Devil’s Island by Mimi Sebastian

MimiSebastian_DevilsIsland_800pxCaptain Boone Wilder leads a cadre of powerful and notorious pirates that rule the West Indies. He’s survived the cutthroat’s life, bearing the scars to prove it. Fearless, he seeks only the freedom of the seas and an enemy he’s hunted with a vengeance for years. When Boone waylays a fat merchant vessel bound for Port Royal, he discovers more than he bargained for in the luscious bounty of Miss Sabine Tanner. But Miss Tanner hides more than tempting curves in her skirts. When Boone finds her sneaking about the Port Royal taverns, meeting with dubious captains, he’s determined to learn what devious game she’s playing.

The daughter of a condemned pirate captain, Sabine Tanner took to the seas to clear her father’s name and locate his legendary treasure. When her ship bound for Port Royal is boarded, she’s captured by the sun-bronzed, muscular Captain Wilder. While the man is dangerously attractive, she knows from experience that Wilder is nothing but a scabrous bilge rat. Circumstances force her to sail with the scoundrel to find her father’s ship, lost on the phantom Devil’s Island. Driven by opposing agendas, will they survive the hidden truths, or does their greatest threat lie with each other?

My friend Mimi’s book goes LIVE today! Click on the cover image to take advantage of the 99¢ ebook (release day special) on Amazon, or visit the Sea Rover’s Passion website for more information.

ASU ArtFest

Me, Mimi Sebastian, V.S. Nelson, and Camelia Miron Skiba

Me, Mimi Sebastian, V.S. Nelson, and Camelia Miron Skiba

The 2013 ASU ArtFest was a blast! I had a great time chatting with students (who seemed eager for a study break, since finals are next week) and reminiscing about my own days on campus. And thank goodness Camelia was smart enough to bring a canopy, which helped keep the wind and rain sprinkles at bay. (Apparently, it now only rains in Phoenix when I do a book signing!)

I’m also insanely jealous to report ASU now boasts a Quidditch team, and they are throwing a Yule Ball later this month. Unfortunately, I don’t think the bribe exists that could coax my husband into crashing that party with me. Sigh.

photo 2photo 1The other booths were jam-packed with groovy, cool handmade items, too. I especially loved our booth neighbor, The Robot Princess, and her science-themed jewelry. ASU’s Clay Club had some gorgeous stuff as well.

Happy shopping!