Sunday, October 30, 2016

WeWriWa: It’s Here! Finally!


After much angsting, trial and error, and sleeplessness, PRINCE OF HONOR is a tasty treat now ready for consumption! Still working on the trade paperback, but the first book in my “House of Terriot” series is up in all e-formats! Here’s one last peek . . .


Waking to sunlight slanting across his face and the crawly feel of someone staring at him, Turow quickly straightened, nearly falling off his chair to the cool amusement of the female eyeballing him from the edge of the bed.

She wore the same crumpled clothing from the day before, her glorious hair bound loosely back, her face scrubbed clean of any make-up, and for a moment, he forgot how to breathe, until he caught the undercurrent of her temper.

“Is it your plan to starve me into submission? I haven’t had so much as a sip of water since yesterday afternoon except out of the bathroom faucet, but I’m sure the thought of me safely tucked away under lock and key never crossed your mind while kowtowing to our king. You at least owed me the courtesy of letting me know he didn’t have you murdered!”

She’d been worried about him? 

Before a silly smile could escape, she skewered him with her glare, demanding, “Am I a prisoner in this room?”

He considered it then said, “For a while it would be best for you to only go out with me.”

“And what part of that doesn’t say prisoner . . . or am I in danger?”

“Did you think you wouldn’t be?”



The hunter becomes the prey, a prisoner to his own desire . . .

Turow . . .

Strong, silent man of integrity content to serve his new king as a prince in the turbulent shape-shifter House of Terriot. A tracker and relentless hunter, he’s used to running trails alone until charged with returning a traitor to their mountain top home to face the unforgiving judgment of their clan. On the run with the bad girl he’s loved forever, the choice between duty and desire has never been more difficult . . . or deadly.

Could the bargain made to save their lives become reality?

Sylvia . . .

Manipulative schemer or victim caught between a mother’s ambition and a rogue prince’s lust for power? Trust is almost as foreign as the idea of love, but to save herself from certain death, she must risk both on the good man who deserves them . . . from someone worthy. Trapped by the only one who believes in her goodness, will she betray him and run for her life . . . or stay and destroy him with a long hidden truth?


Deadly, Damaged, and Delicious!
Brothers too H.o.T. to Handle!

Ahhhh! Sounds like mated bliss to me! I’ll give them their privacy while I move on to the ending of the next book in the series. Here’s what’s in store . . .




Sorry I missed you all last week. My post was up, but I didn’t get added to the linky list in time. Scroll down to check it out. Unfortunately, the only contemporary book deal that’s still available is for my first one, FOR MERCY’S SAKE which is still on SALE at just $1.99.




For an extra TREAT, All Romance E-Books is offering a 50% rebate off my titles on the 30th and 31st! Buy the book, get something SWEET back!

I’m off to enjoy some happy haunting at a Zoo Boo with the grandguy. Wishing you a Spooktacular Halloween!




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34 comments:

  1. Congrats on your new release, Nancy! I love her attitude, and how he seems so calm in comparison. I'm wondering the same thing though, is she a prisoner or in danger?

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    1. HIS prisoner, absolutely! And she'd be wise to be on the lookout for that danger...

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  2. Congratulations Nancy!

    Sounds like she is going to be quite a handful!

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  3. Congratulations Nancy!

    Sounds like she is going to be quite a handful!

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  4. Is she p.o.ed or what? LOL He's in real trouble. Congrats on the new release, Nancy.

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    1. Thanks, Di! I think he can work his way out of the dog house!

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    2. BTW, Nancy was on my blog on Friday with a great tribute to someone special.

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  5. Best of luck on your release. Delightful snippet.

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  6. Happy release day! This is quite the entertaining snippet.

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    1. Thanks, Alexis! It's been a long time coming!

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  7. Congrats!

    She wants food *and* water? Next she's going to be demanding clean clothes, then where will it end? :D

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    1. I know! Ungrateful wench! Thanks, Caitlin!

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  8. Congratulations on the release! I don't blame her for being annoyed with him.

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    1. Thanks, Christina! I think he's smart enough to make up for it . . . quickly!

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  9. I'd be a little ticked too. Also loved how he was surprised that she was worried about him. Congrats on the release!

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  10. Best wishes on the release - I did mention it in my New Releases post last Wednesday. Interesting dynamics in the excerpt. She seems very strong willed and determined (and thirsty.)

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  11. Good luck with the new release - always a happy time. Great snippet. Tweeted.

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    1. Happy . . . and stressful! Thanks for the Tweet, Victoria!

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  12. Beautiful descriptions. All the best for your release

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  13. She seems like she's no fading violet. Nicely done, Nancy. Your writing is as fluid as ever! :-) Best wishes with this release!

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  14. Ya gotta love Sylvia's fiery spirit.

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    1. She can be a pistol to work with, that's for sure!

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  15. Ooo great twist at the end! I love her spirit. Also, congrats on all these exciting releases and promos! :D

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    1. Thanks, Amy!! Hope your release was fabulous!

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  16. Congrats on your new book! I think they are a great match in spirit and in banter. Sparks are flying! Great snippet!

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    1. They were so much fun to work with! Thanks, Jenna!

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