With the receipt of a less than glowing 3-star review, I have come to the realization that I may have made a tactical error. In releasing my books out of order, I have caused preventable confusion. In failing to market them as a series, I have caused even more. This was nearsighted of me and I apologize for it.
Since I can't undo the damage I've done, here's a list of my currently released titles in the order they *should* be read:
- Betrayal (1816-1817)
- Deception (1818)
- Spellbound (early 1820)
- Heartless (late 1820)
- Redemption (1821)
It seems, however, that I've made the mistake of setting myself into a course that I can't alter. The next book up for release is Honor, a story that takes place a year or so before Betrayal. Part of me never wanted to release Honor but readers have demanded Connor's story. He is an intriguing secondary character and probably deserves his turn in the limelight. It will be taking another step back in time, however, to make his story available. You see my dilemma.
In conclusion, I apologize for this error. I pray my readers are not too upset with me for overlooking the possibility of this result.