First – I want to thank all my Aussie, Kiwi and UK readers for their patience as I worked to get an answer for you about Kindle availability. I finally heard back and I’m told it should be available in late February/early March.
Second – I’ve finished LOST IN YOU, including edits and it’s off to the final line editor! I’ve also done the blurb and have seen the cover so those will be unveiled soon :) (there were just a few little adjustments for both). I’m so excited for this one. I LOVE Joe and Beth together and I hope you all will too. It’s out in digital March 12 and in trade paper in September.
There’s an excerpt for GOING UNDER up at the book page now if you’d like to check out the first chapter :)
TART was named one of the Top Ten Romances of November by the editors at Amazon! This is so awesome I can’t even contain myself. First, yay for Tart, but wow, look at the company I’m in! To be on the list with these authors I’ve admired so long it such an amazing thing. One more thing to be grateful for this season.
Some awesome reviews have been coming in for TART!
Eye on Romance gives it a 10 out of 10 and says in part:Lauren Dane’s ability to not only provide us with an emotional romance, but to also blend in erotic moments and realistic characters is never more evident than in her latest book Tart.
Over at Persephone Magazine Tart was brought up as a hot book for a cold night: Dane’s writing is the best of both worlds: her sex scenes are mouthwateringly yummy (whether or not you’re into guy-on-guy. If you’re not, don’t let it deter you. Seriously), but she also really focuses on the characters’ relationships with one another. Romantic entanglements aside, Dane has a recurring theme of choosing one’s own family and I love that so much. As Jules and her two men, Cal and Gideon, navigate a three-way relationship, they run into inner and outer conflicts — but never whine about their feelings. And like Dane’s other novels, Tart has a wicked sense of humor and well-developed characters. So good. Just, so good.
Reading Between The Wines says in part: (…) I have to say that Tart was a fabulously well-written ménage story and one of the best I have read to-date.
And now I need to go and deal with some bread! Have a great day :)