I'm still here, though I haven't posted lately! On deadline, as usual, and writing like crazy to get it all done. Add in an emergency trip to see my father-in-law, who had open heart surgery, and I'm feeling frantic. (FIL is now doing very good, though it was questionable at first.) I have a Readers' Luncheon coming up in a couple of weeks, and then there's RWA in New York City — which I am SO looking forward to! My editor will be there, and though I saw her in London in September, it will be nice to see her again. She's a little bitty cute thing, of course, and I feel huge in comparison. Must get to work on that treadmill again!
I've had a fabulous review for The Devil's Heart that I wanted to share with you! Over at Everyday is the Same, Rebecca says, “So far in this challenge I have only given two books a 5 star rating, well this fabulous book by Lynn Raye Harris has become the third! I was absolutely blown away by it.”
Well, I can tell you that certainly made my day! The Devil's Heart is still available for order from all the major online retailers and eHarlequin, and you can also get it on your ereader — Kindle, Nook, Sony, Kobo, etc. There are links on the book page, or you can go to your favorite online store and search. 🙂 And if you give it a try, let me know what you think!
Next month, Behind the Palace Walls hits the stores! This book was originally released in the UK under the title Prince Voronov's Virgin — so if you've been waiting for it, it's almost here! Though you can order it now from eHarlequin and they will ship it to you without the wait. 🙂
And that ends the book commercial!
I'm currently working on a sequel to my most recent UK release, Strangers in the Desert. It features a hot sheikh. I love hot sheikhs. I've left Sheikh Malik and his heroine in the desert, so must get back to work and see what they're up to today. I hope it's something fun. 😉
(Oh, just discovered these blog widgets! Aren't they cool?)
I am a little behind on my TBR pile, but I recently finished The Devil’s Heart and I loved it! I posted a review on Goodreads, and I wanted to let you know how wonderful I thought it was over here, too. Marcos and Francesca were such compelling, tortured characters, and the opening scene was especially well written. Thanks for writing Francesca as a strong, determined heroine – she was very refreshing and easy to root for!
An added bonus – I used your bookmark for The Devil’s Heart while reading the book. Thanks, again! 🙂
@Erin K.: Thank you, Erin! I’m so happy to hear you enjoyed The Devil’s Heart! Always makes my day when someone lets me know they’ve enjoyed my book. 🙂 I appreciate the Goodreads review too! When I wrote that opening scene, it was so natural and just flowed — but my editor later told me they were a bit shocked over it. They never told me to change it, but apparently they hadn’t had a hero held at gunpoint before. *g*