Coming 26th March – A lone wolf must return home…

 

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He must master the wolf within…

Edinburgh, 1820. Thirty years after leaving Scotland, Drew Nicol is forced to return when the skeleton of a monster is found. The skeleton is evidence of werewolves—evidence that Marguerite de Carcassonne, the leader of Drew’s pack, is determined to suppress.

Marguerite insists that Drew accompany her to Edinburgh. There they will try to acquire the skeleton while searching for wolf-hunters—wolf hunters who may be holding one of their pack prisoner.

But Drew has reason to be wary about returning to Edinburgh—Lindsay Somerville now lives there.

Lindsay who taught Drew about desire and obsession.

Lindsay who Drew has never been able to forgive for turning him.

Lindsay who vowed to stay away from Drew twelve years ago… and who has since taken drastic steps to sever the bond between them.

Marguerite’s plan will throw Drew and Lindsay together again—and into a deadly confrontation with Lindsay’s enemy, Duncan MacCormaic. They will be tested to their limits and forced to confront both their past mistakes and their true feelings.

But it may be too late for them to repair the damage of the past. The consequences of Lindsay’s choices are catching up with him, and he’s just about out of time…

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PS: I said a few weeks ago this book would be released on 23rd March – small change to 26th March for personal reasons

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6 responses to “Coming 26th March – A lone wolf must return home…

  1. Wendy Loveridge

    I’ve been looking forward to this. Time for a re-read of Master Wolf in readiness… 😊

  2. wendyloveridge

    A re-read of Gentleman Wolf even… 😬. Will you let us know when it’s up for pre-order, Joanna?

  3. Adrian

    Yay! I bought Gentleman Wolf (of course), but I confess that I have been holding onto it waiting for this one. I wanted to read them back-to-back since the second one will complete the story. So I have two new Joanna Chambers books to look forward to!

  4. Richard Lobodzinski

    Dear Ms Chambers,
    Thank you for your summer newsletter. I appreciate your referrals for books to read. I look forward to reading His Horizon. Also, I truly wish you a terrific summer for you & yours.
    I have waited for some time to figure out what to say about your werewolf series, and your newsletter prompted me to at least say or do something, because I need to get it off my chest.
    I am not appreciative on how the series was rolled out. I was not happy at all.
    The first book should have been released in early fall, so that for the month of October we readers felt a kinship with it. The second book should have been released at Christmas time, so families or just us readers can get it as a gift. I would have waited for 2020 if the books were released this way. I personally was let down that I could not allow myself to finish nor purchase both books. I am a Halloween geek with an affinity for werewolves, misunderstood monsters. I hate the December holidays, but your book would have been a balm for my soul while dealing with family.
    I know that writers have deadlines, blocks, and real world problems like we all do. If this is what caused the delay or misjudging releases, then I am sorry if this is the case. My intention for writing to you about this is not to be mean-spirited. This next part is hard to write b/c I don’t like to share: you are one of very, VERY few people who I admire.
    I at least hope that werewolf series will be collected and ready for purchase for the Fall 2020. If not, that is okay. I have all of your other books. And those are delightfully re-read by me! Those stories are always welcomed friends.
    Warmly,
    Richard

    • Hi Richard – thank you for the kind words about my books which are greatly appreciated.

      When it comes to releasing new books (other than stories written specifically for a particular holiday, e.g. Christmas stories) the truth is, I don’t really apply much thought to the dates. I’m not a full time writer – I do it after my day job and at weekends where time allows – so my writing time is limited and, truthfully, I’m also quite a slow compared to many other authors. As a result, I’m usually impatient to release my latest book as soon as it is ready to go, as I’m worried readers will forget me given how infrequently I release new titles.

      I was hoping the werewolf books would come out earlier than they actually did, and if anything I said here or on social media created an expectation that failed to materialise for you, I’m sorry about that. However, both books are out now (though I don’t have any plans to release them in any new formats e.g. in a single volume or as audiobooks). I’m now trying to focus on writing the next book which is another one in the Enlightenment series, focusing on two new characters.

      Take care, and once again, thank you for the kind words. It means a great deal to me to hear that my stories are read and welcomed 🙂

      Joanna

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