My Own Private World Series

Posted by on October 21, 2014 in center stage, triple play ii | Comments Off on My Own Private World Series

So, the World Series starts tonight.  I’m still mourning the fact that my Washington Nationals aren’t in it (although I’m relieved that I don’t have to juggle watching the Series with attending the Novelists, Inc. conference that starts tomorrow!)

I’m marking the Series in my own special way — with the publication of more Diamond Brides books!  First up — TRIPLE PLAY II, the omnibus (three-in-one) collection of the middle three Diamond Brides novels.

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Here’s what you get:

Second Thoughts: In an unexpected reunion, career-driven second baseman Nick Durban discovers that he is the father of photographer Jamie Martin’s six-year-old daughter, but Jamie can’t trust the ex-fiancé who walked out on her years before.

Third Degree: Chef Ashley Harris and third baseman Josh Cantor are competing in a cooking reality show, and the flames in the bedroom roar even higher than the ones in the kitchen.

Stopping Short:  Bad-boy shortstop Drew Marshall will be cut by the team unless widowed spin doctor Jessica Barnes manages to save his career — a tall order after a well-intentioned teammate announces Drew and Jessica are engaged.

All for just $7.99!  You can buy your copy from your favorite vendor:  Amazon Kindle | Apple | B&N Nook | Book View Cafe | Kobo   A print edition will be available shortly.

And it’s not just TRIPLE PLAY II that’s hitting the electronic shelves today.  CENTER STAGE is now available direct from its publisher, Book View Cafe.

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Now, let’s play ball!