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The Love of a Good Fae

I have some exciting news. The Love of a Good Fae is available for preorder, release date Jan 24th, and will be the first book of 2017 for me! 🙂 It’s available at all major retailers and once I have it combined with Chained in Desire, the paperback will be available, probably sometime late January as well. I like to keep the corresponding novellas with their novels, since it makes life easier, I find. Although a part of me would love to see this cover in paperback. Isn’t it gorgeous!

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A novella in the Enforcers and Coterie series. Each one is a standalone book delving deeper into a world where magic co-exists peacefully with the ordinary, for the most part…

Lilith Tremaine spends most of her time in an insane asylum, recovering from a vicious attack, or so the world believes. Craving revenge, she’d made a binding oath to the Light Fae queen, Tatiana. A mistake she can’t undo.

Caymus, an elite warrior for Queen Tatiana, has always followed his queen’s wishes. His latest assignment, however, strains his loyalty. Infiltrate a warlord demon’s stronghold and retrieve a dangerous object. The prize Tatiana dangles convinces him to complete the hazardous mission – Lilith’s freedom.

Feeling responsible for Lilith’s attack and subsequent oath to the queen, Caymus would do anything to free the woman he loves from a lifetime of servitude. Even if it means his own death.

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Novella

I’ve realized I enjoy writing novellas, a slice of life for secondary characters that appear in the main books. I like breathing life into them, giving them their own stories. At first, I wanted to release them separately and for free, but then I wondered if anyone would actually read them. They aren’t required for the series to make sense so maybe people would skip over them.

Then I had an idea. I read recently that adding the first chapter of the next book at the end of the book wasn’t popular. However, deleted scenes and extras were. So, why not include the novella at the end of the book instead? Even better, the novellas are meant to follow after a certain book which means it’s almost guaranteed it’ll be read in order.

What do you think? Good idea or not? Would you read a novella included in the book?