Hey, RT Book Reviews gives Running Wild four stars! It’s the first time one of my Joely Skye books has been reviewed here.
This fourth book in Skye’s Northern Shifters series is absolutely adorable… The slow-build romance will keep you flipping pages to see what happens next…
I’m doing a giveaway of the print version on Goodreads. Seven books available! Runs until April 25. (The print book goes on sale May 7.)
Btw, for those interested, Ri’s twin, Zach, has his book and releases next week: Running Free (by Jorrie Spencer).
My new release, Running Wild, is out! It’s a horse-shifter romance, as well as being part of my Northern Shifters series. I had a lot of fun writing this one. The two heroes are new to this world, but Trey and Jonah do make an important appearance in the book.
You can read all about Running Wild on my book page. There’s an excerpt here. (It’s the prologue.) It’s available at Samhain, Kindle-US and Kindle-UK, Nook, Kobo, and Sony. (So far.)
In related news, I recently did a guest post at The Book Binge where I talked about horse shifters.
And I just wanted to thank MinnChica at The Book Pushers for her thoughtful review (“…interesting and unique read”). As well, Angela Waters did just a fantastic job with the cover art. I love the horse on it!
Wolf Town Mates is now on sale in paperback.
The wildest heart can’t outrun love.
After years of hiding from other mind controllers, loneliness drives Scott to break his own rule and allow himself to fall asleep in a stranger’s arms. Rory’s been keeping an eye on Scott for his pack alpha. Seduction wasn’t part of the plan, but now maintaining distance isn’t an option. No matter how far or fast Scott runs…
For Rory, life is all about connections. But for Scott, connections spell danger—for himself and everyone he cares about. The bottom line is, Scott has only a small window of time to treasure every moment with his lover. Yet when a shadow from the past inevitably appears, he discovers he can’t just cut and run.
Wolf Town never quite felt like home to Iain—until he bonds with Teo. Yet the scars of his past mangle his declaration of love. The young wolf’s fumbling explanation for his attraction only serves to remind Teo why it’s a bad idea to date within the pack.
Teo’s apparent rejection not only breaks Iain’s heart, it triggers a deep-seated desperation that pushes him to take a terrible chance to show Teo their shared link is no illusion.
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Running Wild is available for pre-order on Kindle (US) and Kindle (UK). It becomes available June 19.
Here’s the blurb:
The road to believing can be one wild ride.
A Northern Shifters book.
Seamus O’Connor thought his friendship with Zachariah Smithson was just that—a relationship born on one horrific night seven years ago. He never thought he’d end up inheriting the old man’s farm.
Tons of chores and hard work are nothing new for Seamus. The farm comes equipped with all he needs—and something he didn’t expect. Unsettling, late-night visits from Zachariah’s grandson Ri, a man who appears and disappears like a ghost.
Ri has had little contact with the outside world, with good reason. Horse shifters aren’t any human’s idea of normal. Plus, he’s wary of being the next target of the werewolves who took his twin brother. Trust his matchmaking grandfather to give him a reason to come home—Seamus.
As Seamus gradually learns the truth of Ri’s life, their relationship tentatively grows—and danger grows closer. For it was Ri who rescued Seamus on that terrible night long ago. Seamus is about to realize he’s had his own encounters with werewolves. He just doesn’t know it—yet.
I have two new covers! One for my print release, Wolf Town Mates. (Comprised of the novellas Wolf Town, Push Pull and Moon Run.) Coming in May.
One of my June digital release, Running Wild.
Moon Run, the third novella in the Wolf Town trilogy is now on sale. I’m so happy to see it go live. This is Teo and Iain’s story.
You can buy it from Samhain, Kindle-US, Kindle-UK, Nook, Sony, iTunes, All Romance.
Nice reviews at Jessewave and Whipped Cream, if you want to get more of a feel for the story.
I’m excited to see it’s already on lists at Samhain and Amazon and I’m so grateful to my readers
Hey look, you can pre-order Moon Run:
Its release date is October 18. Here’s the blurb!
The wolf races in where the human heart trembles to follow.
Wolf Town, Book 3
Iain’s head has called Wolf Town home for six years. His heart, hurt by a childhood spent suppressing his wolf, won’t let him believe he isn’t one misstep away from exile.
During the first moon run of the year, the electrifying connection his wolf makes with Teo, the pack’s beta and resident doctor, has potential mate written all over it. Yet the only emotion that rises above the tangled scars of his past is excitement over ensuring a permanent place in Wolf Town.
Teo can’t believe Iain so easily crashed through his rock-solid resolve never to date within the pack. The young wolf’s artless, fumbling explanation for his attraction only serves to remind Teo why he set those rules—his own past in a dysfunctional pack. Guilt that he let Iain so far under his skin forces Teo to do the one thing his heart rails against. Keep it clinical.
Teo’s apparent rejection not only breaks Iain’s heart, it triggers a deep-seated desperation that pushes him to take a terrible chance for the sake of the pack. And to show Teo their connection is no illusion.