Posts Tagged ‘Harlequin’

Can You Believe This?

Thursday, July 27th, 2017

You won’t believe what happened!

First my big news…my Western Christmas novellas are finally all in one collection! I’m so thrilled to bring my readers these three favorite historical romances that were originally published in three different anthology collections, published by Harlequin Historicals.

WESTERN CHRISTMAS WEDDINGS

September 2017 – Pre-Order Now

Available in Kindle, Audible and paperback

For my 2017 Christmas collection…I have kept the titles of each story identical to avoid confusion.   The three novellas titles are:

  • His Brother’s Bride
  • The Sheriff’s Housekeeper Bride
  • Fallen Angel   ** This one was a RITA nominee!**

My original title was WESTERN CHRISTMAS BRIDES, but the minute I finished having the artwork done, Harlequin Historicals posted the title for this year’s Western Christmas anthology.  Can you guess?

It was Western Christmas Brides!!

Can you believe it?

I couldn’t.  Neither could my cover designer.  What a terrible coincidence. After some hand-wringing, I decided to make a change. Two Western historical Christmas anthology collections out the very same month with the very same title would be too confusing and who would believe I had not just come up with the same title, besides you? Add to this that Harlequin is my publisher and you see my problem. Titles cannot be copyrighted which is why you see many books with the same title–but generally not in the same month!  I hope I made the right decision.

I’m very proud of these Christmas stories and know you will enjoy reading them again or for the first time, so I hope you’ll pre-ordering this Christmas collection



Cover vs Cover — FIREWOLF

Saturday, April 15th, 2017

Cover vs. Cover for Firewolf, Jenna Kernan’s new romantic suspense from Harlequin Intrigue

I love these cover vs. cover images so much that I decided to make by own from my new Harlequin Intrigue series romantic suspense, Apache Protectors: Tribal Thunder.  This is book #3, Firewolf, and is  the story of an Apache hot shot accused of arson and heiress documentary filmmaker who uncover an attraction too hot to handle and a plot that could destroy his tribe.

Paperback release–April 18   Digital release–May 1



COVER REVEAL

Saturday, March 25th, 2017

The Warrior’s Way is a June 2017 release

 

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

 

 



Apache Protectors-COVER vs. COVER

Friday, March 17th, 2017

What’s Your Fav?

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!

EAGLE WARRIOR #2
is available in February 2017

Firewolf #3 is available in May 2017



Coming Next….FIREWOLF

Monday, March 6th, 2017

 

FIREWOLF #3 in Apache Protectors: Tribal Thunder

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