My Handymen series is coming back at you!

It brings me such joy to be able to share some happy book news.

This week, I signed a contract with Totally Entwined Group’s Totally Bound imprint for my Handymen series! I couldn’t be more delighted.

As you may know, book 1, A Good Man was previously published. It will be republished by Totally Bound on July 21 (preorders June 16.)

Book 2, An Irresistible Force, will be published on Sept. 15 (preorders Aug 11.)

I am also thrilled to report that book 3 is in the works, and that it will eventually round out the series.

This is a wonderful chance for this series to live again, and it’s been so exciting for me to hear from readers that they are eager to discover/rediscover the series. I am so excited to work with Totally Bound and their fabulous team, and I appreciate the confidence they have shown in my work.

Stay tuned for cover reveals and other fun details!

xoxo Rosanna

Forged Redemption by @PixieRants.

It’s a pleasure for me to share the latest romance by Katherine McIntyre!


Forged Redemption (Tribal Spirits Book 5) 

The sparks of Ally and Drew’s old relationship ignite, but their broken pasts and a final fight against Mackey Kendricks threaten any hope of a future.

After Drew fell in with the Landsliders and destroyed his former pack, forgiveness isn’t something he deserves. However, no matter how hard the Tribe has tried, Mackey Kendricks can’t be stopped. So when they narrow down the vicinity of the monster’s hidden lair, the Tribe calls upon him again, this time for one of the most dangerous hunts—a recon mission to find the exact location.

However, when his former flame Ally signs on as the other member of the team, their attempts at avoiding each other crumble to the ground. No matter how hard they both try and no matter how many times they’ve walked away, the flame has never extinguished between them. This time, Drew’s fought for his redemption, changed for the better, and the relationship that blooms between them, for once, might stand a chance.

All they have to do is survive the fight against the biggest, baddest shifter on the East Coast.

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Thanks, sweetheart.

Ally paused in the middle of brushing her teeth as bile rose in her throat. Sweat pricked her temple and she gagged the peppermint toothpaste into the sink. Mere minutes in Mackey Kendricks’ presence and he haunted her nightmares again and again. And now she was heading out to stalk the beast to his own den.

A knock sounded on her front door.

Ally sagged over her sink, digging her palms into the cool porcelain. She knew who waited on the other side. Her heart lurched in response, a reflex she couldn’t help whenever he was in proximity. If she was going to be spending the next stretch of days up close and personal with Drew Williams, then Ally needed to strap on Kevlar, because he infected her like a computer virus, scrambling her mind and heart every time. The idea that she had gotten tangled up over her ex-boyfriend was cute—their mess traveled down to the roots.

They might’ve kept it a secret from their packs and families, but Drew Williams was her mate.

Ally tugged her freshly highlighted hair back into a ponytail and clapped a hand on her scarred thigh as a reminder. Drew had changed, and so had she. They weren’t the same people they’d been two years ago before she’d dumped him. Before Drew had joined up with the enemy and split their pack apart.

The knock sounded on her door again.

Ally splashed icy water on her face and headed out of the bathroom. Her pulse pounded in double time when she approached. Nerves over the mission, obviously. She was two steps from the door when it creaked open on its own.

“We don’t have the thousand years necessary for you to finish getting ready.” Drew’s droll voice echoed through the house as he strode inside. The familiar tone made her bare her teeth on instinct while her mountain lion lunged in her chest.

“Try an ounce of patience, Williams,” she responded through gritted teeth. “Not even asking for an average amount. An ounce.”

Drew shut the door behind him and turned to face her. A breath hitched in her throat at the full sight of him. Even though he was a bad decision in human form, Drew’s looks placed him in Hollywood territory. He had a jawline sharp enough to slice, an arrogant nose that fit him all too well, and tan skin that glowed like he’d spent days basking in the summer sun even though early spring had just arrived. His hair, long enough to tug, gleamed like molten gold and the wicked arc of his eyebrows complemented his mocking smile.

“Well, we both know I’m not average in anything—even my lack of patience,” Drew drawled, hooking his thumbs through his belt loops. He leaned against the wall.

“Excuse me while I eyeroll myself into a seizure,” Ally shot back. She dipped down to snag her blue tote from beside the couch. Even after living here a couple of months, she thought of this place as Lana’s, not hers. Probably because her bestie’s name was still on the deed—Ally just acted as caretaker for the cheap rent. Besides, any day now, Lana and her fearsome Tribe mate would be returning for a temporary stay to make this house comfortably crowded.

Ally sucked in a breath and made her way to the door. She’d had to argue with Dax for days to take this recon assignment even though the prospect terrified her. But her alpha’s mate, Sierra, was due in less than a month with the first cub or pup between the united Red Rock and Silver Springs packs. Dax needed to be there for the birth of his kid. Ally wouldn’t budge on that one.

“Let’s get this misery tour on the road,” Ally said, flicking off the lights. She followed Drew out to the landing and locked up behind her.

By the time she’d spun around, Drew had slipped his aviators on and sauntered toward his Cadillac. “I’m driving,” he called.

Cocky asshole.

Get Your Sh*t Together Challenge – “Wait, how old is this loaf of bread?”

We’re deep into the first week of October, and I’m plugging away at the Get Your Sh*t Together Challenge! For anyone who missed my previous post, this is a challenge being run by Anna at Herding Cats & Burning Soup, and its aim is to encourage those of us who have been putting off those little tasks that tend to pile up.

Today, my task is tackling the black hole at the back of my fridge. You know what I’m talking about. Every week, I find certain items of food tend to congregate there: the final slice of bread in a loaf, condiments that sounded tasty at the time of purchase but that ended up being flavour fails, and really old pickles. Why am I keeping this stuff? No one is eating it!

It’s time for a cull. I envision myself, as poised as Martha Stewart, sweeping the unwanted bits into a delightfully decorated basket (perhaps one with an elegant fall theme), and disposing of them with gratitude and cheer.

The reality is probably a lot less graceful.

So what did I find at the back of the fridge? Not one, but four bags of bread with only one sad slice left. Leftovers that I no longer recognize in various Tupperware containers. Oh, and about twelve types of mustard. We’re a big mustard family.

Out they go! They are way too old.

It’s very easy to push things to the back of the fridge, especially when you know they are out of the way. But they do tend to pile up, and I’ve always believed an uncluttered home helps maintain an uncluttered mind. We may not always have the energy or the time to tackle massive clean up projects, but every little bit helps.

What will you tackle today?