I had to share my beautiful new cover for the upcoming sequel to Vessel. Once again, Anne Cain has created the perfect artwork to showcase my novel. Cleave is slated to release in May and will be showing up on the Dreamspinner Press "Coming Soon" page in the next week or so.

Blurb:

On New Year's Eve, Cole Fujiwara stands vigil at his father's deathbed while his surrogate wife, Noriko, gives birth to twins. As Cole contemplates his future, he acknowledges that he's living his father's dream… and that he's probably destroyed his chance at happiness with Sloan, the love of his life.

Finding harmony in an emerging D/s relationship has not been without issue for Sloan Driscoll and his Master, Trent Hamilton. Their journey has been littered with mishaps, but their powerful love and sexual connection continue to bind them together—until Sloan comes face to face with Cole for the first time in nine months.

The meeting means different things to each of them. To Cole, it's the first step on the path to a reunion. To Sloan, it's a terrible mistake, one he confesses immediately. As for Trent, the bitter realization that a connection between the former lovers still exists forces him to issue an ultimatum. Is Sloan willing to do anything to prove their relationship is worth saving, including becoming Trent's 24/7 slave? And if Sloan stays with Trent, how can Cole ever hope to find happiness again?

Stay tuned for the exact release date and giveaways...
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message 1: by Lidia (new)

Lidia Even if you spent some time since I read Vessel, I would still kill Cole ... but I can not wait to read Cleave and I hope that Slove has a bit of happines


message 2: by Mickie (new)

Mickie Ashling Lidia wrote: "Even if you spent some time since I read Vessel, I would still kill Cole ... but I can not wait to read Cleave and I hope that Slove has a bit of happines"

Thanks for commenting, Lidia. I can't really say anything without spoilers but I do hope you enjoy it. I should have an exact date shortly.


message 3: by Barb (new)

Barb Manning Can't wait. I loved reviewing Vessel.


message 4: by Mickie (new)

Mickie Ashling Barb wrote: "Can't wait. I loved reviewing Vessel."

Hi, Barb. I read and appreciated your review of Vessel. This is not a simple romance and it's certainly had ups and downs that were unexpected--much like real life:) I hope that Cleave will engage you as well. Thanks for commenting!


message 5: by T.A. (new)

T.A. Webb I'm looking forward to this one. Vessel left me...infuriated. LOL.


message 6: by Mickie (new)

Mickie Ashling Tom wrote: "I'm looking forward to this one. Vessel left me...infuriated. LOL."

Gulp...well...I'm not sure how to respond to this:) You'll have to judge for yourself. Try to keep in mind that the Cutting Cords series has always been Sloan's story. Thanks for commenting, Tom.


message 7: by Sharon (new)

Sharon Cox I'm really looking forward to this book. Cutting Cords and Vessel roped me in and now I want to see what happens.
This trilogy is about Sloan and I want to see what happens to him.


message 8: by Mickie (last edited Apr 26, 2012 01:22AM) (new)

Mickie Ashling Sharon wrote: "I'm really looking forward to this book. Cutting Cords and Vessel roped me in and now I want to see what happens.
This trilogy is about Sloan and I want to see what happens to him."


Thank you, Sharon. I hope you enjoy the book!


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