Sixteen years ago today, “The World’s Greatest Husband(TM)” agreed to take me as his wife. And he hasn’t even run away screaming.

Yet. LOL

I love my husband more than I have capacity to say (and yes, I am aware of the irony of a writer being speechless). He is more than my husband, he’s also my friend and my biggest cheerleader. If it wasn’t for him, I might never have taken the plunge to finally pursue my fiction career.

Happy Anniversary, Honey! 🙂

And I also happen to have a new release. LOL

I’m pleased to announce my latest book, “Two Geeks and Their Girl,” (mfm) is available from Siren-BookStrand:


[Siren Ménage Everlasting: Erotic Ménage a Trois Romantic Suspense, M/F/M, HEA]

Amanda “Manny” Croyle hates technology…and it hates her right back. Which is why it annoys her when she’s assigned to an undercover investigation and protective operation for two computer geeks. But it’s not like she has a life. Just a wounded heart and PTSD from her time in the Middle East.

Korbin Temple and Rhys Gilyard are resigned to the fact that Artemis—a top-secret cyber-security project—is the only “woman” in their life. Then they’re assigned an administrative assistant. They’ve learned not to trust sexy women, especially once they suss out Manny’s true identity, but there’s something sweetly haunted about her and they wouldn’t mind a chance to brighten her world.

Manny knows getting personal is a bad idea, but the two men soon win her heart. Unfortunately, unknown criminals want their hands on Artemis. Now it’s a race against time to see if Manny can unravel the mystery before time runs out for one of her men.

A Siren Erotic Romance

Tymber Dalton is a Siren-exclusive author.

You can find all my Siren releases as Tymber Dalton, Lesli Richardson, Macy Largo, and Tessa Monroe on my Siren page at:

Happy Anniversary, Hubby! (And a new release, too. LOL)
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2 thoughts on “Happy Anniversary, Hubby! (And a new release, too. LOL)

  • August 2, 2013 at 4:11 pm

    Did post at ‘tymberstrybe’.. Happy anniversary… and I loved ‘Two Geeks and their Girl’. Have a wonderful special day.

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