It's finally time! Time for me to share with everyone more news on the continuation of Logan and Clay's story. First, the title: An Officer's Submission. Do you like it? I sure hope so because it's already on the cover. ;-) (That will be revealed next week!) It was a joy to write them again. I know these characters and they have a very strong presence in my writer brain. It was lovely to hang out with Logan and Clay, even if I wasn't always nice to them.
For my second offering - I have the blurb. I'm still tweaking it a bit. But since I like all of you, I'll give you a peek at it before it gets to the final copy.
Police Officer Clay Foster is finally at peace and happy with his life. He enjoys his career as a member of Houston’s SWAT team, and he loves submitting to his Dom in the bedroom. Unfortunately, nothing stays perfect forever. The harsh ugliness of the real world destroys Clay’s bubble of happiness. His trust shattered, Clay is forced to reevaluate his career, his relationship, and himself.
Sergeant Logan Pierce’s job is to take charge and lead Houston’s elite SWAT team. But the most important thing in his life is taking care of his submissive, Clay. Clay is his whole world, and Logan will do whatever is necessary to keep him safe. Even if that means going up against Clay’s stubbornness in order to help him heal.
Can Dominant and submissive work together to rebuild their happiness? Or will their love and relationship end before its truly begun?
Gasp! What does this mean? What is happening? Well, you'll be able to find out on release day, March 16th. That's only three and a half weeks away!
That's all I have for now. Be sure to check back next week for the cover, an excerpt and more ARCs! And while you're waiting, you can add An Officer's Submission to your To Be Read List on Goodreads and bookmark their page on my website so you don't miss any updates. And if you haven't read the first three books in the Cuffs, Collars, and Love series, now is a great time to get started with The Sergeant.
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