Get Ready! High Risk is (Finally) Almost Here!

Yes, at long last, I finally have a totally-official release date: May 24th. I’m very sorry for not having out this week as I had originally hoped; but although it did take a little longer than anticipated to get everything straightened out in terms of copyediting, formatting, and promotional stuff, but the stars did align and it would seem that 5-24-19 is the magic number.

I know that it still seems like a long way off, but there is some good news! High Risk is now available for pre-order on Amazon for just $0.99. So, just follow the link, and you can have the first book of the Risky Business Duet waiting for you on your Kindle at the stroke of midnight on May 24th.

Also, starting on release day, I’ll be doing a blog tour hosted by the lovely people over at InkslingerPR. I’ll be sure to post links to the tour stops during those two weeks so you won’t miss out on reviews, exclusive excerpts, guest posts, and a giveaway!

Thank you so much again to all of you, for waiting so patiently and sticking by me through all the ups and downs of my writing journey. I can’t make any promises for what the rest of 2019 will bring, but I can assure you that this will be the sexiest, sweetest, and most thrilling year yet. I can’t wait to share Kiera and Caleb’s story with all of you, and I’m excited to share everything else I have up my sleeve as well in the coming months. I hope you all fall in love with their story the way that I did while writing it.

Happy reading 😉
Siena

Where in the World is Siena Noble? A Brief Update

Back from the dead, assholes!

All joking aside, I apologize once again for dropping off the face of the Earth for so long, especially since those of you who might’ve been looking forward to the release of High Risk are probably wondering where it is. I know that I’ve gone into detail before about why it’s taken me so long to finally put out a book that I’ve been promising for months and months, and to put it bluntly, a large part of why this release has taken me so long is that depression and anxiety have been kicking my ass especially hard in recent times. Trying to juggle a regular job, graduate school, family obligations, and other writing interests outside of romance with maintaining my romance pen name is a struggle that I often doubt I’ll ever fully get the hang of. And with my mental health being what it is, all of these factors have contributed to a number of dark moments when I simply wanted to give up, or when I found it so hard to bring myself to write even a few sentences in a day that I figured I’d never get this next book finished.

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