Tuesday, March 27, 2012

Double Cover Lovin' & Series Info

I've got covers! Well, I received the finals last week, but with all the fun of release week last week, I waited until today to show them off on the blog.

Brook Street: Fortune Hunter (book #2) - A man determined to obtain a fortune by marrying an heiress instead falls in love with an obscenely wealthy young gentleman.

Brook Street: Rogues (book #3) - Two of London's most notorious rakes are about to find out if their friendship can withstand the test of turning into something so much more.

For anyone wondering how the books relate to each other, in Fortune Hunter, the 'hunter' in question is Julian Parker, cousin of Benjamin Parker from Thief. The wealthy gentleman is Oscar Woodhaven, who made an appearance in Thief. Rogues features Linus Radcliffe and Robert Anderson, who made appearances in Thief and will also be in Fortune Hunter. Most of the guys were referenced in some manner in My True Love Gave to Me, which I think of as a #0.5 to the series. Alexander Norton and Thomas Bennett from that book pop up in the other books in the series. Most of the guys move in the same circle of close friends, in addition to a few of them living along Brook Street. And yes, Benjamin and Cavin from Thief pop up in Fortune Hunter and Rogues, as well. So there you have it - how the series books are related. They aren't direct sequels, so they can be read as stand-alone books, though I think they're more fun if read in order.

There's also a giveaway going on for Thief over at Fiction Vixen. Contest open until the end of the day, 3/30 (Friday), and there's also an exclusive excerpt of the book for your reading enjoyment. Click HERE to check out the excerpt and to throw your name into the giveaway hat.

Thanks to everyone who supported the Carina Press M/M Week blog tour last week (either by hosting a stop or a giveaway or checking out the posts). It made for a fabulous release week!


  1. Great covers Ava!!! I'm heading over to FV to toss my name in the hat for Thief!

  2. I do enjoy reading books about different people from an extended circle of friends. :)

    1. Me, too. It's fun to see characters you already know pop up in other books.