Warrior Rogue, #2 in the Drift Lords Series, has been released early on Kindle. This title will still follow its official release date of April 26 for various digital formats and a print edition. But in the meantime, if you have a Kindle, you can get it now at http://www.amazon.com/Warrior-Rogue-Drift-Series-ebook/dp/B00AU62NQS/
She seems like everything he despises—until her beauty challenges his warrior’s heart.
When fashion designer Jennifer Dyhr loses her lead actor for a video-game commercial, a replacement literally drops from the sky. Reluctant to let him leave, she hires him as a model for her studio. But when terrorists attack their flight home, Jen must awaken powers she didn’t know she had to protect them both. Will she be able to keep her heart safe from the sensual man beside her?
When space ops warrior Paz Hadar falls through a spatial rift onto Jen’s set, he soon realizes she is essential to his mission. Not only must he protect her, his success depends upon her special powers. But as they struggle to stay one step ahead of the enemy, he discovers that fighting his attraction to the lovely Jen is as much a challenge as keeping them both alive.
And here is a brief excerpt after Jen and Paz make an emergency landing in their business jet on a remote Pacific island:
“Come on, we can’t waste time.” Paz signaled to her from the open hatchway.
She staggered toward him. Peering outside, she was glad to note they didn’t need the emergency chute. They could easily jump the short distance to the ground. Holding her long skirt, she leaped after Paz onto the beach.
He caught her in his muscular arms and gently eased her down. His tousled hair, determined jaw, and ocean blue eyes had never looked better.
“Thank you. You saved our lives.” On impulse, Jen rose on her tiptoes and kissed him.
She’d only meant it to be a brief expression of gratitude, but Paz’s gaze intensified. He swept her into his arms and gave her a passionate kiss that left her breathless.
“We’re safe now.” He broke away with a regretful expression. “At least, for the moment. But we shouldn’t linger.”
“For the moment? What does that mean?” The memory of those ugly men who’d attacked them returned with full force. “You know who assaulted us, don’t you? When are you going to tell me what’s going on?”
“Let’s summon help first. I need to put my comm unit back together. If we can hook it into a local network, you can call your people.”
“I have my cell phone.” She patted her purse.
His hand clamped onto her arm. “We should scout around. Our landing probably attracted attention, and we don’t want the wrong people to find us.”
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Book Trailer: http://youtu.be/cjV-PRVGoVs
Think of it as Project: Runway meets Lord of the Rings. The action begins in Tokyo and zips to Hong Kong, New York, and Palm Beach in this fast-paced paranormal romantic thriller.
Remember, if you don’t have a Kindle, you can download the free Kindle app for other devices: http://www.amazon.com/gp/feature.html/ref=dig_arl_box?ie=UTF8&docId=1000493771 Or, you can convert between formats using the free Calibre program:http://calibre-ebook.com/
Also, watch for my Valentine’s Day Bonus Special to share with your friends.
And if you haven’t yet picked up Warrior Prince, book #1 in the series, here are the links:
The Wild Rose Press: http://www.thewildrosepress.com/nancy-j-cohen-m-831.html
Amazon Paperback: http://www.amazon.com/Warrior-Prince-Drift-Lords-Series/dp/1612173578/
Amazon Kindle: http://www.amazon.com/Warrior-Prince-Drift-Series-ebook/dp/B009ESNVOG/
Are you more likely to buy a book if it’s part of a series as opposed to a stand-alone?
4 thoughts on “Warrior Rogue on Kindle”
Thanks for the reminder to post reviews, Nancy. I usually do, but not always. But what goes around comes around. I’ll do better this year.
Yes, I know how that goes. I’ve been posting on Amazon and Goodreads but then I forget about the other places. I’ll have to get caught up one of these days.
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