Coming in 2014


God saved her life once.

Now, she’s about to lose it again.

This time, God might need some help to keep her alive.


2 thoughts on “Angels

  1. Hi, Mary. I am still waiting for Phoenix Rising to come out on Kindle. I am looking forward to Painted Lady which also sounds like good book. Do you have any idea when they will be out?
    Also, I am so glad to hear you are coming out with another one! On the Side of Angels sounds wonderful. I can’t wait to read that!

    I love all of your books!

    • Greetings, Lisa,

      So nice to hear that somebody’s looking forward to seeing PR and PL appear in e-book form. Sadly, I have to tell you that they aren’t ready to publish. We’ve had some medical issues in the family over the past year, and I’ve simply been unable to work very much. I’m *hoping* that will change very soon, but I can’t make promises about any sort of timeline. I *can* promise to do my very best to make it sooner, rather than later. In any case, you can be sure that I’ll let the world know just as soon as the books are available. I do hope you’ll keep looking!

      Meanwhile, I hope you’re enjoying whatever you’re reading. For my part, I’ve been consuming what are, for me, “chicken soup for the soul” books: Regency historical romances. No idea why, but they’ve always been my go-to stories when I want a few good chuckles wrapped in a well-told story that isn’t overburdened with angst (odd–or maybe not–given that my own books tend to have a fair amount of angst). In addition to my longtime favorite Regency authors, like Mary Jo Putney and Loretta Chase, I’ve discovered quite a few very talented new (or new-ish) authors, like Courtney Milan, Eloisa James, Tessa Dare, and Grace Burrowes. If you’re looking for good books and you’re at all inclined toward historical romance, I highly recommend them all.

      Whatever you’re reading . . . enjoy! And thanks so much for your note.


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