Friday, December 3, 2010

Next book in the HAUNTING EMMA series!


Okay, squee much? Serioulsy. So. SO. Excited about the next installment of Lee's Haunting Emma series. And I got to read it MONTHS ago. In fact. I just got to read the first draft of the final book in this trilogy, Surrender. And dude....

But I'm getting ahead of myself.

Before Surrender comes Betrayal. And it is dark, creepy, suspenseful, and oh-so-steamy. Bennett fans get ready!

So to kick off the holiday season for this March release, Lee is doing a giveaway on Goodreads. Check out the details on her blog here.

4 comments:

Loretta Nyhan said...

Oooh! I've been waiting for this one. Super exciting!

Susanq said...

YES! I just read this book last Monday, and holy crow, I am ADDICTED.

I'm totally doing this contest... ::eyes competition greedily::

Sooooo excited for BETRAYEL and more Bennet. Le sigh.

Mary Ann Loesch said...

Can't wait to check this out!

Kathleen Ortiz said...

SO. GOOD.

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