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Without further ado…
Things are heating up for Lady Catherine!
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“It Takes a Spy…” comes out in twenty days!
And in other news, my cover reveal for “Lady Catherine’s Secret” is this Friday, October 17th. It’s going to be a busy week! If you subscribe to my newsletter, look for the cover in your email inbox on Friday! If you’d like to subscribe, click on the image here on the right
In my ongoing efforts to whet your appetite, here’s a new teaser for “It Takes a Spy…”!
It Takes a Spy… comes out in just twenty-five more days. Plus, today is my dad’s 80th birthday! To everyone who knows him, make sure you wish Joe a happy birthday!
It Takes a Spy… comes out in just thirty days!
I can hardly wait for you to read it, so here’s just a little taste…
It’s cover reveal day! It’s cover reveal day! I’m so EXCITED!
This is the luscious new cover for my upcoming book “It Takes a Spy…”
This book launches my new Secrets and Seduction series. Each standalone book is complete, but various characters will reappear in later books.
It Takes a Spy – by Sheridan Jeane
In 1851, Cecilia Paring has serious reservations about marrying her fiancé, Devin Montlake. Gone is the boy who could capture her heart with a word or a glance and in his place is a man who has made it clear that to be a proper barrister’s wife, the exciting and impulsive Cecilia must change as well.
Although Devin Montlake loves his orderly life as a barrister, he’s determined to follow his roadmap to achieve his goal of becoming a judge. His biggest obstacle seems to be convincing his headstrong fiancée to fulfill her social obligations with a modicum of propriety. But when the jewelry collection belonging to Cecilia’s family is stolen the night before it is to be auctioned off and Devin is framed for the crime, he discovers that following his much-loved rules won’t solve this particular problem. He’ll need the inventiveness of his irrepressible fiancée to catch the thief.
You can preorder it on Amazon by clicking here!
I want to thank Su at Earthly Charms for her fabulous design!
A number of bloggers have graciously offered to share my new cover today, and they also plan to provide book reviews. I want to thank them all.
Go check them out!
This should be an exciting few weeks leading up to my release date on November 1st!
Isn’t Summer Grand?
I’ve been very busy since the beginning of June. But summer is always a busy time!
My sons have been involved in a Performing Arts Camp for a number of years, and I thoroughly enjoy volunteering to help with the costumes because it lets me get to know the kids and the other parents. Fortunately, there are many people who help with the costumes, so I was able to maintain a fairly rigorous writing schedule… until around July 10th. After that, the frenzy of summer vacation overtook us. We traveled to San Diego and then on to Costa Mesa for my niece’s wedding. We visited my mother-in-law, and spent time with various relatives we haven’t seen in ten years. My kids seemed to enjoy the trip. I say “seemed to” because they are teenagers. Those creatures are notorious for either hiding their feelings or showing disdain for most things. Fortunately, my sons were fairly enthusiastic throughout the trip, and we all had a great time. My older son learned to boogie-board, and my youngest son went paragliding (while my husband and I tried not to freak out).
After we returned home, we visited University of Pittsburgh so my older son could see if he might want to attend college there (he might), and I had to deal with some medium-to-large sized emergencies. But I am mostly in one piece (except for my toenail, but that’s an entirely different story.)
The good news is that my editor is reviewing two of my books. She is about to complete her final pass on my novella “It Takes a Spy…,” and she just sent me her first round of edits for “Lady Catherine’s Secret.” Once I have her final stamp of approval, I’ll begin working with the cover artist for both books. I can’t wait to see what she comes up with! I absolutely LOVED the cover of “Gambling on a Scoundrel.”
Should I do a big cover reveal? Definitely!
My son goes paragliding at the Torrey Pines Gliderport in La Jolla, CA