I did it! I just hit “publish” on Path of Thieves, my eleventh full-length book!
Yes, Path of Thieves has been uploaded to Amazon. It’s now in review, which means it can go live in anything from hours to, like, 3 days. 3 days would be a total disaster and ruin my release blitz. 😛
Also. It will be incredibly cheap for something I’ve spent seven months on perfecting. I’ve never ever given away my completely new releases at 99 cents before, but I’m doing it this time. I’m turning the price up again as soon as Amazon lets me, which will probably be 3 days after release, so early buys are smart. Hold off on buying gum that day, and you’ll have saved in the money you spent on Path of Thieves.
Football hero by day and thief by night, Charles “Cugs” McConnely leads a double life in the small town of Newbark, Florida. At sundown, the seventeen-year-old turns burglar, forced into the business by the man who should be teaching him the difference between right and wrong: his father.
Cugs is a pro at both games, but only one can secure him a college scholarship. It should be an easy decision, a no-brainer—if Newbark hadn’t proffered the only life he knows.
After run-ins with Nadine Paganelli, his accidental victim and the sole person to have caught him in the act, Cugs starts to realize that hearts can be stolen too.
When his long-lost sister makes contact, lies are uncovered and truths revealed. Suddenly, Cugs finds himself questioning both plans and loyalties. Because sometimes the only way to move forward is by pulling the bottom out of the past.