I recently had the opportunity to re-release Fugitive Color, the 2010 novella with a new cover, and TA-DAH in audiobook format!
It’s quite cool to think my readers could be anywhere, roaring down lone country roads while listening to my book. *shivers*
To start things off with a GREAT BIG WIN, I’m offering a free ebook and audiobook to ONE lucky reader. All you have to do is comment below. I’ll be heading out to Romantic Times Booklovers Convention on Monday, so you have until Mother’s Day Sunday (May 11) at Midnight EST to comment for the opportunity to win. Let me know what you’re thinking: What’s your favorite audiobook so far? How do you feel when you’re listening to sex scenes at a stoplight? Do you ever pull over to rewind parts you missed? Or like me, do you ever find yourself driving down the street so engrossed in the story you feel like “Cloak and Dagger Books” will be just down the next street on the right hand side or Jack Reacher is going to roar by at top speed in someone’s “borrowed” Bentley?
Fugitive Color remains unchanged from the earlier version, so if you already have it, consider picking up the companion audio book.
Here’s the blurb for Fugitive Color.
Max Lancaster’s neighbor — his muse the young ballerina Elena– has gone missing. Between secrets from his past and the fact that he’s altering his work in his sleep, he’s worried that he’s lost his mind.
By the time forensic artist Sumner Ellison arrives as part of the investigation even Max can see himself in the role of person of interest. Sumner Ellison doesn’t believe that Max killed Elena, yet he isn’t certain Max is entirely sane.
Sumner offers Max oblivion in bed and unflinching honesty. Max takes what Sumner offers, losing himself in the younger man’s body while hiding his heart from Sumner’s love.
When doubt pulls them apart, it takes the power of Max’s passion and the purity of Sumner’s faith to create a love that won’t fade away over time.
Lisent to a sample at the Audible Website!
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I have only read one audiobook and I loved it. Wouldn’t try while driving anyway, it’s too distracting!
I love audiobooks for two reasons, one, I do enjoy a good book while driving! Audiobook versions of Harry Potter saved many a long car ride back when my kids were little, for sure. We used to RV, and pulling a trailer for five weeks with four kids under ten in the back of the suburban was…grueling. If it weren’t for Harry Potter, I don’t know what I’d have done.
The second reason is I sometimes have a teensy little OCD problem with repetitive thoughts, and listening to audiobooks quiets the unquiet mind. I find it immensely useful!
Now that I am buying just for me, I have that Audible account and I just scoot in there and get a new one every month or so…
TT Kove says
I never got to read this book when it was originally published. Will definitely seek it out now it’s been rereleased! 🙂
Thanks, TT! Don’t you just love that new cover?
TT Kove says
Oh yeah, the new cover is beautiful! <3
I hope I’m not too late (just catching up with my reading). I love your books and I love audiobooks, so this sounds excellent!
Thank you very kindly, HJ, not too late yet! I’m picking my winner at Midnight EST tonight!
Alicia Sweatt says
I’ve only “read” a few audio books but enjoyed them. Listening gives me a whole new perspective. I often hear nuances that I might miss. As for the sex scenes, I wear earbuds so that I can listen anywhere. Listening to a sexy scene makes feel a kid about to be caught being naughty.