I hope everyone has a happy Valentine’s Day!

My Suncoast Society characters are celebrating it in their usual quirky style: A Very Kinky Valentine’s Day.

I’ve been getting a lot of questions about my Triple Trouble series.


Yes, I will be writing more books in that series. (Just have to get the characters to quit being so stubborn. LOL)

If you haven’t gotten caught up on all the books (including the prequels) in my Triple Trouble series, here’s the info:

Series Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/TripleTroubleSeries

Writing As: Tymber Dalton
Publisher: Siren-BookStrand

The Triple Trouble series primarily focuses on Elain Pardie-Lyall, the mate to Ain, Brodey, and Cail Lyall, who are triplet wolf shape-shifters. Set in Florida, their journeys take them all over the country.

The reading order for the complete series, including the prequels, is as follows:

  1. Boiling Point (Tasty Treats, Vol. 3) (Prequel)
  2. Steam (Prequel)
  3. Fire and Ice (Prequel)
  4. Trouble Comes in Threes (Book 1)
  5. Storm Warning (Book 2)
  6. Three Dog Night (Book 3)
  7. Triple Dog Dare (Book 4)
  8. Out of Smoke and Ashes (Book 5)
  9. A Wolf in the Fold (Book 6)
  10. Triple Cross (Book 7)
  11. Coming Soon
  12. Coming Soon
  13. Coming Soon

(Note: The print versions of books 1 and 2, Trouble Comes in Threes and Storm Warning, are available as one compendium volume.)

Related Characters:

Emery and Wyatt (Triple Trouble 6) are featured in the Placida Pod series.

Ryan Ausar is a featured character of the Good Will Ghost Hunting series.

The vampires who are referenced to be running Yellowstone are actually the vampires from the Brimstone Vampires series.

There are several more books planned for this series.

Boiling Point
Fire and Ice
Trouble Comes in Threes
Storm Warning
Three Dog Night
Triple Dog Dare
Out of Smoke and Ashes
A Wolf in the Fold
Triple Cross


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Happy Valentine’s Day!

One thought on “Happy Valentine’s Day!

  • February 14, 2015 at 1:19 pm

    Stubborn characters reminds of the old Carol Burnett I saw the other night. Harvey is at the typewriter working on his story and Carol and Tim play the characters. It was fun to watch them react to what he was typing and then to see them undo things as he changed the story. In the end he gives up and crumples the paper to the ground. They both crumple as well but the last shot is that they still reach out and hold hands. Kind of sweet to see others show characters as having a realness to them.

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