Fill Her Up came out yesterday. Readers of my main blog may have heard of Male Ordered for the Daly series. It technically isn't in the group. This was the first title for Fill Her Up. The title change came so late, I actually already had the original cover. Not so long ago, another book came out with the title Male Ordered. Worse, it's also the title of a report on white slavery--white slavery where the women think they're going to be mail ordered brides then, well, not so much. I won't go into detail here, but it is a topic in my upcoming Zed Force series (Zed Force is a special forces team).
So what comes after Fill Her Up? (Thank you Mia Watts for that title)
The next book is Briar's Cowboys. You can see the cover to your left. You'll hear about Briar and get some story hints in Fill Her Up and in the "Residents" tab on this site. When Briar was 16, her mother who worked as housekeeper on the Flying D ranch relocated with Briar to Chicago, uprooting her daughter, her daughter's dreams and promise to a place far from Daly and, in her opinion, safe from the menage lifestyle.
I'll let the readers of this blog in on a little secret. The relationship structure of this book will be closer to that of Belonging to Them. A certain Daly man has been missing Briar, even if he doesn't realize how much.
About the Flying D. Some might think that because it's in Daly and it belongs to the Daly family that the D stands for Daly. Nope. The D in Flying D stands for Dutchman and refers to a so called family curse.