Friday, July 25, 2014

HOT ICE **Special Offer**

As a special thank you to my readers, we're offering HOT ICE for only $2.99 for the first two weeks of release!




New Release: Hot Ice

I hope you enjoy HOT ICE, the next installment in the RAZORS ICE series. After Wild Ice and Mama's Ink, I figured it was time to take a little break from tearjerkers and serious subject matter and “sweet” romances. HOT ICE is a steamy, light read you can enjoy while you’re working on your tan at the beach or in your own backyard.





Happy Reading!
Rachelle

Thursday, July 24, 2014

Cover Reveal

Here is your first look at the HOT ICE cover!

Left winger Jace McQuaid has been nursing bitterness toward his ex-wife who cleaned out his bank account and left him skeptical of love and women in general. Then he meets Violet James, a sultry massage therapist, hired to help rehabilitate him and get him off the injured reserve list.

As Violet massages him back to health and thaws the block of ice around his heart, Jace rethinks his stance on relationships. What Jace doesn't know is that Violet is harboring a secret that just might destroy everything they've built together.

Look for HOT ICE this weekend at Amazon and Barnes & Noble!

And the title is...

Special Announcement: The title of the 4th book in the Razors Ice series will be...

HOT ICE

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Sunday, July 20, 2014

Home

Early this summer I took some time to work on a new book, binge-watch a few TV shows, and play Mario Kart with my husband (the only game I can beat him at!! Me, competitive? Nah.). And then I moved.

After several years in the same house, it's sort of bittersweet to pack up your belongings and move them somewhere new. After the art is taken off the walls and the nick-nacks packed away in bubble wrap, what used to feel like home is now an empty shell. Just a roof, bare walls and a lot more carpet now that the furniture is gone.

As a creature of habit, it's a bit daunting to uproot everything and start fresh. But it's also an exciting adventure, even if it is only across town. The new place will have different creaks and sounds and quirks and I'll soon be able to find my way around in the dark as I shuffle to the bathroom in the middle of the night. New birds will frequent my yard and the sun will cast its light on different walls in the morning.

I realize now more than ever that with a few personal touches you can literally make any place feel like home. Like I said about Home Ice: Home isn't always an address.

I know that as long as I keep people around me who love and support me, I'll always have somewhere to call home. Whether it be firmly in reality or between the pages.

At least I get to bring my characters to the new house with me. Because when I set up my new office and give them free reign of my brain again, I'm sure they'll have a lot to say after this long summer hiatus.

And then I'll feel right at home.