Author

SHATTER!!!!!

Are you ready to see the cover for Shatter?

I will admit that we had a difficult time finding an image that we loved as much as the image we used for the cover of Shiver. That one really grasped Lucas’s arrogance and confidence perfectly. That being said… we are absolutely IN LOVE with the cover of Shatter. A big thank you to Stephen Drake at Design by Drake for yet another killer cover!

Drum roll, please……

ShatterDigitalCover (1)

So… what do you think?  Are Snow and Jude going to make you shatter?

I think so.

If you haven’t seen it yet, here is a description of Shatter:

Maverick trauma surgeon Ashton “Snow” Frost keeps the world at a distance, relying only on his three closest friends to keep him connected. But when a ghost from their past returns to Cincinnati, Snow stands to lose everyone he loves. Framed for murder and reeling from attacks on his friends, Snow is pushed to his breaking point.

Jude Torres won’t let the doc shatter. The paramedic has been attracted to the doctor since he first laid eyes on him at the hospital, even if the arrogant, solitary man doesn’t fit into any of his plans. One hot, reckless kiss shows that Snow isn’t who he appears to be. And one night together will never be enough. Jude will fight for the doc.

Fight to keep him whole. Fight to keep him safe. Fight to simply keep him.

Read a little glimpse of Shatter:

“The nurse said he’s hours past his shift,” a woman said. “He looks too tired to drive home. Maybe you could take him?”

The low voice and shuffling noises tugged at him, trying to pull him from sleep, but exhaustion rode him so hard, Jude just sort of floated under the words, hardly understanding. A twinge in his neck kept him from succumbing back to sleep completely.

“He sat with me the whole time,” she continued, her voice closer. “He’s wonderful. Pretty, too, huh doctor?”

Someone touched his shoulder. He blinked up into blue eyes that held a surprisingly warm look. He’d never seen that expression on the man before. His eyes dropped to the doctor’s lips as he spoke. Jude didn’t hear the words this time, but he did take in the deep groove in the center over his upper lip—one that gave his mouth the sexiest curve. The doctor’s lower lip was fuller. Bite-able. He had another groove in his chin and Jude wanted to put his tongue in it.

“Beautiful Doc Frost,” he murmured, liking this dream as his heartbeat picked up.

Blue eyes flared wide.

A woman chuckled behind the doctor leaning over him. A woman didn’t belong in his sex dreams and for a moment, Jude frowned in confusion. Then he reached up and slid his palm behind the doctor’s neck, pulling him down so it would only be the two of them. “Come on,” he said softly. “We should go to bed. Wanna feel you against me.” He pressed his lips to the doctor’s, opened his mouth and licked along that sexy divot over the doc’s lips. Heat shot through him and a groan rumbled from deep inside.

Doctor Frost snapped back, straightening, his hand going up to his mouth. He touched his lips and those eyes narrowed, filling with so much fire, Jude squirmed in his seat. Then Jude’s cocoon burst as realization came to him. He’d kissed the surgeon general.

Do you love the cover? Do you love the description? Do you just love Snow?  I get it.  I do too. If you haven’t already, be sure to pre-order your copy now!

Amazon

Barnes & Noble

Kobo

Apple’s iBookstore

All Romance ebooks

2 Comments

  1. kevin kevin
    August 20, 2016    

    I tried sending this to Jocelynn Drake but her contact me form doesn’t work.
    I just finished “Shiver” and am looking forward to more.
    I found three typos in the Kindle edition
    1. Location 945 chapter 3 “Is there anything you else, because I’m leaving.” Should either be “Is there anything else” or “Is there anything else you want.”
    2. Loc. 1883 ch. 7 “The doctor cursed under his breath before he ran over the locked medical dispensary and punched in a code.” Should be “ran over TO.”
    3. Loc. 3454 ch. 14 “And if you’re not careful, you can wrack up some sizable losses with the house.” Wracked is an obsolete and archaic word that means “wrecked.” The expression you meant was RACK up losses.

    • Rinda Elliott Rinda Elliott
      August 20, 2016    

      Thanks for forwarding these.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

What It’s Like To See Your Work Taken For Free

For Me As a Royalty Only Author
And a wonderful post by author Jeaniene Frost about the ramifications.

Dweller on the Threshold’s First Review

From Yummy Men and Kick Ass Chicks review blog.
My button
"“Once in a while, I pick up a first book in a new series and, once finished, want to run around the streets of my town and shout “This book was just awesome! Everybody should read this!!” This happens to me once, maybe twice a year. Well guess what? It happened after I finished Dweller on the Threshold by Rinda Elliott. And not only did I want to run through my town telling everyone about it, I wanted to run down the highway and go to the nearest city! This is an excellent urban fantasy debut and I am very excited to tell you guys all about it." The Full Review

FORESWORN-Video Interview for FIKTSHUN Blog...Or The Queen of UM.

Fun Pics from 2015 RT Convention!