It's release day for The Scholar's Heart, and I'm both excited and anxious at the same time. This is a story I've had turning around in my head for a while now, and one that I know a lot of you have been waiting for. I hope you enjoy Etan and Tristan and their story as much as I do.
The blog tour continues too. Today you can find me at The Novel Approach, talking about naming characters, at Divine Magazine, tackling the tough question of where I get my inspiration, and at Oh My Shelves, discussing the love of libraries I share with Etan. Stop by to read the posts and excerpts, and to enter the giveaway.
And today only, All Romance is having a 50% rebate for Memorial Day, which includes all my books and lots of others.
Youngest son of a royal duke, Etan is a scholar at heart who juggles his work for the prince with his studies of the history and legends of Tournai, something of particular interest to him because he shares the magical Talent that runs in the royal bloodline. Etan’s peaceful world turns upside down when his best friend—the man he secretly loves—unexpectedly marries a woman. Though Tristan values his friendship with Etan and has always been attracted to him, he is a dutiful son, raised to shoulder responsibility for the family business one day. That day comes far sooner than anticipated, and he makes a deathbed promise to his father to marry the woman his father chose and become head of the company and family.
A year later, Tristan is a widower with an infant daughter and a mother who demands he marry again quickly—something Tristan resists. Circumstances throw Etan and Tristan together, and even as they succumb to the desires they’ve always harbored, Etan battles his feelings, wary of being cast aside again. When Tristan’s daughter is kidnapped, Etan and Tristan must come together to find her, find the person responsible, and support each other through the ordeal… and maybe beyond.
Buy The Scholar's Heart:
Dreamspinner Press ebook
Dreamspinner Press paperback
Barnes & Noble