Feb and March 2018 sees the first two stories in my Claimed by a King miniseries, with new Mills and Boon branding for the UK and Aus covers. UK covers are to the left, Aus covers to the right. Sometimes the Aus covers use the UK image and sometimes the US image is chosen. I hear tell it depends what all the other covers in the series ‘drop’ are looking like that month.
#1 is Shock Heir for the Crown Prince — this is a high-fantasy abduction vacation (with palaces, wolfhounds and no apologies).
#2 is Convenient Bride for the King — whereby our jilted ice-princess (from book #1) receives a long-awaited sexual education–and it’s a revelation.
Books #3 and #4 don’t have release dates yet, but in book #3 an uptight king gets given a courtesan as a gift and he’s not allowed to give her back, and in book #4 a king marries a disgraced princess in haste (for political profit) and prepares to repent at leisure.
Ruthlessly repressing levity and emphasizing the ‘power and passion’ promise of these stories was no easy task!
Ruthlessly repressing anything tends to bring it to the fore in deviously unexpected fashion, does it not? So, y’know. Fair warning.
I hope you like the stories.