Tuesday, November 22, 2016

Blindsided: A Titanium Security Christmas Novella

I'm thrilled to bring you my first ever Christmas story today. Blindsided is about the Titanium Security team. This is no fluffy holiday story, however, so get ready to do some nail biting as I bring the team together for a roller coaster of a reunion. I hope you'll hold your breath, cry and laugh along with this cast of characters I've missed so much.
It’s a Titanium Christmas reunion…
Grace and Alex Rycroft have just moved into their newly renovated house in upstate New York and they’ve invited the whole Titanium Security crew to celebrate an early Christmas with them.
But not all is merry and bright.
Unfortunately things don’t go as planned. When the unthinkable happens at a veteran’s charity event in the middle of Manhattan, the team must pull together to take down the attacker and rally around a wounded teammate in the tragic aftermath. With one of their own left fighting for his life, it’s going to take a Christmas miracle to pull him through and make the holiday season bright.
(*Note: This novella is a final wrap-up of the Titanium Security Series and is not meant to be read as a stand-alone.)

In other news, a lot of you know I'm all finished with my upcoming novella for Liliana Hart's MacKenzie Family release next March. Never Surrender is about the Bagram Special Ops crew, focusing on Ace and Ryan…and Ace's dear grandma. She is an absolute hoot, and modeled after my own darling late grandma. I had SO much fun writing this one! Can't wait for you to read it.

Last but not least, yesterday I finished up the draft of Falling Fast, the first book of my new DEA FAST Series, which will release in late January. It features Charlie and Jamie, and picks up right at the end of their part in Easton's Claim, the final book of the Colebrook Siblings Trilogy. Now I'm on to the next one.

That's all the news for now! Wishing you all a safe and wonderful holiday season, from my family to yours.

Lots of love and happy reading,

Kaylea :)


Biblio Brian said...

Is there a reason I have to pay $1.00 more if I want to buy the book from Kobo?