Saturday, September 27, 2008

Shining Victory by KC Kendricks

**updated 6/26/17**

September 27, 2008

This has been quite the year! The last installment of the victory series, Shining Victory, is contracted with a November release date. November! That's just around the corner.

Trace Edward Zaber, the guy at the helm over at Amber Allure, has once again given me a great cover that goes perfectly with the previous two (Surrendered Victory, Passion's Victory). Thanks, Trace.

Stacy James survived a life-shattering accusation to become a successful businessman with a lot to offer a partner. At forty, he’s finally put his ghosts to rest, and is ready for someone in his life, if the right person comes along.

Young and wild, ace mechanic Levi Wright builds engines made for speed. When Levi’s volatile temper lands him nose-to-nose with trouble, Stacy ignores his own rules and steps in to save Levi from making a big mistake. But Stacy can’t ignore Levi’s smoldering sexuality as the younger man then pursues him.

And Levi has made it clear – he’s out to get his man.

This was such an easy story to write. I hope you like it. (Certainly easier than posting this blog and having it look right, which it still doesn't.)

I also have a new venture, something I hope will catch on. So many people have been kind since I became published, I wanted to give back a bit. To that end, I opened Saturday Evening Romance at for readers to discover new-to-them writers, and to give writers a place to promote their stories regardless of their publisher.

Happy autumn, everyone!

Wednesday, September 17, 2008

The Buzz on Passion's Victory

Good things seem to come in fits and spurts, have you ever noticed? This week, Passion's Victory has gotten two new reviews.

From Rainbow Reviews: "Passion's Victory is a story with heat and heart."

I don't know about other writers and how they react to things like that, but that got me right in the heart. What a wow! thing for someone to say about one of my stories. Excuse me if I sniffle, but as I said in an earlier post, I just can't pretend I'm not thrilled over reviews like that.

From Literary Nymphs: "Passion's Victory is a touching, thoughtful and realistic love story of two men meeting at very different stages in their lives. KC Kendricks has again created two terrific and very likable characters in Micah and Jonas."

That's like... a double wow!

Thanks to Nikki and Woodland Nymph for the reviews. I'm so glad both of you enjoyed Passion's Victory.

KC Kendricks