A Call of the Wild

This weekend starts the Iditarod – the annual trail sled dog racing competition in Alaska that lasts up to a week or more. With that and also the Call of the Wild movie being released, I thought I’d jump into the ring and offer my sled dog racing book, Loving John for FREE from March 7th – 11th.
John Taylor’s dream is to run the Iditarod with his team of sled dogs. But when an accident occurs and he injures his leg, he is forced to return to his hometown of Sweetwater instead. There he meets the beautiful divorced doctor, Addey and her troublesome son who need him in their lives as much as John needs his dogs. But can a man with the call of the wild in his heart put down roots when all he wants to do is run?

Loving John is Book 9 in my Bad Boys of Sweetwater: Tarnished Saints Series, but these are all stand alone books and can be read in any order. If you’d like to learn more about the Iditarod, here are a few links that I hope you’ll enjoy: Click HERE and HERE.

Did you know John is one of the 12 sons of a preacher? But these Taylor men are far from saints and nothing but trouble!

From March 7th – 13th you can also pick up Teaching Philip and Playing Nate for only 99c each. (US & UK) And don’t forget Book 1 – Doubting Thomas is always 99c, and the series prequel – Tarnished Saints’ Christmas is FREE! Kindle Unlimited members can read the entire 12 book series for free as well.

I’m excited to tell you that May Queen: May Day – Book 3 of my Holiday Knights Series is now available as an audiobook. My UK narrator, Kevin E. Green does a fantastic job bringing the characters to life. This book centers around the ancient traditions of May Day, and you’ll learn how it all got started. In my Holiday Knights series, each book features the origins of a holiday, most of them starting back in medieval times or even earlier. Watch for more Holiday Knights coming soon. You can purchase the audiobook of May Queen or listen to a sample HERE. I am also giving away a copy of the audiobook along with a $10 amazon gift card. At the end of this post (on my website) you can enter through the rafflecopter.

If you’re new to my books, or if you just like a deal, I put together a series starter collection of first books of some of my series. It’s called Medieval Knights and Warriors and has a collection of six full-length books in a boxed set for the low price of $5.99. This is Volume 2 of my series starter collection. If you like boxed sets, be sure to pick up Crowns, Swords and Shields – Vol 1 as well. Kindle Unlimited members can read both for free.












And historical lovers, remember today is the last day to pick up Lady Renegade – Book 2 of my Legacy of the Blade Series for FREE or Lord of Illusion – Book 3 for only 99 cents.

So mush forward and start reading today!


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22 thoughts on “A Call of the Wild

  1. Thanks for the giveaway. Forgot what your question was so I don’t have an answer for you. Memory isn’t what it used to be! 🙁

  2. I think maybe Easter because you hardly ever find books set at Easter time or even St. Patrick’s Day

  3. I would like to see Easter added to your Holiday Knights Series. I think it would be interesting to see how you would spin a story with this holiday. I hope I see a book soon in your Holiday Knights Series about Easter.

  4. Hmm, there are several holidays that come to mine but I think the top ones for me would be Veterans Day or even the Marine Corp birthday with is November 10th.

    (My husband was a Marine for eight years and we both have family who were veterans of various branches)

  5. I think maybe Easter because you hardly ever find books set at Easter time or even St. Patrick’s Day…Thanks for the giveaway.

  6. Easter is about the only one 1 could think of that would fit the time period from the little knowledge I have of that time. Thank you for the opportunity! ?

  7. I don’t think there a story for samhain (Halloween). It would work with the superstition during this period.

  8. May Day has an interesting history. That lend itself to a great story.

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