Saturday 23 May 2015

The Alpha's Concubine - Part Five Published!

It's done! The concluding part of The Alpha's Concubine is all wrapped up, longer than ever, and available to purchase on Amazon, Smashwords, and Google Play, with other retailers to follow as per usual!

Still reeling from the betrayal of one of their own, the Moon People struggle to piece the safety of their pack back together as tragedy after tragedy threatens to break them apart. Netya is lost, her fate unknown, and there are precious few who still have faith in her innocence.
Caspian believes, and he will stop at nothing to find the girl who has captured his heart. With Netya's life in the balance, respect and propriety between friends can no longer stand in the way of how he and the alpha both feel for her.
The ripples of Vaya's treachery are leading to a culmination of many things. The breaking point of a rivalry, the wills of two great leaders—and the answer to a question of love.

This one has been an absolute delight to pen. I certainly hope that everyone reading enjoys the story as much as I did putting it together over the past year or so. It's been the kind of novel I've been dying to write for years now, and I strongly feel that it's my best yet.
Stay tuned for more updates about what's next on the schedule for me! Or perhaps, if you give part five a read all the way through to the end, there might just be a little teaser waiting there~

Thursday 14 May 2015

Slight Delay!

Just a quick heads up here -- the final part of The Alpha's Concubine is going to have to be pushed back a little more, likely to the 23rd, due to my own silly urges to write way more than I initially planned. It ended up running more than 10k words longer than intended, which in turn leads to more time required for editing, and more time for proofing. I'm super disappointed to have had a ~1 month gap between the finale and the previous part, but hopefully the extra content will be worth it!

If nothing else, this will be a good lesson to me about not underestimating my ability to ramble on for pages and pages when I've got self-imposed deadlines to hit.