s-td-ss-strengthofthepack3Woot! It’s release day! The Strength of the Pack (Suncoast Society 30, MF, BDSM) is now available from BookStrand! This book is a direct sequel to Vulnerable (Suncoast Society 29, MM, BDSM).

http://www.bookstrand.com/the-strength-of-the-pack

Note: It takes 4-6 weeks for books to be released to third-party sites. I have no control over that. If you have a Kindle, you can order directly from Siren-BookStrand and have the file sent right to your device/app. If you have another kind of device, or read on a tablet, you can buy other format files from Siren-BookStrand and either download them or transfer them to your device. Nook | Kobo | iPad | BookStrand App via iTunes or Google Play for Android (Includes FREE books!)

Blurb:

Eva’s world collapsed when Leo announced he was divorcing her. She believed an imperfect marriage was better than none since Leo protected her and their daughter. Then she quickly came to love Jesse, Leo’s new husband, and realizes their “pack” is better, for all of them.

Nate Crawford practices acupuncture and enjoys helping people in his clinic and at Venture, the BDSM club. Family is all to him, because he raised his little sister as a single parent. He thought Leo, Jesse, and Eva were a triad, until matchmaking Tilly gets involved. Their only barrier to long-term love is whatever dark secret Eva keeps deeply buried.

When a confrontation finally forces the truth out, Nate and Eva are able to move forward, with Leo and Jesse’s blessings. But the worst day of Nate’s life pales in comparison when an unexpected crisis forces him to rely on the strength of their pack to carry him through a nightmare he can’t escape.

You can find a full listing of the Suncoast Society books and their reading order on the series page HERE.

 

Release Day: The Strength of the Pack (Suncoast Society)
Tagged on:                     

6 thoughts on “Release Day: The Strength of the Pack (Suncoast Society)

  • September 7, 2015 at 11:31 am
    Permalink

    Thanks for reminding me. I have to go download my preorder. If there is one thing I find lacking with Siren is there seeming inability to automatically send my preorder to me when it becomes available or even send me a reminder. I shouldn’t have to rely on authors to remind me or have to create a spreadsheet (which I have resorted to in the past).

    OTOH, Happy Release Day. Did you know they have created a National Holiday to celebrate all your hard work? Lol. Personally my plans for today are to eat Carnitas, drink Peach Bellinis by the pitcher, and read The Strength of the Pack.

    • September 7, 2015 at 11:35 am
      Permalink

      @Julaine – Thanks! 🙂 Not sure why it won’t send to you automatically. Is your Kindle email address accurate in the BookStrand account settings where it sends it to? (And thanks for the well wishes! LOL) 🙂 I’ll have to look up a Peach Bellini. Never heard of that. 🙂

  • September 7, 2015 at 11:46 am
    Permalink

    Yeah, my address is correct. It just requires me to go into my Siren bookshelf and select the Kindle option manually. It doesn’t automatically trigger the way it does when you preorder a book from Amazon. That amazing feeling you get when something you may have ordered months previously just magically appears on your digital device goes a long way to explain why Amazon is such a powerhouse. Siren’s process is not difficult, I’m just lazy and forgetful.

    Peach Bellini (julaine’s recipe)

    1 bottle of champagne or sparkling wine
    8 oz 99 Brand Peach Schnapps (watch this and adapt to your taste cause it’s 100 proof)
    1 24 oz carton of peach nectar

    Pour into a glass pitcher and sip slowly while enjoying the antics of family and friends or during a long indulgent day reading.

    • September 7, 2015 at 11:51 am
      Permalink

      @Julaine – I heard recently Amazon changed some stuff internally. It might have had something to do with that. The gist of what I heard was Amazon was trying to make it harder for third-party sellers to send directly to the device. And thanks for the recipe! 🙂

  • September 7, 2015 at 11:54 am
    Permalink

    . They already have the vast majority of the digital market, why try to squeeze niche market content makers? There is so much available it is sometimes hard to find something that is geared to my specific tastes in the vast sea of product available.

  • September 7, 2015 at 6:09 pm
    Permalink

    Great book…I already finished it. Laurel reminds me so much of my daughter at that age (she’s new 30).

    I love your character development and always look forward to each new book in the series.

    Thank you for my mental escape from reality.

Comments are closed.

%d bloggers like this: