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Kate Complete Delayed

Kate Complete by Marie Harte

Kate Complete...is not complete. Unfortunately, the delay of Namesake pushed me back on another project, which interfered with this novel. But it should only take a few more days... Thanks for your patience!

In the meantime, how about an excerpt? ;-) 


Kate Complete by Marie Harte

Kellen Lawless returned to his pack’s den,... Read More ➝

Namesake–In Print, Not Yet in Ebook?

Namesake by Marie Harte

I've already talked about this, but I'll explain it again because I've had a few questions from readers.

Namesake came out with Ellora's Cave (EC), a predominantly erotic romance small press publisher, back in 2010. EC went under in 2016 after some shady practices not paying authors and selling author's rights out from under them. It was a real shame,... Read More ➝

Publishing Problems

Namesake by Marie Harte

NAMESAKE, the first in my Cross Step series, should have released March 30th. It hasn't, but not for lack of trying.

NAMESAKE first came out in 2010 with publisher Ellora's Cave. It's a shapeshifter romance with elements of m/m and m/f pairings, or what today goes by Reverse Harem as a descriptor. When Ellora's Cave went under (and didn't pay... Read More ➝

The Christmas Changeup is Available for Pre-order!

The Christmas Changeup by Marie Harte

The Christmas Changeup, the third in the Hope's Turn Holidays series, is up for preorder! This is a standalone book set in the town of Hope's Turn. It's sizzling small town romance between an (almost) ex-pro baseball player and the girl--now woman--he pledged to marry nearly twenty years ago.

It's cute, fun, funny, and sexy and has all the holiday... Read More ➝

Westlake Enterprises Now in Print!

To Hunt a Sainte

My psychic romantic suspense series, WESTLAKE ENTERPRISES, is now in print!

The three book series revolves around rival psychic investigators. You'll find danger, humor, and sexy agents getting down and dirty at work and in the bedroom. Kidnappers, killers, and mad scientists give the agents a run for their money, but love always wins out in the end.

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