Sunday, November 13, 2011

November Releases at Soul Mate Publishing

 Thank you all for your support and encouraging words in regards to The Swan Cove Murders and Highland Legacy release day.

There are more great releases coming to Soul Mate Publishing this month and I wanted to feature them here today. But before I do, every Wednesday and Thursday for the remainder of the month I would like to have author interviews with the ones whose books are being released that given week. For this coming Wednesday will be Char Chaffin chatting with me about her new release Promises to Keep. And Thursday I hope to have with me Angeline Bishop and her new release North Star.

Enough with schedules. Here are the new releases and their given dates for the remainder of the month. All can be purchased at Soul Mate Publishing.

Coming November 16th: 

Annie Turner has lived in small-town Thompkin all of her life. Her family is poor, but she and her siblings have loving parents and a roof over their heads. As far as she’s concerned, she’s a lucky girl.
Travis Quincy’s ancestors founded Thompkin, deep in the Shenandoah Valley. He’s known immense wealth from birth, and for him that wealth is a part of his life that he’s never had to question.
While still in grade school, Annie and Travis meet and fall in love. Neither understands why they’re drawn to each other, but it doesn’t seem to matter. Like two halves of a whole, they’re only complete when they’re together. And nothing is more important than the vow they make to someday marry.
Growing up together, the rich, privileged boy and the girl from the wrong side of town find that when it comes to keeping their pledge, it's easier said than done. Travis's mother, Ruth, has plans for her son and they don't include his marrying a Turner. Her painful and secret past gives her an unwanted connection to the Turner family and a reason to hate them all. With cold determination she sets out to destroy the bond between her son and Annie.
Love is magical at any age...and a promise is forever.
Isn’t it?

Caresse Aldana is chosen to persuade Psyche’s dangerously handsome editor-in-chief, Graham Sheridan, to feature an article on the Mason Community Center. She tells herself it’s just business.
She thought her heart wasn’t in jeopardy, but she clearly underestimated Graham’s charm, and his determination to win her heart. As their passion intensifies, disturbing mishaps at the Center place Caresse’s life in danger.

The highly anticipated Mason Ball fundraiser is in peril. Can Graham decipher the evidence, finger the culprits, and save Caresse before it’s too late?

Coming November 23rd:

Tori Henderson is binding her breasts and donning her nephew’s clothes. Why? Because she just became the only parent to four teenage nieces and nephews, and they’re about to be homeless. So she’s joining the thousands of hopefuls surrounding the Oklahoma Territory borders to race for a piece of free land. Certainly disguising herself as a man will protect her from unwanted attention. Won’t it?

Set in 1889, A Run For Love depicts one of the most amazing events in our nation’s history. It pits the feisty Tori against the arrogant Jesse Cochran, attorney at law, and her new neighbor in Oklahoma.

Tori sees herself as a slightly overweight, spectacle wearing, no-nonsense woman. She has no time for men or the entrapment of matrimony. Jesse wants to distance himself from a town where he’s known as the "whore’s kid." Respectability is in his future, and he’s settling for nothing less.

When Jesse and Tori first clash in Arkansas City before they even begin the run, sparks ignite and insults fly. They come to a somewhat truce as they settle in their neighboring homes, but a family emergency puts the two of them on the road together where the sparks turn into flames. But forces are pulling them apart, even as they work to find an everlasting love.

Molly Tanner, unjustly suspended from her nursing position, is choosing flight over fight. Driving along a lonely, twisting highway, Molly misses a deer, but the oncoming car is not so lucky. She rushes to aid the injured motorist. Slumped over the steering wheel, he is not moving, but Molly hears the cry of a child coming from the backseat.

Smelling gas and afraid of the car exploding, Molly pulls the driver and child to safety. Semi-conscious, Pearce beseeches her to pretend to be his wife so his daughter won’t go into foster care again. Remembering her own life in the system, she agrees. But while caring for Gracie, and her father, Molly finds she’s in danger of losing her heart to both of them.

Coming November 30th:

Fairytales don’t always work out the way you plan.
Jenn Taylor has been with her husband, Jack, since they were in college. They had a fairytale life plan. They were going to finish college, get married, and have three perfect children all two and a half years apart.

Before they knew it, the three perfect children become four not-so-perfect children. They find themselves so busy keeping a handle on work and children, they don’t have the time or energy to keep the spark of romance in their marriage.
Jenn complains to her friends, who suggest she should recreate some of the scenes from her much loved romance novels and surprise her husband.

All the while, she is trying to contend with three boys who do not know how to stay out of trouble and an environmentally and socially conscious daughter who is trying to become a vegan.

Is her marriage doomed to stay in a rut forever? Will she finally succeed in bringing the romance back? Or will she end up permanently injuring her husband with all the romantic scene mishaps?

Another day. . . another dead body.
When Detective Adam Campbell learns that a WWII gun is connected to several murders he’s investigating, he hopes that tracking down the killer will be as easy as tracing the gun’s history. When he meets Jillian Whitmeyer, the last known owner of the weapon, the case becomes anything but simple.

Just because you can’t see it, doesn’t mean it isn’t real.
Adam soon learns that people who get close to Jillian have a bad habit of turning up dead. Jillian claims that the spirit of her sister, accidentally killed with that same gun, is responsible for the deaths. She warns Adam that he is likely to become the next victim. Adam’s been a lousy judge of women in the past, and this one’s obviously a nut case. Or is she? How does a just-the-facts detective deal with a ghostly serial killer and the sexy-as-hell sister she won’t set free?

AVAILABLE NOW @ Soul Mate Publishing: The Swan Cove Murders
Coming in December: Secrets of Jenkins Bridge


  1. Wow! What great books! Thanks for posting about all these books.

  2. Thanks for posting about these books, all sound great!

  3. Char Chaffin's book sounds interesting, try not to miss your interview.