The Good, the Bad, and the Furry

When I finished writing My Furry Valentine I realized I’d left a few loose ends in the third book. Plus, I wanted to know what happened to Torrance, Mark, and the Stone.

I thoroughly enjoy writing these paranormals because world building for vampires and Furries is fun. Plus, the books are more humorous and less emotional than my historical romances. That’s not to say that people don’t have angsty moments because they do.

Here’s the blurb for the new book: 

Torrance Boyd could attest to the fact that the course of true love never runs smooth. She was madly in love with Mark, a Pranic Furry just like her, but he was suddenly involved with a vampire.

He was hiding secrets, but so was she: a grandmother who used inanimate objects to communicate and the Stone that could kill her at any moment. Added to her problems was the NAAH, a humans-only group that was out to eliminate her permanently. 

Torrance, however, wasn’t one to go down without a fight. Not only for her life, but for Mark. The question was, could she succeed with so many enemies?



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