Free Read: Pussycat Death Squad

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First book in the thrilling Pussycat Death Squad series is now free at all vendors. This is your chance to try something different—kick-ass heroines who really kick (and kill) ass. Alpha females with men who are up to the challenge.

Orphaned at a young age Lelia Assad has spent her life in military service as the leader of the Pussycat Death Squad, personal bodyguards to a ruthless dictator. A devout Muslim, she’s never been tempted to break her vow of chastity until she encounters the ultimate alpha Marine.

Unfortunately, real life intervenes and Lelia is duty bound to return to her country when a coup attempt threatens the life of the man she has vowed to serve. While there she is betrayed and imprisoned with a death sentence on her head. Patrick will have to use all his cunning and lethal skills to save his love from the clutches of a diabolical dictator.

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OMG! I’m Blushing

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Screen Shot 2015-06-09 at 10.11.00 AMIt takes a lot to embarrass me. After all, I’m a boy mama and truly have seen it all. But this review of Pussycat in Peril seriously has me giddy. I mean GIDDY!!! Y’all know how much I love my Pussycats, and to know that there are readers who love them as well, it just gives me such a thrill. Thank you! THANK YOU! THANK YOU!!!!

I Love it When a Plan Comes Together

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Whit just updated the cover of The Lion in Russia, so it matches the new Pussycat style. I just love the continuity of the way they look together. If I had the rights to Rock Star, I’d have Whit do matching covers for all those books too. It just looks so gorgeous. Oh well, without a $10k retainer, I’ll never own that book (or get royalties) again. So there you go. I’ll just enjoy these because they’re MINE! MINE! MINE! (Can you tell I have a four year old?)

Pussycat in Peril Pronunciation Guide

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It’s been brought to my attention that since almost all the names in Pussycat in Peril are Arabic names I should have provided a pronunciation guide. The heroine’s name, Astaria, is not Arabic, but I’ve provided a pronunciation guide nonetheless. Previous heroines with unusual names from the first two books are listed as well. I apologize for the oversight.

Astaria Ibrahim
ä stä rē ä    ē brä hēm

Kaeden Nassir
kā den   na sir

Dawood Hamadi
dä wOOd   hä mä dē

Sarai Hamadi
sä rī  hä mä dē

Ravia
rä vī ä

Abdullah
ab  doo  lä

Al Hakam
al  hä  käm

Lelia Assad

lēēl yä  ä säd

Vries St. John

(pronounced “breeze” only with a “v”)