Something old becomes something new :)
Thursday, February 9th, 2012 Feb 9th, 2012 leave a response

The first full-length erotic romance I ever had published in print in 2007, was called “Where have all the Cowboys gone?” from Virgin Cheek, part of the now deceased Black Lace line. Apparently, that book is hard to find in print and the digital version is quite expensive.

So I was very pleased to get an email from a new upshoot of Random House UK publishing called Rouge Romance who are going to republish this book in digital format for a much better price-and with a lovely new cover, which I have to show you below. :)

Isn’t that cool?
I’ll let you know when I get a definite date for publication, but I’m thinking they mentioned around March, April time this year.
And what is even cooler, is that they are hoping to publish the other two in the series as well!
It’s nice to see a good book get a second life-especially when it is one of your own.

4 comments to “Something old becomes something new :)”

  1. THERESA PERESANDI
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      · February 16th, 2012 at 3:52 pm · Link

    JUST LOVE ALL YOUR BOOKS. JUST FINISHED SIMPLY CARNAL. CAN’T WAIT FOR THE NEXT ONE.



    • kate pearce
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        · February 27th, 2012 at 8:34 pm · Link

      Thank you!! So glad you enjoyed it :)



  2. Carey
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      · March 12th, 2012 at 5:49 am · Link

    I’ve always secretly had a thing for cowboys, but as you know there aren’t many in rural England (Rutland to be exact) so when Amazon lead me to the Turner Brothers I fell in love ! I know the series is complete, sadly, but ar you planning any more cowboy/western theme stories. I am totally hooked! Thank you. ;-)



    • Kate
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        · March 21st, 2012 at 7:02 pm · Link

      I love cowboys too. :) I think it was growing up with all those old T.V. shows like Bonanza, The Virginian and The High Chapparal that did it for me. :)



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