Igniting Andrew: Release Day

I am happy to tell you that Igniting Andrew – Book 11 of my Tarnished Saints Series is now available for purchase. (KU reads free.) Andrew Taylor is a firefighter who has brought fire protection to the little rural town of Sweet Water in the form of their first firehouse. Christina Goldstone is a widow with a baby – that Andrew has delivered. One of them is looking to settle down while the other still has wild oats to sow. Get your copy today. (Paperback coming soon.)Andrewbrand500

And now available for pre-order is the last book of this series – Taming Thad – Book 12. Thad Taylor is the youngest of the Taylor Twelve, and has his hands full when he makes a promise to a dying man and ends up marrying the man’s daughter – who he didn’t know was blind.

Twenty years ago, the idea of the Tarnished Saints Series was born. I had just started writing romance at the time and thought to myself – wouldn’t it be a great idea to have a series about twelve brothers – sons of a preacher – named after the 12 apostles – but they’re trouble with a capital T. Hence, the tagline was formed: The Taylor Twelve. Sons of a preacher but far from saints, these men are nothing but trouble!

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I must say, through the years I started to wonder what I’d been thinking to take on such a HUGE task. Doubting Thomas was written, but sat in the closet until 3 years ago when I started self-publishing. Luring Levi followed shortly afterwards, and Judging Judas had a long wait for its release. But now, three years later, all the boys’ stories have been told. (This was a very daunting project and I can’t say I ever plan on writing a series this long again!)

Thank you all for your patience through the years as I finished the series. This series is very close to my heart since it is based on some of my own life experiences. The setting is fictional – but real to me, as it is where I grew up visiting my grandparents on the lake. I see this series as books of memories of instances in my own life – added to new ones to make it a humorous, dramatic, and exciting series. These Taylor boys will make you laugh and make you cry, and before you know it, you’ll start believing that they are real. I feel like I know each and every one of them personally, and I wonder if you can guess which one or two are my favorites.

Thanks once again, and enjoy the troublesome Taylor brothers. Just click on their name and it’ll take you to their book on amazon. The books are available as ebooks or paperbacks: Prequel, Thomas, Levi, Judas, Zeb, Simon, James, Pete, Philip, John, Nate, Andrew and Thad! (These are my book sons, and I feel like a proud mother, having given life to each of them.)

Start your journey with the Taylor men with the Tarnished Saints’ Christmas – the series prequel that I’m offering free through Sat. May 14th.

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Please join me at my facebook release party for Andrew on Wed. May 11th, from 5-9 pm Central time. I have a slew of guest authors and there will be games, giveaways and prizes, so you won’t want to miss it.

I also have a new book trailer for my Tarnished Saints and I hope you will enjoy it.

Elizabeth Rose

2 thoughts on “Igniting Andrew: Release Day

  1. I am glad you wrote the Tarnished Saints series. They are so wonderful. I started with the 1st book, Doubting Thomas and couldn’t stop looking for what happens to all the 12 brothers. I am waiting for the last book Taming Tad. I am so sorry that the series comes to an end with Thad. I have enjoyed all the books so far and looked forward to reading them. I know it is a huge undertaking to write a series of 12 books, but you did it and it is just perfect. Hoping that you would continue on with the saga. There are a lot of sons and daughters from all these brothers, not to mention that Thomas has 6 or is it 7. Lots of material to work with and I for sure will read it, if you do.

  2. Marisu, thanks so much and I’m glad you enjoyed the series. Be sure to read the Tarnished Saints’ Christmas which is the Prequel to the series. I hear a lot of fans saying they are sad it is coming to an end. But you are right – there are a lot of characters to work with, and you never know – anything can happen. I’d love for you to leave reviews on amazon for the books if you get a chance. Thanks again!

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