I’m getting a lot of questions about Bad Things, so I just wanted to put some info out about my upcoming release.

Q.  Is Bad Things going to be a series?

 A.  Yes.  Bad Things will be a series, titled Tristan & Danika,  and it will be a trilogy.

Q.  Is this a spin-off of the Up in the Air trilogy?

A.  I would call this a connected series, rather than a spin-off.  In fact, you could even read it standalone, and if you haven’t read Up in the Air, Bad Things does not have any spoilers for the series, so you could actually read it first.  

Q.  Who are Tristan and Danika again? 

A.  These characters were introduced in Grounded, but you don’t have to go back and brush up on exactly who they are, if you don’t remember, as this series introduces them anew, in fact it starts at the very beginning of their love story.

Q.  What the f*** happened between Tristan & Danika?

A.  That one I won’t be answering, I’ll be showing, and the answer may surprise you.  Their history is a lot more rich and heartbreaking than anyone imagined, and the damage is a lot worse than a limp.  

Q.  If I’ve never read one of your books before, could I start with Bad Things?

A.  Absolutely!  This book has no spoilers for the others, so you could certainly start with this one.  

Q.  Is Bad Things a BDSM series, like Up in the Air?

A.  It is not.  There is certainly an element of domination in the dynamic of T&D’s relationship, and there’s kink, even bondage, but not the S&M.  That just isn’t who these characters are, or how they relate to each other.

Q.  If you had to pick a favorite, which would it be - James Cavendish or Tristan Vega?  

A.  I’d rather pull out all of my hair and shave off my eyebrows than answer that question!  I’m totally in love with both of them!      

Q.  How long is Bad Things?

A.  I just got the paperback proof, and it is 363 pages!

Q.  When will this book be released on Nook and KOBO?

A.  Bad Things will be available on Amazon, in paperback, Nook, and Kobo on June 11th.  It is currently available for pre-order on Amazon and Kobo.  

I’ve also submitted the book for iTunes, but I can’t say when they will make it available, as their review process is arbitrary and drawn-out.