I have been in my writing cave working on more and more manuscripts, but I’m taking a break today to share the cover of one of my two February releases. Wedding Tails is a project I’ve undertaken with some of my Sourcebooks sisters, and it started when we all wondered what would happen if we each wrote a novella based in our story worlds (mine is the Deadly Force world) where there was a wedding and a dog and many of our favorite characters. And it would be released on Valentine’s Day!
Since book 3 in my Deadly Force series, In Search of Truth, has a dog named Nicholas Trott and ends with the engagement of Zack and Allison, I knew I had to write their wedding story. I also need them to be married in the next book in the series, A Promise at Midnight (Alex and Maddie’s story). (Oh, the problems of authors writing a long-standing series!) So I wrote Searching for Ever After, a story where Zack and Allison get married but not before all sorts of things happen to try and and stop them. I don’t want to give away any spoilers, but there will be troubles as well as laughs, and maybe a run-in with men who bow.
So today I’m sharing the cover as well as the preorder link for Wedding Tails. The book will release on Valentine’s Day, in both paperback and e-book. I hope you love the cover–and the stories–as much as we do!
From USA Today and award-winning authors come seven wedding tales featuring characters from your favorite Sourcebooks’ series that prove all you need is love…and a dog.
What happens when…
… a reluctant cowboy agrees to get set up at a wedding, but then he and his dog fall for the wrong bridesmaid? (Save the Date for a Cowboy)
… a negative post about a major league baseball player’s relationship with the publicity-shy girl of his dreams goes viral, can he still convince her to walk down the aisle? (Two Weddings and a Husky)
… a sworn bachelor rescues a pretty girl on the way to a wedding but falls for the woman of his dreams at the reception? (Wedding Bells in Magnolia Bay)
… a cowboy finds out the woman he’s always dreamed of wants him-and his dog-but he knows he’s the last thing in the world she needs? (Rescuing the Groomsman)
… a dog-loving wedding planner must enlist the aid of a sworn-against-pets groomsman to save their friends’ wedding? (Fur-ever Yours)
… the only person who can help the best man train the world’s laziest dog to walk down the aisle is the girl who got away…and the girl he’d do anything to win back? (The Very Best Man)
… star-crossed lovers can’t find the flower girl and her ring-bearer dog who’ve disappeared on a remote Georgia sea island hours before their long-awaited wedding? (Searching for Ever After)
Return to the worlds of:
Creedence Horse Rescue (Jennie Marts)
Rescue Me (Debbie Burns)
Magnolia Bay (Babette de Jongh)
Big Chance Dog Rescue (Teri Anne Stanley)
Fur Haven Dog Park (Mara Wells)
I Hate You More (Lucy Gilmore)
Deadly Force (Sharon Wray)
She also writes small-town contemporary romances, gothic romantic mysteries set in the sultry south, and Christmas stories. Because nothing brings out the romantic feels more than stories set during the holidays.
She’s repped by Deidre Knight and Kristy Hunter of The Knight Agency, and you can find out more at www.sharonwray.com.