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Reviews: The Adventure of the Colonial Boy

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“I admit to being wary about whether [Harris] could really, truly pull off a romance for Holmes and Watson. I am convinced. She more than pulled it off. She nailed it. And now I’m swept headlong into a vision of Holmes and Watson, forever changed.” – CoachJanette, Amazon.com

“I bought the ebook because I couldn’t wait – and ended up reading it in one day.”– Denise, Goodreads.

“The biggest problem with this story is my inability to put the darn thing down. Needless to say it was read in one sitting.” – cemm, Amazon.com

“This was a romping good read, and absolute page turner that I couldn’t put down.” – Sally Koetsveld, Goodreads.

“Spot on capture of the time-tested Holmes and Watson chemistry: razor-sharp wit, breath-taking revelations, shared victory in defeating clever criminals, and the deepest friendship and love.” – ckm, Amazon.com

“I particularly loved the author’s take on the original stories and characters, the adventerous plot, and the exploration of the relationship between Holmes and Watson.” – HJS, Amazon.com

Announcement: Improbable Press

ImprobablePressGentlebeings, I am very excited and thoroughly delighted to announce my newest book project!

A well known UK publisher of Holmesian fiction has started a new imprint – Improbable Press!

Improbable Press will specialise in Sherlock Holmes romance and erotica, across both Victorian and contemporary settings.

And I’m absolutely thrilled to announce that Improbable have said yes to my pitch for a Victorian-era Holmes/Watson romance to be called The Adventure of the Colonial Boy.

Colonial Boy will be set in 1890s Melbourne and Victoria (during the Great Hiatus) and is slated for release in 2016. So I had best get my skates on and start researching/writing!

Wendy C Fries – author of The Day They Met and also known for her erotic fiction as Atlin Merrick – is the new imprint’s acquisition editor.

sixsecretlovesOther titles due out in the next year from Improbable Press are Atlin Merrick’s The Six Secret Loves of Sherlock Holmes, due out in October 2015, Verity Burns’ All The Difference, and another Atlin Merrick, The Night They Met.

It would be wonderful if you liked Improbable Press’s Facebook page to keep track of the books and release dates – and to let us know you’d like to read Sherlock Holmes romance erotica, both canon and contemporary.