So happy to say that my story, As the Raven Flies is included in this amazing volume! My story takes us back to Charm City. If you haven't had a chance to check out my other books in Charm City Chronicles, no worries! You can read this one as a standalone. This is Abe and Michael's story.
The anthology is for a limited time only--only until October 31--so don't wait to snatch this one up! It has some of my favorite paranormal, urban fantasy, and fantasy authors, and I'm loving the sneak peek at some of the stories. It's going to be epic!
"What's Meghan's story, As the Raven Flies, about?" you ask. Well, do I have a blurb for you:
“Even though you’re just a bird, I accept you as my mate.”
I, Abraham Williams, raven shifter extraordinaire, am not impressed. Not with the pronouncement. Not with the fated mates fairy tale. And most definitely not with sinfully sexy Michael Kashto, the arrogant dire wolf shifter in the thousand dollar suit.
I’ve got no time for guys who look down their noses at me or think I should be grateful for scraps. I’ve come a long way from an unwanted, scared kid to a man I can be proud of and others depend on.
When I took this job protecting a friend, I knew it would be dangerous. Accepted the risk. Only I didn’t expect the assault to target my heart instead of my body. And fellow bodyguard Michael Kashto takes no prisoners.
Forced proximity has never been so forced.
As the Raven Flies is a 30k forced proximity, fated mates, standalone romance set in the Charm City Chronicles world with a guaranteed happy ending. Shenanigans include: a raven just trying to do his freaking job, a dire wolf with a lot of groveling to do, a sweet ghost, a trigger-happy boss, and a slightly unhealthy love of Led Zeppelin.
I'm so happy to announce that A Cat's Chance in Hell is now out in Italian!
Cover Art by Alexandria Corza
When a feline fatale meets his magical match, Baltimore might just go up in flames.
I, Carter Strike, Siamese shifter extraordinaire and a powerful demon’s right-hand cat . . .er, man, have a job to do. My boss’ boy toy is in the crosshairs of an unknown assassin. And when my boss is unhappy, all of Charm City burns.
That’s where I come in. Intel is my specialty and leads me to the doorstep of one drop-dead gorgeous but annoyingly secretive Rakshasa.
Bengal Damon-Cowles—even his name is obnoxious—runs South-West Baltimore and is nothing if not frustratingly contrary. I don’t care if he is a demi-god among shifters, I don’t need the complications from a sexy as sin Rakshasa with the utter gall to turn down a fine piece of feline-fantasy like myself. Especially when we’re forced to work together. Except, every day we spend in close proximity turns up the heat between us.
A roomful of secrets, a looming Nor’Easter, and friends with questionable—or nonexistent—morals, add gasoline to the blaze. As the stakes climb ever higher, and people start dying, I’ve got a cat’s chance in hell of coming out of this one unscorched.
Cat’s Chance in Hell is a 113k snarktastic, size difference, forced proximity, enemies-to-lovers, car-careening-out-of-control romance with a guaranteed happy ending and lots of steam. Shenanigans include: a catnapping gone very, very wrong, a hot pot incident that will go down in infamy, and a Rakshasa with more layers than a Smith Island Cake.
For those of you who are active on Facebook: I've opened my reader group: Maslow's Mischief, Magic, and Murder. I'd love to have you there! We'll be talking books, I'll post snippets, and have giveaways. I aim to make this space one huge blanket fort where we can all go to get away from the outside world.
The Amazing Sarah Jo Chreene did a portrait of Twig and Quinn! I absolutely love it! Expect to see this image show up on swag and possibly merch in the near future.
For those of you who aren't familiar with Sarah Jo's work, she did a rockin' cover of "Eryx" for Jaclyn Osborn and she did her very first graphic novel for "Try" by Ella Franks.
News and other happenings. . .
*Meghan Maslow Mischief, Magic, and Murder graphic by JJW