Musings on Book 3

Now that wee volume I of the Calendar Series has flown out the door and is soaring through the sky (but still yearns for your review love – wink, wink), it’s finally time to start Book 3. What’s in store for our lads in the third installment of this five book epic love story?

I’m not going to sugarcoat this… Book 3 will be the darkest of the Dominus series, and the ending will rip your hearts out so have boxes of tissues ready. But not to worry. The final glorious ‘THE END’ to this saga will be well worth the pain and heartache. 😀

In Book 3, Gaius becomes more frustrated and angry and violent. People die. Babies are born. Some schemes succeed while other plans fail. Through it all, the fierce passion and mutual respect shared by our Roman general and our Dacian prince continue to grow.


And we’ll leave Italy and travel to Dacia, where Allerix searches for his surviving kin while questioning his identity in a cruel, war-torn world. And there are spooky forests and dark wolves and sinister ghosts. And the lunacy.

Book 3 focuses on the improbable but inevitable love story of Gaius and Allerix, and I can’t fricking wait! \o/

Stay tuned for the first draft chapter… and the book title. And soon Fiona, Molly, June, and I will begin crafting ideas for the cover.

JPK ❤️❤️❤️


  7 comments for “Musings on Book 3

  1. Sevigne morris
    August 26, 2016 at 10:42 pm

    Where I can post my review of the February and December?

    • August 27, 2016 at 3:48 pm

      Thank you for the Amazon review, Sevi!

  2. Sevigne morris
    August 26, 2016 at 10:50 pm

    I hope Gaius won’t lose all his fortune specially his favorite “grove” and his summer house but I guess if you have to choose between love and possession really?although I thought that going after Luc’s assassins was a fool errand putting him and Allerix in more danger against more powerful enemies, specially Luc didn’t care who kill him.

    • August 27, 2016 at 3:48 pm

      Gaius is a mess of confusion over what he wants, and it’s only going to get worse before it gets better.

  3. Sevigne morris
    September 9, 2016 at 10:50 pm

    I read the GOR again!! And I noticed for the first time that the witch Cali told Allerix explicitly to not tell Max about Gauis ‘s ” sizures” does she knows something about Max that you don’t know? Like he aren’t completely trustful?

    • September 9, 2016 at 10:54 pm

      Cali is one of the most interesting characters to me. She hates Max but why she doesn’t want him to know about Gaius’s epilepsy is odd. Does she want to be Gaius’s protectress? She can’t possibly think Max is untrustworthy, can she? Does she have some other agenda? Is she trustworthy? Here I go again… answering questions with more questions. LOL!

  4. Sevigne morris
    September 13, 2016 at 12:13 am

    Hi, it’s me again. First I think I know Allerix ‘s family other heritage is English or Irish? Clue hen He talked about the collar and also when spoke English with Bry’s and said He learned when He was a child. Second one think that I don’t understand is it why when He was apprehend ‘caught by the Roman’s scoots with his friend “Gagos” why He was taken to the Rome prison like his friend and instead was brought to the slaves market? Why was them separeted? Can’t be Gauis because He heard about him when he was already in the slavers Market or it was Gauis and you’ll explain later?

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