SUPERNATURAL ♦ URBAN FANTASY ♦ CONTEMPORARY/SUSPENSE ♦ EROTIC ROMANCE


April 26th, 2012
Moonlight Kin: A Wolf’s Tale

Back in 2000, I’d just finished my first book (a contemporary that finaled in the Daphne du Maurier contest.). As a follow up, I wrote a melodramatic werewolf Romeo and ¬†Juliet story. At the time, my agent didn’t want me writing outside of contemporary romance, so I missed the first paranormal romance wave. (Let this be a lesson to you writers: Don’t let someone else steer your career. ¬†You are Capt. Jack. ;) Anyway, it took me all this time to get back to the book I originally called, “A WOLF’S TALE”. (I changed it because Kate Douglas has since done a whole series with a spin on that name.)

A WOLF’S TALE is one of those stories that would not leave me alone. I knew from the beginning that I’d have to go back and finish it. It was just a matter of time. It isn’t as long as I’d originally intended, but it’s a good story length (a little over 56K).

I decided to keep much of the angst and melodrama, since that’s how I originally wrote it. I cleaned up the prose and fleshed out the rest of the story–though I’ve always known how it would end. The book is now called: MOONLIGHT KIN: A WOLF’S TALE. You’ll find the cover below.

It’s been uploaded to Barnes and Noble & Amazon, but will probably take a day or so to propagate.

I will be starting Phantom Warriors: Linx next.

4 comments to “Moonlight Kin: A Wolf’s Tale”

  1. That cover is AWESOME!!!! Can’t wait to read it.


  2. Sasha, Thanks! I love this cover. I’ve actually gotten a lot of awesome covers as of late. Really digging them. :)


  3. Wonderful cover as usual, and the theme for the story very attractive. You’re right. You would have been right at the forefront of the paranormal wave.


  4. Bernard, Thanks!

    Yeah, coulda, woulda, shoulda. I was just too new to know better. :(