So here’s the news I’ve been itching to share with you all for the past month. First, I need to start by saying I hadn’t planned on writing this book. I was going to wait and give Lexie and Killian time to grow up and live life a little. Killian had other ideas. He may be a teenager but he’s still one heck of an alpha male. So because of this, Lexie and Killian are going to get two stories. Yes, two.
Echoes of Silence is YA. Another thing I hadn’t planned on. It is going to run alongside Out of the Ashes in plot, but we’ll see Lexie and Killian’s relationship grow and blossom. For those of you who have read Out of the Ashes, I’m sure you know it’s not a happy ending for them at the finish of the novel, hence them getting two books. I know this may be frustrating to some of you as this means Echoes will technically be a cliffhanger. I know that’s considered a dirty word to some in the romance world, but I promise you, Killian and Lexie will get their HEA. I just couldn’t not share the beauty of their relationship.
Echoes of Silence will be out on July 19th, 2016. I don’t have a cover for you yet, but I do have a blurb…
I read every novel I could. I lived and breathed every song that I could listen to. The sounds filled up my unquiet mind.
Then came him.
He brought with him the beauty of silence that echoed through my soul and showed me love wasn’t complicated. It was simple. Beautiful.
Some say love at first sight didn’t exist. That you couldn’t find your soul mate at sixteen years old. Those were people rooted in reality, chained to the confines of life that dictated how you were meant to think. Killian broke those chains. He broke everything. Shattered it so I could see that reality was overrated. That daydreams could somehow come to life.
My life tumbled into darkness in the time after I met him. So dark I thought I’d never see the light again. But he was always at my side. His life meant he knew how to navigate the dark. Lead me out.
I waded through the darkness with him at my side.
We’d be together forever, I was certain of that.
Until I wasn’t.