Don’t miss the release of The Falcon Flies Alone, book 1 in Gabrielle Mathieu’s Falcon Trilogy, on August 3, 2016. You can find out more on her book page—including purchase links when they are available. But the cover and a short description follow.
Orphaned Peppa Mueller just needs a job to tide her over until her twentieth birthday, when she can collect her inheritance. But when she wakes up naked on her new employer's roof, haunted by flashbacks of a brutal massacre, money becomes the least of her problems. Now she's a woman wanted for murder, tormented by fears that she's going mad. Worse: the only man who can help her find answers is the sinister scientist responsible for her troubles.
Also, the e-book of the C. P. Lesley’s The Golden Lynx is again available on the Barnes & Noble and iTunes stores, at a new introductory price of $2.99. It is still on the Kindle Store at the same price, to make up for the fact that you can no longer borrow it for free. So don't miss this opener to what Book Muse calls "a compelling 16th-century adventure.” The adventure continues in books 2 and 3, The Winged Horse and The Swan Princess. Just click on any of the title links to learn more.