Hello readers and lurkers and all folks in between. Welcome!
I’m not up to anything especially new this week in my work. I’m continuing on with two previously started books (I’ve mentioned them, I think: Jack’s Independent Omega, which will be a heretofore determined number Cherry Hollow book that ties much more loosely into the others, but does exist firmly in Cherry Hollow with many familiar faces in the back and foreground. Also, I’m writing with my wonderful, marvelous co-writer Meg, King’s Loved Omega.)
I’m also doing some content editing for a client.
(The writer’s life is so glamorous. Haha.)
HOWEVER, Meg and I are getting ready to release Luke’s Omega Roommate, which is exciting! Hopefully, by the end of the weekend, we will be dropping the next book in the Cherry Hollow series.
We don’t have buy links yet, but the blurb is done, the cover is done, and the book itself is due back from the editor with final tweaks and then it’s off to formatting!
Scott Tanner doesn’t panic about problems—he plans solutions—but when he finds himself knocked up with his alpha roommate’s baby, his life begins to spiral out of control. Scott decides all his efforts must go into maintaining the grades for his scholarship, rather than risk his future. He can’t keep the baby; adoption would be more responsible. He refuses to allow his emotions, or his omega instincts, to keep him from the successful life he envisions for himself.
Australian Luke Loughty takes a happy-go-lucky approach to life, and he always lands on top, which is exactly where he likes to be when it comes to Scott Tanner. When their friends with benefits arrangement results in an unexpected pregnancy, Luke is prepared to roll with the surprise and take on the new responsibility of being a parent, alongside a job, football practice, and school.
When the time comes, Scott forces himself to hand over his newborn baby to Luke and signs away his parental rights. He worries he isn’t doing the right thing for either one of them.
Scott might plot and outline every second of his life, but Luke has a plan of his own—a family plan.
This 53,000-word story is the fourth book in the Cherry Hollow series.