I am so excited to give you more details about the up and coming book titled ♠ ACED ♠ and to clarify a few points about it.
♦ Release Date: January 11, 2016 (See pre-order links at the bottom of this post)
♦ Book Jacket Blurb ♦
Rylee and Colton’s ride continues…
One moment. Six years ago.
The night she made the world around me so much more than just a blur. Now it’s the catalyst that threatens to tear us apart.
Our happily was supposed to be ever after. So why do I feel like it’s slipping through my fingers?
How can one moment, when our world seemed so right, resurface and cause our perfect life to spiral out of control?
I can’t lose her.
She’s my checkered flag.
♦ Pre-Order Links ♦
Click to pre-order:
Amazon ♦ iBooks ♦ Amazon -UK ♦ Kobo
Barnes & Noble – Pre-order cannot go live until 90 days out from the release date…so sit tight
♦ Answering your questions ♦
1. Aced is considered to be Book #8 in the Driven series on Amazon strictly due to how they numbered the spin-offs. In reality, Aced is to follow Crashed in sequence but the other books were already numbered and so it gets labeled as being Book #8 in the series. Please note that you DO need to read Driven, Fueled, and Crashed to understand Aced.
2. Aced takes place in the space of time between the last chapter of Crashed and the first epilogue of Crashed.
3. Aced focuses solely on Rylee and Colton. You will get the answers you want but the core plot of this book is all new and mostly unexpected with a few surprises thrown in.
4. Aced is a full length novel – not a novella as I had originally promised way back when.
5. You will get a few glimpses of Haddie & Becks (like previously in the Driven, Fueled, and Crashed) and even fewer of Hawkin, Quin, Tanner, etcetera. I want to make this clear so I don’t get complaints later when people read it and say they wanted more of these characters from the spin-off Driven novels. This book will be written as if a reader went from Crashed into Aced so plot lines are not spoiled if they choose to read the spin-offs at a later time.
6. I know 5 months is a long time…the questions as to why so long:
a) It’s not done yet
b) I can’t release in November against Hard Beat
c) I won’t release in December
d) I have something else up my sleeve to tide you over. Sit tight.