I hope you’re enjoying this Wicked Wednesday. I am. I’m preparing for the September release of my Sci-fi romance, SILVER. I can’t wait for you guys to see the cover. It will be revealed on August 6th. SILVER is a story that was supposed to be released next year. But I got so excited about it and this mini series: Beastly Bites, that I decided to release it early.
Today I’m sharing the playlist for SILVER. And just like the book, some of the songs are naughty. You’ve been warned. Enjoy!
Where did the idea for SILVER come from? I’m glad you asked. It came to me when I was working on my Sci-Fi novel, Her Alien Protector. In book one of this series you meet Lark and her mate Raynor.
In book two you’ll meet Lark’s sister Lola. While plotting Lola’s story, I introduced a character, Malia. Her appearance in Lola’s story is brief, but it got me to thinking… what if I shared Malia’s story in a different book?
Since Malia’s journey takes her to a far away galaxy, I decided to start a different series for her and her friends. And that’s how Beastly Bites were born. They are novellas centered around supporting characters in my Beasts From Beyond series.
Haven’t read Book 1 of The Beast From Beyond series? No worries. It’s available on Amazon and FREE with Kindle Unlimited.
Her Alien Protector:
Falling in love with a prisoner was against the rules.
So why was Lark allowing herself to get close to Raynor? He was domineering, cocky and much too handsome for his own good. Though her mind found him unbearable, her body was ready to endure anything he could deliver. However, inside of him lived a darkness unlike anything she’d ever witnessed. If the rumors were true, that darkness would consume any and everyone in its path. Lark was going to try her best to stay out of his way.
They called him The Destroyer.
Raynor Batiste was many things: a monster, a killer, one of the most feared creatures in the galaxy. He was a beast whose name sent shudders through his enemies. However, a prisoner he was not. He’d only allowed himself to be captured so he could get close to his mate, Lark Valdese.
That task was proving harder than he’d anticipated. Lark is afraid of what lives inside of him, and she should be. Yet, when her planet comes under attack, the evil lurking within him may be the only thing that can save her and her people. He’s willing to protect her planet, but his aid comes at a price, a price only Lark can pay.
Will Beauty give in to the Beast in order to save her world?
Or is he a greater threat than her enemies?