Promoting my own new-release (Chasing Down the Night – 3rd book in the Crater Lake Series) twenty-four/seven gets a bit boring, even for me. But see how I subtly snuck it in there? Ah well. Being an indie author is tough slogging at times, folks.
So – in the spirit of indie sharing, I want to shout out Kevin Brennan’s latest book, Occasional Soulmates. I just finished it last night and it blew me away. And what about that cover art? Pretty awesome. A glowing five star review is definitely in the works. But, time is of the essence. Kevin’s book is free this weekend.
Check out the book description:
When the thirty-eight-year-old San Francisco doctor meets her new patient, a handsome British expat with the unlikely name of Dylan Cakebread (and an uncanny resemblance to Jude Law), she’s convinced it’s the start of her own relationship novel. He’s an architect, no less — always a key piece of her most indulgent fantasies — and the heroine of a relationship novel always gets her fantasy man, right? Though their shaky start raises red flags that her oldest girlfriend, Jules, is quick to point out, Sarah can’t help it. She falls hard for Dylan and it appears to be a two-way street.
But maybe meeting your perfect mate in the exam room isn’t the best opening act. Sarah thinks she’s the cure for what ails him, but soon she learns the secret Dylan has been keeping from her. Now she has to choose between happiness and the illusion of it — if Dylan doesn’t take the choice out of her hands first.
It’s starting to look like this isn’t her relationship novel at all: it’s his.
Okay, you’re hooked, I know you are. What author isn’t going to smack that ball right out of the park with a character named, Dylan Cakebread? Do pop over to the Amazon site of your choice and download a free copy of Kevin’s book. You won’t be disappointed. And take a quick trip over to Kevin’s blog – What the Hell – he posts about a host of interesting things.
And if you just happen to have some extra reading time – well – I am obliged to say – Chasing Down the Night is now available. Subtlety is apparently not part of my vocabulary these days.