Characters Writing Tag (A fun way for writers to talk about their WIP and books. I used DTN characters to complete this tag.)
  • DTN: What’s That (A synopsis and background of DTN)
  • The Quick and Dirty Guide to Hockey (The rules of hockey explained)
  • An Interview with Myself (Answering FAQ about DTN and other matters)
  • Beer Facts (Cause hockey players drink beer)
  • Presenting the Sigma Male (Step aside alpha. There’s a new man in town.)
  • Saint Anne, Louisiana (All about the hometown of DTN)
  • Defending the Net Playlist (The music I frequently listened to or was inspired by while writing DTN)
  • Meet the Players (All about the characters of DTN)

All of these posts are on my blog. Also, let me remind everyone that my giveaways are still going happening.

CONTESTS

Contest #1

Today is the last day to win a free DVD from Hot Tree Publishing when you grab a copy of DTN. Visit their Facebook page for all the details. (Hot Tree Publishing Facebook)

Contest #2

Win a free signed copy of Out of the Penalty Box, my first hockey romance that was released earlier this year. All one has to do to enter the giveaway is:

  1. Follow this blog on Creole Bayou
  2. Like this post/leave a comment
  3. Join my Newsletter/Mailing list at https://genevivechambleeconnect.wordpress.com/newsletter/

BONUS ENTRY: For anyone who follows steps 1-3 AND preorders a copy of Defending the Net, your name will be entered twice for a chance to win. Just post a copy of your order receipt below or email it to genevivechamblee@yahoo.com

It’s that simple. A winner will be chosen at random. The giveaway ends 11/11/18 at 11:59 CST.

Contest #3

For a chance to win a free copy of DTN, post a picture of the DTN cover on Instagram and tag me in it so I’ll know it’s there. My Instagram is genevivechambleeauthor if you would like to leave me a message or comment on any posts. The giveaway ends 11/30/18 at 11:59 CST.

Or if you prefer, you can post a picture of the DTN cover on Twitter and tag me there. My twitter is @dolynesaidso. The giveaway ends 11/30/18 at 11:59 CST.

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WHERE TO PURCHASE

GR: https://www.goodreads.com/b…/show/41207644-defending-the-net

Amazon US: https://amzn.to/2L8LWQn
All Links: books2read.com/defending

WHERE TO WRITE AND READ REVIEWS

I always love hearing from readers. If after reading you would like to tell others about the experience, I’m on both Amazon and Goodreads. I will list the links below. I appreciate honest reviews, so whatever you have to say, feel free to post it. Even if you decide you do not want to write a review, please consider stopping by Amazon, Goodreads, or both and giving it a star liking/ranking.

Amazon: www.amazon.com/author/genevivechamblee

Goodreads: https://www.goodreads.com/author/show/16429845.Genevive_Chamblee

“I want to read DTN but…”

Here’s the tea.

A common question that I have been asked and have addressed but would like to address again is DTN’s relationship with my first sports novel, Out of the Penalty Box. I am frequently asked if DTN is a sequel. No, it is not. OotPB is the story of Aidan and Christophe. They make an appearance in DTN as do some of the other OotPB characters, but DTN is the story of Brighton and Gatien. DTN can be read as a standalone. However, OotPB is available for purchase as well. (Or if you participate in one of my contests, you may win a free copy of it.)

Another common question is one needs to have an in-depth knowledge about hockey to enjoy DTN. No. I do my best to explain any technical terms or rules within the story. But for those who want to know more prior to reading, I wrote a post (A Quick and Dirty Guide to Hockey) that covers this topic. But also remember, DTN is first and far most a romance.

Many of my characters speak French, Cajun French, or French Creole. Sometimes, readers have a concern that they will not be able to understand because they do not speak these languages. Know that I do my best to explain each foreign word/term either directly or with context clues. I also keep the usage of any of these languages to a minimum. Therefore, the story is easy to read and understand.

Some ARC readers have asked if the story of Brighton and Gatien will continue. It depends. If enough of you say that you would like to read more about them, then please let me know in either an email or comment on one of my social media platforms. I main goal is to entertain my readers. I have said it several times, without my readers, none of this would be possible. I cannot express my gratitude and appreciation enough.

Do you have time to read it? I’ve been informed by ARC readers that DTN goes by quickly because of the pacing. It’s also not 100 billion pages that will take months. Thus, if you’re pressed for time DTN may be a book for you.

You’re still not sure because it’s, “eh, just another romance”. With DTN, I try to go beyond typical romance and bring both drama and comedy. I want to do the unexpected and break stereotypic molds. My characters may not be typical or react as most. I also appreciate diversity. Hopefully, readers will find characters they can connect or relate. I like bringing giggles when least expected, too.

Yes, but is it sexy? Oh, yeah. DTN is steaming hot. Any hotter and the ice rink would be a sauna.

TWEETING ON TWITTER

Okay, so I guess that’s all I have for now. Today, I will be around for most of the day on Twitter. If you have questions or want to chat about DTN, my novels, or anything else, tweet me @dolynesaidso. Drop in and say hello.

Keep your eyes peeled for other adventures today. Who knows what I may have spring up later?

 

 

 

GIVEAWAY, GIVEAWAY, GIVEAWAY!

It’s GIVEAWAY TIME!!!! Yes, here’s a great giveaway sponsored by HOT TREE PUBLISHING.

Hot Tree Publishing

#Preorder #Giveaway #GayRomance #Sports #Hockey

Defending the Net by Genevive Chamblee

Brighton Rabalais only wants to play hockey. He’s uninterested in the politics behind the sport, but his recruiting to the Saint Anne’s Civets is as much about politics as it is his hockey abilities. He’s been hired to replace the enigmatic, three-time champion, veteran goalie, Gatien Glesseau, who happens to be as sexy as he is talented.

Their clashing is inevitable, but Brighton can’t get a read on Gatien. However, with his own secrets a concern, Brighton doesn’t need another complication. But when Gatien threatens to invade Brighton’s privacy, Brighton defends his heart with the same vigor and passion as he does the net.

GR: https://www.goodreads.com/b…/show/41207644-defending-the-net

Amazon US: https://amzn.to/2L8LWQn
All Links: books2read.com/defending

🎉🎉 Giveaway 🎉🎉
For a chance to win a DVD/BlueRay copy of Breakaway (A Hockey Movie) or a $10 Amazon GC!

All you have to do to enter is: 
>> Like this post
>> Share this post

**Giveaway is open until Saturday, November 10, 2018. Open internationally.

For gifts sent through Amazon, anyone in at a non-deliverable address will receive a $10 Amazon GC.

For ebook wins, your kindle email address must be provided to claim your prize.

**FB is not responsible for any prizes or giveaways on this page, they’re the sole responsibility of HTPubs**

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Meet the DTN Players

My sports romance novella, Defending the Net (DTN) is being released on 11/10/18. Today, I will be introducing the cast of DTN. Because this is a spoiler-free post, not all cast members will be introduced. The reason being is that I would be unable to effectively discuss any of them without giving away key plot points. I’ll begin the introductions with the MC and leading man, Brighton Rabalais.

Brighton Rabalais, or Bry as he is called by his closest friends, is a rookie goalie, newly recruited to the Saint Anne Civet hockey franchise. He’s a first-round draft pick with loads of talent and a humble heart. All he wants is to play hockey. His confidence is swayed, not by a lack of talent, but due to the politics behind his recruitment. It’s dirty. He’s there to undermine payment negotiations with veteran goalie, Gatien Glesseau.

Gatien Glesseau is a three-time national champion with good looks, great moves, and a bite every bit as severe as his growl. He’s able to turn on and off his emotions quicker than most blink. His goal (literally) is to be treated fairly, but he understands that’s a slim chance of happening with Brighton in the Brighton. Gatien is handsome, smart, and some years older than Brighton. However, that doesn’t mean he can’t learn things from his junior. It also means his Brighton is a real threat.

Next up is Semien Metoyér, the Civets center, and Brighton’s best friend since college. Semien is a type of enigma to the hockey stereotype with his mild-manner, clean-cut, and non-foul mouth. One might mistake him for a video gamer than a hockey player—though they’d be very wrong. Already in the national league, Semien is sure to have Brighton’s back.

Dylan is Brighton’s roommate and the antithesis of Brighton. While Brighton is quiet and humble, Dylan is boisterous and breaming with confidence to the point of arrogance. Not only is he the opposite in personality, but physically he’s much smaller—shorter, thinner, and not very strong.

Dr. Janesen is Brighton’s warmhearted, nurturing, down-to-earth physician. She tells it like it is. Although always professional, she cares deeply for Brighton as if he were a member of her family.

Christophe Fortenot is the team’s captain and might as well say, the welcoming committee. Team members follow Christophe’s lead. Therefore, having his acceptance is necessary and more important than the owners. Christophe is … well, Christophe. He has his own flare.

Finally, Nicco Bale is another veteran player. On the ice, Nicco adds power and muscle to the team. Off the ice, he’s a bit of a busybody and instigator. However, he means no harm, and characters tend to laugh when he around … sometimes. Nicco doesn’t take himself seriously, and that works for him. But he’s more complex than he seems.

And that’s it for the cast. Read about them all in DTN.

Don’t forget to visit Creole Bayou again. New posts are made on Wednesdays. If you have any questions or suggestions about this post or any others, feel free to comment below or tweet me at @dolynesaidso. You also can follow me on Instagram at genevivechambleeauthor or search me on Goodreads or Amazon Authors.

Enjoy sports romance? Check out my new adult romance, Defending the Net, being released in November. It is the second in my hockey series and guaranteed to melt the ice. Preorder at: https://books2read.com/defending. Crossing the line could cost the game.

Missed the first in my hockey romance series? Don’t worry. Out of the Penalty Box, an adult romance where it’s one minute in the box or a lifetime out is available at http://amzn.to/2Bhnngw. It also can be ordered on iTunes, Nook, or Kobo. For more links where to purchase or to read the blurb, please visit http://bit.ly/2i9SqpH.

Life’s Roux: Wrong Doors, my steamy romantic comedy, is available at Red Sage Publishing. To order, follow the link to Amazon at http://amzn.to/2lCQXpt.

Copies of all my books and stories are available in paper, eBook, and audio on Amazon, iTunes, Kobo, and Barnes & Noble. The links are listed in my Writing Projects page (http://bit.ly/2iDYRxU) along with descriptions of each of my novels or stories.

NEWSLETTER! Want to get the latest information and updates about my writing projects, giveaways, contests, and reveals first? Click on Newsletter and signup today.

If you enjoy reading this blog, please share it with your friends and family. There’s never too many people in the bayou. Spread the word.

 

DTN Playlist

Frequently when I write, I listen to music. Not only does it block background noise to help me focus, it sometimes gives me motivation and invigorates my creativity. The following musical choices were songs that in my mind correspond to the scene I was writing at the time. Note, I’m not endorsing or receiving any monetary gains for mentioning the songs in this list. Additionally, this list is not an official soundtrack to Defending the Net (DTN). Instead, it is a comprised list of sounds that I listened to numerous times while writing DTN and have come to, in my mind, associate them with particular scenes.

Many writers and authors do this. When reading I often wonder what is going through an author’s head to inspire a scene. So, I thought it would be fun (and possibly scary) to share what was going through my mind. It also may give readers a sneak peek into the feel of DTN.

My playlist consists of music from diverse genres and different decades. What can I say? I’m eclectic. Some scenes were inspired by more than one song. In no way is this list an exhaustive list of the music I listened to while writing DTN, but these are the ones that stand out. I can’t even explain some reasons my mind made the links.

Chapter 1: Hells Bells – AC/DC. There’s no better way to get DTN started than with this song. The ringing bells have a feeling of impending dread and doom, yet, they continue to ring. I can envision Brighton entering the bar with a similar demeanor.

Chapter 2: Hate My Life – Theory of a Deadman. It’s sassy, a bit sarcastic, and amusingly self-pitying laced with a hint of anger. However, the mood is upbeat, and one can’t take it seriously.

Chapter 3: Here Now (Madness) – Hillsong. This song may seem an odd choice, but it’s a perfect fit. It’s a Christian song that expresses an inability to explain what is felt and a willingness to open one’s mind and heart to something beyond self and walk in faith. The instrumental gives a sense of floating. However, if one uses a secular interpretation of the lyrics, they easily express Brighton’s, the main character, mentality. He can’t explain his emotions and doubts his ears.

Chapter 4: Teas’n Pleas’n – Dangerous Minds. This song is upbeat, a little chaotic with changing moods like the characters, and pure fun. Nothing more needs to be said.

Chapter 5: Delicate – Taylor Swift.

Chapter 6: What’s My Age Again – Blink 182. It’s not so much the lyrics as it is the spirit that links the association in my mind.

Chapter 7: Take On Me – A-Ha. This just fits.

Chapter 8: Something Just Like This – Chainsmokers. I found myself always working on this chapter late at night, even during the editing. While it’s true, I’m a night owl and work on most stories after the sun has set, I frequently make the most of any spare time in the day to write as well. It never panned out that this scene I found spare time in the day. I don’t know what it is about this song but it seemed a fitting melody to segue the day to night. This is the reason for this association—that longing for wanting something simple and not asking much.

Chapter 9: Whatever It Takes – Imagine Dragon. Simply put: Brighton is a go-getter and following his dreams. This is why he is the hotshot rookie goalie for the Civets. Well … kinda.

Chapter 10: Hit Me With Your Best Shot – Pat Benatar and Let the Bodies Hit the Floor – Drowning Pool. Seriously, there can’t be a story about a contact sport without some songs about doing physical and mental damage. There are surges of adrenaline and defiance to succumb.

Chapter 11: Blow Me (One Last Kiss) – P!nk. This chapter definitely gives off the vibe, energy, and intensity of this song. Readers who read this chapter while listening to this song I think will quickly understand why I’ve associated the two.

This chapter is also inspired by Psycho – Post Malone Featuring Ty Dolla $ign. It’s very mellow. Mainly, this song speaks of trust.

Chapter 12: The Middle – Zedd, Maren Morris, & Grey. This entire song is a plea. It’s also a search for compromise and peace. These elements are common threads throughout DTN and really could be applied to multiple chapters. But I think I may have listened to it more in Chapter 12 than in any other chapter.

Chapter 13: Meant to Be – Bebe Rexha featuring Florida Georgia Line. This sparks inspiration.

Don’t forget to visit Creole Bayou again. New posts are made on Wednesdays. If you have any questions or suggestions about this post or any others, feel free to comment below or tweet me at @dolynesaidso. You also can follow me on Instagram at genevivechambleeauthor or search me on Goodreads or Amazon Authors.

Enjoy sports romance? Check out my new adult romance, Defending the Net, being released in November. It is the second in my hockey series and guaranteed to melt the ice. Preorder at: https://books2read.com/defending. Crossing the line could cost the game.

Missed the first in my hockey romance series? Don’t worry. Out of the Penalty Box, an adult romance where it’s one minute in the box or a lifetime out is available at http://amzn.to/2Bhnngw. It also can be ordered on iTunes, Nook, or Kobo. For more links where to purchase or to read the blurb, please visit http://bit.ly/2i9SqpH.

Life’s Roux: Wrong Doors, my steamy romantic comedy, is available at Red Sage Publishing. To order, follow the link to Amazon at http://amzn.to/2lCQXpt.

Copies of all my books and stories are available in paper, eBook, and audio on Amazon, iTunes, Kobo, and Barnes & Noble. The links are listed in my Writing Projects page (http://bit.ly/2iDYRxU) along with descriptions of each of my novels or stories.

NEWSLETTER! Want to get the latest information and updates about my writing projects, giveaways, contests, and reveals first? Click on Newsletter and signup today.

If you enjoy reading this blog, please share it with your friends and family. There’s never too many people in the bayou. Spread the word.

GIVEAWAY, GIVEAWAY, GIVEAWAY!

It’s GIVEAWAY TIME!!!! Yes, here’s a great giveaway sponsored by HOT TREE PUBLISHING.

Hot Tree Publishing

#Preorder #Giveaway #GayRomance #Sports #Hockey

Defending the Net by Genevive Chamblee

Brighton Rabalais only wants to play hockey. He’s uninterested in the politics behind the sport, but his recruiting to the Saint Anne’s Civets is as much about politics as it is his hockey abilities. He’s been hired to replace the enigmatic, three-time champion, veteran goalie, Gatien Glesseau, who happens to be as sexy as he is talented.

Their clashing is inevitable, but Brighton can’t get a read on Gatien. However, with his own secrets a concern, Brighton doesn’t need another complication. But when Gatien threatens to invade Brighton’s privacy, Brighton defends his heart with the same vigor and passion as he does the net.

GR: https://www.goodreads.com/b…/show/41207644-defending-the-net

Amazon US: https://amzn.to/2L8LWQn
All Links: books2read.com/defending

🎉🎉 Giveaway 🎉🎉
For a chance to win a DVD/BlueRay copy of Breakaway (A Hockey Movie) or a $10 Amazon GC!

All you have to do to enter is: 
>> Like this post
>> Share this post

**Giveaway is open until Saturday, November 10, 2018. Open internationally.

For gifts sent through Amazon, anyone in at a non-deliverable address will receive a $10 Amazon GC.

For ebook wins, your kindle email address must be provided to claim your prize.

**FB is not responsible for any prizes or giveaways on this page, they’re the sole responsibility of HTPubs**

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Beer Facts

Hockey players are known to do some serious drinking. When the Boston Bruins won the Stanley Cup in 2011, they racked up a whopping $156,679.64 liquor table at the MGM Grand in Mashantucket, Connecticut. In Defending the Net (DTN), the players also have their fair share of drinks, especially beer, although their tab isn’t nearly as hefty as $156k. But in that same spirit (no pun intended), here are some fun facts about the beer.

  1. Beer dates back to at least 5000 BC.
  2. Witches are argued to be the first brewers. What’s the evidence? Well, cats, an animal frequently associated with witches (unless you’re reading the Wizard of Oz) were used to keep rats and other rodents out of the grain storages and supplies. Above the front doors of the establishments where beer was sold, an “ale stake” was hung in display as a symbol. The ale stake was a rod with several smaller sticks attacked/bound to one end. In other words, a broom. When selling their brews in the town market, sellers wore pointy hats in order to be identified easily by buyers
  3. The Milwaukee-based brewing company, Schlitz was the first company to store beer in a brown bottle. This was done to keep the beer fresh by blocking out sunlight.
  4. Additionally, Schlitz was the first to bottle beer in tall bottles (tall boys).
  5. During the Prohibition-Era, physicians prescribed medical beer”.
  6. A beer can be chilled in two minutes in a bowl of salt and ice.
  7. During the American Civil War, beer was taxed to help the union fund the war against the confederate.
  8. There are several styles of beer. The most popular two are ales and lagers.

Amber/Red

Dark Lager Malts Porter

American

Doppelbock

Oktoberfest Stout

Belgians

Hefeweizen

Pale ale

Wheat

Bock

India pale ale/IPA

Pale Lager

Brown ale Lambic

Pilsner

  1. There are four ingredients in beer: barley, hops, water, and yeast.
  2. Beer comes in several colors.

Amber/Red

Brown

Dark

Honey

Blonde

Cream

Golden

Light/Pale

Don’t forget to visit Creole Bayou again. New posts are made on Wednesdays. If you have any questions or suggestions about this post or any others, feel free to comment below or tweet me at @dolynesaidso. You also can follow me on Instagram at genevivechambleeauthor or search me on Goodreads or Amazon Authors.

Enjoy sports romance? Check out my new adult romance, Defending the Net, being released in November. It is the second in my hockey series and guaranteed to melt the ice. Preorder at: https://books2read.com/defending. Crossing the line could cost the game.

Missed the first in my hockey romance series? Don’t worry. Out of the Penalty Box, an adult romance where it’s one minute in the box or a lifetime out is available at http://amzn.to/2Bhnngw. It also can be ordered on iTunes, Nook, or Kobo. For more links where to purchase or to read the blurb, please visit http://bit.ly/2i9SqpH.

Life’s Roux: Wrong Doors, my steamy romantic comedy, is available at Red Sage Publishing. To order, follow the link to Amazon at http://amzn.to/2lCQXpt.

Copies of all my books and stories are available in paper, eBook, and audio on Amazon, iTunes, Kobo, and Barnes & Noble. The links are listed in my Writing Projects page (http://bit.ly/2iDYRxU) along with descriptions of each of my novels or stories.

NEWSLETTER! Want to get the latest information and updates about my writing projects, giveaways, contests, and reveals first? Click on Newsletter and signup today.

If you enjoy reading this blog, please share it with your friends and family. There’s never too many people in the bayou. Spread the word.

An Interview with Myself

Over the months, I’ve been asked many questions about Defending the Net (DTN) and my writing process. I found that several are the same questions. I guess inquiring minds do want to know. Therefore, today’s post will attempt to answer the most common questions I’m asked about DTN.

What was the inspiration that causes me to want to write DTN? The answer is twofold—or maybe threefold. First, I love writing, and I love hockey. It only seemed natural that I would pair my two loves. Second, after the release of Out of the Penalty Box (OotPB), people asked if there would be a sequel or more. At the time, I hadn’t given it much thought and was unsure. But as time went on, I was intrigued by the challenge of writing a series, which I’ve never done. Third, there are more stories for me to tell about this hockey team. Lastly, but certainly not least, I didn’t want to disappoint readers. As long as readers want to read my stories, I’m more than happy to write them. My goal is to entertain.

What was the most difficult part in writing DTN? As with any novel, the story needs to be fresh. Because some of the characters from OotPB are also in DTN, I wanted to ensure there wasn’t too much overlay/overlap and the focus remains on the current characters and story.

What is the audience for DTN? Is it erotica? Well, the steam factor is high, and readers definitely should use plenty of sunscreen. But no, DTN is not erotica. It’s a new adult/adult romance. And here’s why it’s not erotica. The story between Bright and Gatien is first and foremost a love story. Everything else that happens is secondary to their romantic relationship.

Will there be more books in this series? Possibly.

How long did DTN take to write? This is a complicated question because I had the basic idea and concept long before I began writing. Once I started, I had to set it aside to fulfill other obligations. However, overall, the writing was quick. But getting the first draft completed is far from the end. Editing took a bit and then getting it to production took longer.

Am I as excited for DTN as I was for OotPB? Oh, heck yeah! Both were fun to write and challenging in different ways. It’s like a parent with multiple children—you’re thrilled for each one.

What have I learned from writing DTN? There are so many lessons, but I think my biggest lesson isn’t writing-related but sports-related. I’m a huge hockey fan, and over the years, hockey has changed and evolved. The one thing I’d never thought much about was the process and thought that goes into designing a goalie’s mask. It was eye-opening to learn about this.

Enjoy sports romance? Check out my new adult romance, Defending the Net, being released in November. It is the second in my hockey series and guaranteed to melt the ice. Preorder at: https://books2read.com/defending. Crossing the line could cost the game.

Missed the first in my hockey romance series? Don’t worry. Out of the Penalty Box, an adult romance where it’s one minute in the box or a lifetime out is available at http://amzn.to/2Bhnngw. It also can be ordered on iTunes, Nook, or Kobo. For more links where to purchase or to read the blurb, please visit http://bit.ly/2i9SqpH.

Life’s Roux: Wrong Doors, my steamy romantic comedy, is available at Red Sage Publishing. To order, follow the link to Amazon at http://amzn.to/2lCQXpt.

Copies of all my books and stories are available in paper, eBook, and audio on Amazon, iTunes, Kobo, and Barnes & Noble. The links are listed in my Writing Projects page (http://bit.ly/2iDYRxU) along with descriptions of each of my novels or stories.

NEWSLETTER! Want to get the latest information and updates about my writing projects, giveaways, contests, and reveals first? Click on Newsletter and signup today.

If you enjoy reading this blog, please share it with your friends and family. There’s never too many people in the bayou. Spread the word.