I am not a fan of Valentine’s Day. I believe that romance and expressing your love for someone should be a constant thing you do, whether it’s a grand gesture or just getting them a coffee. But aside from my own grumpiness, Valentine’s Day is supposed to be a celebration of love.
I have to admit that my husband and I have a horrible track record when it comes to Valentine’s Day. It’s as if the day attracts disaster each and every year. At this point, any V-Day that doesn’t include jail or a trip to the ER is a good day.
But while my own experiences haven’t been exactly stellar, Rinda and I can write some fun Valentine’s Day adventures for our boys. Last year, we decided to write some very short stories of the Unbreakable Bonds boys spending their first Valentine’s Day together. If you didn’t catch them, go here:
As you’ll notice, there isn’t a story for Ian and Hollis here. That’s because when we wrote the Valentine’s Day shorts for the other boys, their books were out. We weren’t done writing Devour just yet. We couldn’t give Ian and Hollis a Valentine’s Day story when they hadn’t even reached their happily ever after yet.
However, we did finally write one for them and it is included in Unbreakable Stories: Ian collection. In fact, all the Valentine’s Day stories are located in that short story collection if you would like them on your ereader.
In the meantime, we are hard at work on the third book for the Ward Security series, Deadly Dorian. We hope that you’ve enjoyed Geoffrey and Sven’s story in Psycho Romeo, and Shane and Quinn’s story in Dantès Unglued. We are hoping to have the next book out this spring. We will have more details for Marc and Royce in March.
Happy Valentine’s Day!