Wow, autumn really feels as if it’s on its way here in England. The weather has turned to rain, and it’s very blustery, blowing all the leaves off the trees. I’m one of those people who love the Seasons, so for me this is a welcome change after a very hot summer. Soon be Christmas! Was that a groan I heard?
Our youngest son has now returned to university, after taking a year’s break away from academia. We wish you well in your new course, Peter. Most of all, be happy. And try not to bring too much washing home for Mum on a weekend!
Challenging Gabriel (Knight Security 2), the third story in my contemporary romantic suspense series, is published today. Gabriel is a particular favourite of mine, and I loved writing his hot and suspense-filled story. Hope you enjoy reading it!
I have now finished writing Pleasured by a Duke (Regency Unlaced 7), and it is with my editor. If you read book 6 in this Regency suspense series, Captured by a Gentleman, then you will have already met Sebastian Falkner. I think you are going to love his story, and this 7th book also introduces the hero of book 8 in the series, which will be available for pre-order soon and released December 15th. Pleasured by a Duke is available for pre-order, and will be released October 28th.
As always, the stories in my Regency Unlaced, Knight Security, and Alpha series are all romances with added suspense and/or danger. They are also more explicit in their language and sexual content than my other books. In other words, they’re hot, so you have been warned!
Love Carole x
Buy links for Challenging Gabriel (Knight Security 2)
Also available ibooks, Kobo, and Smashwords
Buy links for Pleasured by a Duke (Regency Unlaced 7)Also available ibooks, Kobo, and Smashwords
Carole Mortimer has written over 215 books in the contemporary and Regency genres.
Carole is Recipient of the 2015 Romance Writers of America Lifetime Achievement Award, a USA Today Bestselling Author, Entertainment Weekly Top 10 Romance Author, 2014 Romantic Times Pioneer of Romance, and in 2012 was recognized by Queen Elizabeth II for her ‘outstanding service to literature’.
She is very happily married to Peter, they have 6 sons, and live on the beautiful Isle of Man.