Tagged with dawn rae miller

Getting a Makeover

Hey Kittens – I have excitement. Lots of it. Today, after six months of waiting, I can finally share CRUSHED’s new cover! I love it so hard. The boy and the blurred, foggy background are just perfect. This book, more than any other, is the book of my heart. I spent two years working on … Continue reading

CRUSHED 2 News

Hey all! I’ve been busy writing. Just finished drafting an adult romance novel and am working away on CRUSHED 2 (tentative title HITCHED). It’s been so fun getting back into the world of Fletch and his friends – especially Ellie, who is the main character in this installment. All the fan favorites are back, too … Continue reading

Phoenix IS Here!

Finally! That’s how I feel. Finally. After four years, the last book in The Sensitives trilogy is out in the world. Away from my hands and into the hands of readers. Deep breaths. I hope you enjoy it as much as you did LARKSTORM and NIGHTINGALE. Here’s to PHOENIX! It’s available at the following sites: … Continue reading

Phoenix Pre-Order Available on Kobo

Hi all- Phoenix is now available for pre-order on Kobo.com! Phoenix Blurb: Torn between her obligations to the State and her love of Beck, Lark must decide whom to trust: herself, or those around her. Her advisors argue that Beck should be sent far away – out of the realm of Lark’s influence. However, Lark … Continue reading

Phoenix Teaser and Release Date

  The opening of Phoenix is here! Just a little tease until the entire book releases May 20th 😀 “It’s going to be okay, Birdie. I swear. You’re going to be okay.” Beck’s hands move over my body as he recites words I don’t understand. He stops at my chest, just over my heart, and … Continue reading

Nightingale Teaser #3: Who is Ryker?

  Banners of each of the five great societies flutter overhead and lanterns cast a soft, warm glow across the dance floor, illuminating the hundreds of twirling couples below. I haven’t been to a banquet this extravagant since Callum and Annalise were bound nearly three years ago. And that didn’t exactly work out well. A … Continue reading