I’m participating in some great events coming up in February, and as such, I’ve lowered the price on Bishop Takes Knight! For the first time ever, this story is only 99 cents for a limited time. Bishop Takes Knight is the origin story for my Redclaw universe, and was named a Top Pick by The Romance Reviews, and given the Crowned Heart of Excellence by InD’Tale Magazine. Even Kirkus reviews liked it!
Now you can grab the first book in the Redclaw Origins series for only 99 cents! If you like light paranormal romance and lots of banter, this book is for you. Think Nick and Nora meets WH-13.
Blurb: New York, 1955. Former socialite Henrietta (“Rhett”) Bishop, destitute after her father gambles away the family fortune, takes a job at Redclaw Security. But Redclaw is no ordinary operation. Part detective firm and part enforcement agency, Redclaw regulates matters involving the growing population of shifters who have emerged since the onset of the nuclear age.
Peter Knight is a nuclear scientist shattered by the death of his wife. Blacklisted by the government and scientific organizations, he drowns his sorrows while searching for the people behind his wife’s murder.
When Rhett is assigned to recruit Knight, their meeting is more than either bargained for—a rival organization will do anything to secure Knight for themselves. Following a lead to locate a missing cache of alien technology stolen from Redclaw, Rhett is thrown back into her previous glittering life with Knight as her pretend boyfriend. But when someone from the past turns up to start a bidding war on the artifacts, Bishop and Knight wind up in a fight for their very lives.
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Interesting blurb and excerpt. I enjoy paranormal romance, going to take a peek at this one. Thanks for sharing. Good luck!
Excellent! I hope you enjoy it!
Story sounds interesting
Bishop will, I’m sure, be able to help Knight heal.
That’s the plan, but then you never know what the characters themselves might decide. 😉
Sounds fascinating, McKenna. TBR, methinks.
Thank you! I had a lot of fun with this one. 🙂
I find it interesting that you account for the presence of shifters by mentioning the nuclear age. I tend to classify stories that do that as science fiction rather than paranormal or fantasy. Intriguing.
Carmen Webster Buxton
It is a fine line, isn’t it? In my universe, the “old” shifters of legend have existed for centuries (dragons, griffons, and the like) but the ‘new’ shifters (lions, tigers, and bears, if you will) began emerging when their dormant shifter genes became activated with the advent of nuclear testing. It creates tension between the new and old factions, especially as the numbers of new shifters begin to outweigh the old. 🙂