White Hyacinth Gets a Facelift

White Hyacinth is the second book in my Svatura series and the second book I ever finished. Doing so made me realize that I could be an author, turning out books consistently. And this one has gotten a facelift!

Originally self-published in February 2013, it (and the rest of the Svatura series) was contracted by The Wild Rose Press and published again in 2015. I can’t believe it’s already been five years and the rights have reverted back to me.

So I gave it this gorgeous new cover (designed by yours truly) and did a refresher round of edits. No major changes, just updating some of the language and editing out some bad habits I’ve since kicked as a writer.

I’d forgotten a lot of what was in this book and series, it had been so long. So it was a blast to get to relive it with these characters again.

White Hyacinth is NEWLY AVAILABLE in it’s new, improved self-published format as of NOW! Check all ebook retailers. The rest of the series will follow, one a week, over the next few weeks.

Is she the girl in his dreams…or the monster in his nightmares?

Selene sacrificed everything when she took her brother’s place as ruler of the Vyusher pack of wolf shifters—including her secret love for one-time adversary Griffin Aubrey. When nightmares that are just a little too real consume her nights, Selene fears she’s turned into a cold-blooded killer…the monster Griffin already believes she is.

Griffin and Ellie Aubrey are finally safe for the first time in over a hundred years, and Griffin doesn’t want to easily forgive the woman he blames for his family’s murders. But when an unknown menace drives Selene to leave her people and seek their help, Griffin must decide…

Can he move past his hatred of everything she is? Or will the bond that could bring them both the greatest joy now be the source of their deepest despair?


***This novel was previously published with a different cover and has undergone a re-edit. Things were added and changed, but the kissing still remains!

HYACINTH is an exciting, romantic, engaging novel with a unique and rich perspective….As with the first novel, HYACINTH’s greatest strength lies in Owen’s portrayal of women. Her heroines are both strong and capable, and they are fully able to lead their people as equals with their male counterparts.

~KCunning, Amazon Top 500 Reviewer



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