June was a pretty busy month for me. In Her Closet was published at the end of may after months and months of hard work. Seeing that book published and out in the world has been fun and fulfilling but, now it’s time to buckle down and work on the next book!
Next up was Mercy by Annabel Joesph. I grabbed this title primarily because there was an excerpt at the end of Comfort Food. It wasn’t exactly the same sort of story as Comfort Food but, it did not disappoint.
whether dancing in a small avant-garde company or
posing for art. But she has always felt as if something is
wrong with her, as if something is missing. She has never
been in love.
strangely affecting man enters her life. Matthew Norris,
rich, handsome patron of the dance company, has decided
that he wants Lucy for his own. He makes her an offer
that both frightens and compels her, and they soon begin
an affair characterized by only two requirements, beauty
and truth. But how truthful are Matthew and Lucy?
How much of Matthew’s strenuous brand of love can
Lucy endure? And how long can their rigid Dom/sub relationship stay
frozen in time, never growing, never moving forward.