Center of Gravity, Marauders, Book Three: Release Date, Cover Reveal & Synopsis

Center of Gravity, book three in the Marauders Series, will be released Saturday, November 22nd. Further information about when it’s available for preorder will be up on the Facebook page, twitter (@r31m4y3r), and the blog on Goodreads. It should be about a week before release, though.

All books, including the two previously released books and the novella, will be made available on epub format through Draft2Direct at the same time as the new release, which means they can be bought on iBooks, Barns & Noble, and a few other places. Links to those will be in the release announcement.

Other information regarding the Marauders Series is that there will be at least two more books, and more information about the fourth one, Resonance, will follow shortly.

On to the cover and the synopsis, and don’t forget you can find the teaser here.

Centre of Gravity

Anna’s goal in life had been set when she was ten years old: she was going to become a principal dancer at the New York City Ballet, and she made it. Her entire life revolved around dancing, and she loved every second of it. But after a split-second lapse of attention, she lost it all.

Now, with a heart as broken as her leg, she agrees to follow her aunt Irina back home—to Greenville, Arizona.

Mitch lived family life vicariously through his older brother, Mac, and even if he envied Mac’s devotion to his wife, he’d never even been close to feeling anything similar to a woman, and he wasn’t looking for it, either. When their friend Lisa asks him to show her friend Anna a good time, he’s very intrigued about the possibilities a flexible ballerina would present.

Then he gets to truly know her, and that’s when things become complicated.

9 thoughts on “Center of Gravity, Marauders, Book Three: Release Date, Cover Reveal & Synopsis

  1. Thank you!!! I have waited so long for this story. I love all your books. November 22 is going to take forever to get here. Clearing my schedule now, I have to make sure no one disturbs me when I get this in hand.

  2. Great! Roll on next Saturday I read so much that I run out of good books and end up half reading books that are rubbish. I loved your other books and just know this one will be as good. A diamond amongst pebbles.

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