Haven't read the story yet, just wanted to say that cover is totally amazing!
Thank you; I think it's wonderful, too. Of course I'm probably biased, as it was designed and created by my daughter. :)
I can´t wait to read Her Ladyship´s curse!
Thank you, Susanne, and I hope you enjoy it (8 more days until the release!)
Thank you so much! I did the groan that you do when you reach the last page and realize something wonderful is over. SO anxious for Her Ladyship's Curse now!
I'm not through with Percival and Laurana yet, either. Expect their story to continue in Forget-Me-Knot, the free story I'm writing to go along with the release of His Lordship Possessed (and I'm planning to release the free e-book at the end of September/beginning of October, so stayed tuned to the blog.)
I just finished reading My Lord Mayhem--twice! I loved the story, and the set up for Her Ladyship's Curse. Though now the wait seems even more interminable, if that's possible.
A week and a day, Terlee, and then the fun really begins. Can you believe it's been seven months already since I started this blog? (I can't.)
Having been lucky enough to win copies of both Her Ladyship & His Lordship in a giveaway, and having devoured them in less than a day, I can tell you that they are well worth the wait. Excellent stories and so unexpected! I loved My Lord Mayhem as I knew there was something more to Laurana... I think this series could run & run! And like terlee I love the artwork, especially the mask. I couldn't quite visualise it while I was reading the novella, but later when I came back to the blog, there it was - boom.
My daughter, the cover artist, was very patient with me as a client (she handled everything I threw at her, including one last-moment change I needed, quite professionally.)I'm glad you enjoyed the story, Fran. I have a soft spot for Laurana, and getting the chance to tell the story from her POV was great fun.