COVER REVEAL – THE WARRIOR’S WAY
APACHE PROTECTORS: TRIBAL THUNDER #4
I’m so pleased to show my readers the final cover in the APACHE PROTECTORS: TRIBAL THUNDER series. This release, THE WARRIOR’S WAY, arrives in June 2017. Many of my fans have written me to ask about Jack Bear Den, the twin brother of Carter Bear Den (TURQUOISE GUARDIAN) and a man with questions about his roots. Unlike Carter, who is the captain of the tribe’s Hotshots, Jack is a tribal police detective. It will fall on him to protect the tribe from an outside threat that could destroy his reservation. I know you will enjoy this story and hope you will look for it on the shelves in mid-May 2017 and in digital format June 1, 2017
BOOK #3 in my APACHE PROTECTORS: TRIBAL THUNDER series is here!
It is ALWAYS a thrill to receive a big, unopened box of book from Harlequin. These are my author copies and I have already sent nearly half the box to my fabulous REVIEW CREW. If you’d like a autographed, pre-release copy of my new releases, you can apply to my review crew. The application is on my homepage.
WHAT’S FIREWOLF ABOUT?
An Apache Hot Shot accused of arson and heiress documentary filmmaker uncover an attraction too hot to handle and a plot that could destroy his tribe.
Firewolf releases in stores on April 18
Firewolf released in digital on May 1
COVER vs. COVER
Eagle Warrior, my February release is up against Firewolf my May release. I never choose favorites but this is the ultimate face-off because Ray Strong (on the left) is my bad boy and Dylan Tehauno (right) is so good the other Hotshots call him an Eagle Scout. I’ve paired Dylan with a woman with a reputation for trouble who will rock his world and thrown them both into a raging wildfire. I hope you will enjoy watching the sparks fly!
FIREWOLF #3 is coming next – Arriving in May 2017
When opposites attract, the sparks ignite more than they bargained for…
Dylan Tehauno is a hotshot, an expert in preventing and fighting forest fires. He knows that the inferno that killed a tech billionaire was no accident—and he suspects that he and filmmaker Meadow Wrangler were supposed to die, too. When lawmakers identify Dylan as a prime suspect, he and Meadow decide to find the real arsonist themselves.
Dylan and Meadow have nothing in common. He’s an Apache war hero, a self-made man. She’s a rich girl with a tabloid past. But there’s no denying the heat between them. Is there more to their attraction than physical desire? Will they survive long enough to find out?
Apache Protectors: Tribal Thunder
Readers have strong opinions about covers and it is one of the aspects of publishing of which the writer has very little control. I send the pertinent details of the physical appearance of the hero and heroine along with the setting. In addition I usually provide some photos of various important clothing or setting details. I sent several images of traditional and modern medicine pouches as worn by some Native Americans and others. You can see the art departments interpretation of this around the neck of Ray Strong in the Eagle Warrior Cover.
So…which is your favorite cover?