Author Archives: Georgette St. Clair

Timber Valley Pack 2: Purr For The Alpha is available now!

Here it is on Amazon: http://www.amazon.com/Alpha-Paranormal-Romance-Timber-Valley-ebook/dp/B00MD4TX68/ref=sr_1_1?s=digital-text&ie=UTF8&qid=1407034092&sr=1-1&keywords=purr+for+the+Alpha

And on Barnes & Noble:

www.barnesandnoble.com/w/purr-for-the-alpha-georgette-st-clair/1120049330?ean=2940149645626

I’m currently working on Book 3, which features Sheriff Steele Battle, and in which we learn a lot more about the disappearances of shifters and what’s behind it.

Purr For The Alpha will be released within the week (first week of August)

Purr For The Alpha is the second book in the Timber Valley series.

In the meantime, here is the cover and blurb:

Cats and dogs don’t traditionally get along, but there’s one pussy cat that Alpha shifter Troy Battle wants to set a-purrin’: sexy lynx shifter Karen Padfoot. Unfortunately, he’s got a terrible reputation as a player, and she’s scorned all of his advances after an interrupted encounter a year earlier.

When she comes to the Battle compound to plead for the release of her troublemaking father, who stole from the Battle’s warehouse, he’s finally got his chance: she’ll have to work for him as a waitress at his nightclub to pay off her father’s debt. Karen may be hissing and spitting mad, but if Troy has his way, he’ll collar this sexy kitty for good. Unfortunately, someone else wants to cage the feisty feline, and Troy’s the only one who can keep her safe. Will Karen let her barriers down and trust the sexy bachelor with the bad boy reputation before it’s too late?

Sexy dude

Timber Valley Pack cover reveal!

Here’s the cover for the first book in a new series: Timber Valley Pack: Bride Of The Alpha, which will be released early next week. Or earlier, depending on how fast I can edit. Timber Valley Pack

Here’s the blurb:

The Timber Valley pack has a terrible reputation. Word is their males are dominant, kinky, and possessive – and Josephine’s best friend is going to be forced to marry one? No way!
Curvy wolf shifter Josephine Southpaw’s got the perfect solution. Using a magic charm, she’ll disguise herself as the slender, beautiful Camille on her wedding day – while Camille hightails it out of town with the wolf she really loves. Of course, the Alpha will ditch Josephine the second he gets her back to the bridal suite and sees what his chubby bride really looks like. What could possibly go wrong?
Well, for starters, Alpha Maxwell Battle is smokin’ hot. And he takes one look at Josephine and vows to never let her go – but he’s going to punish her for her trickery in deliciously sexy ways. And finally, Josephine’s friends keep staging well-intentioned rescue attempts, but she’s no longer sure she wants to be rescued.
But Josephine’s not the only one with secrets. It soon becomes very clear that Maxwell’s hiding something big, a secret that puts not only Josephine’s heart but her life at risk.

We’re neck deep in vampires around here!

Neck Deep In Vampires is live!
http://www.amazon.com/Neck-Deep-Vampires-Urban-Fantasy-ebook/dp/B00LE4Q95G/ref=sr_1_1?s=digital-text&ie=UTF8&qid=1404130015&sr=1-1&keywords=neck+deep+in+vampires

and on Barnes & Noble:

http://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/neck-deep-in-vampires-georgette-st-clair/1119881634?ean=2940149671236&itm=1&usri=2940149671236

It’s debuting at the price of 99 cents for a limited time. Please let me know what you think of it, I love to hear from readers!

My books are now on Google Play!

https://play.google.com/store/search?q=georgette%20st.%20clair&c=books

For some reason, they also list four books that aren’t mine, and don’t have my author name. on that page – towards the end. There are eight books of mine on the page, all paranormal romance.

Anyway, I’m super excited to be on Google play, and hoping for great things! I have an Android phone with Google Play, and I read books on my phone all the time.

Thanks to everyone who has posted reviews on my books!

I just want to say a big thank you to everyone who posted reviews of my book. I appreciate you taking the time to write them, and it makes a big difference in helping new readers decide what books to buy, so muchas gracias, cheers, Merci, Ta, Arigato, and so on.

I actually learn a lot from reviews – even the critical ones. I appreciate it when people point out specifically what they thought of the book, and when it’s negative, I try to see if there’s something I can change in the future. For instance – people have complained the books were too short – I’m writing longer books now. People have complained about the lack of copy editing – I have a copy editor, and several fabulous beta readers, now.

So thank you again!