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I’ve just published my 31st book, The Things You Say, book 2 of the Fated Bloodlines series.

Everyone deserves a chance at happily ever after, don’t they? Even a proper villain and a damaged little dove.

I’ve always known the happy ending bit wasn’t for me. A proper villain, I’ve done things that don’t deserve that patch of happiness. Something needs doing, I do it. Don’t care much what it is, long as it keeps me in tea and trousers. So, when I got the offer to go up north for a spell, I didn’t think twice about working for another vamp, it was time to move on. Only the last thing I expected to find in the house of the Jarl of the Pacific Northwest was her.

She moved like a delicate flower in the breeze, in pink dance togs that clung to her like a second skin from neck to knees, a gauzy skirt flowing against her as she danced. Sable hair spilled down her back, floating every which way when she spun, like it had a life of its own.

What in the name of all fuckery was she doing here?

Seven years. Seven years since I’d last laid eyes on Rob, and there he was.
Same old Robby. The same whiff of bay rum aftershave and his own distinct scent I’d all but forgotten. The lilt of his rough accent reminded me of home and set off a different kind of longing. God strike me, he looked just as tempting as always.

This wouldn’t do at all. I couldn’t let him ruin everything.

Seven long years since I found Heaven and Hell in a single day. But I had to shut that all away in the past again and keep playing the role of Peyton’s sweet little dove. I had to keep focused or it would all be for nothing.

This story continues with the situation that I set up at the end of Know Me When the Sun Goes Down. If you haven’t read that one (or all of the previous Forged Bloodlines series), please stop and go back and read those first as well as Fated Love in this Fated Bloodlines series. Otherwise, this book won’t make as much sense or the stakes won’t be nearly as high.

Up next I’m working on continuing from The Fallen series, picking up with Mercy’s daughter Eve.

27 Responses to Current Projects

  1. annuaire says:

    I’ve send this page to my fb friends. Keep this good work :)

  2. Love the blog here. Nice colors. I am definitely staying tuned to this one. Hope to see more.

  3. Anne Howard says:

    I wanna read this!!! lol No pressure!

  4. melissa says:

    I love the fallen series!!! I can’t wait for the next book!

  5. Christine says:

    In love with the fallen series. Pretty witches all in a row is great book a second to that would be wonderful.

  6. Shannon says:

    More Witches! And more Wolves too please <3

    HUGE ravenous fan here. I can't get enough :D

  7. Cheryl says:

    Is there a tentative date set for the book release, and will it be available for the kindle?

    • Lisa Olsen says:

      Hi Cheryl, thanks for asking about the sequel to Wake Me.

      My original forecast is “Fall” and I’m on track. As near as I can figure, I have maybe a week left of writing, then it’s on to the editing process. I’m thinking it should be out by the end of this month. It will be available for both the Nook and Kindle as well as in print.

  8. Cheryl says:

    So excited!! Can’t wait to continue the book!!! Thank you so much!!!

  9. Tonya says:

    I love the Fallen. Series I can hardly wait for book 4. Wonderful. Writing great mind. Please don’t stop I’m hooked.

  10. Belinda says:

    Loved Moonsong and the Mercy Fallen series!! Can’t wait for book 4. I am hooked as well. I hope you get your wish and can write full time. Look forward to reading more of your books.

  11. Heather says:

    Just finished book 3 of the fallen series….. It is amazing! I cannot wait for book 4!! Do you have a release date in mind? Thank you for such a wonderful series!!

  12. Lisa says:

    Hi Lisa!
    I realy love the Forged Bloodline series. I wondering if there is a release date for the 3rd book? Thank you~

    • Lisa Olsen says:

      Hey Lisa! I don’t have a set release date for the next Forged Bloodlines book, but I’m thinking I’ll get to that one after I finish the next Mercy book. So… prolly start in January with a publication date around the end of March unless the plan changes.

  13. heather says:

    So hooked. Waiting anxiously to read the 3rd book of forged bloodlines and 4th of the fallen series. Cant wait. Love all your books!

  14. Dalena says:

    I can’t wait to read more of your books, I am a huge fan of your writing! Keep up the good work!

    I hope you are having a good day :)

  15. Lisa says:

    I just finished Child of Mercy and loved it. Will there be another? I would love to find out more about the baby and Mercy’s new role with Gabriel.

    • Lisa Olsen says:

      I’m glad you enjoyed it! I’m not finished with Mercy yet, there are definitely more stories to tell, but it’ll probably be a while until I circle back to them again since I didn’t leave it on a huge cliffhanger this time. We’ll have to see what the new year brings!

  16. Jansen says:


    I just devoured your forged bloodlines books! All three in as many days!!! LOVED them. Great work. I can’t wait to read all your other books as well. Just wanted to say, kudos to you lady! You have a GIFT!

  17. Mikaela says:

    I just started reading the Forged Bloodlines series 2 days ago, and have not been able to put it down, started the third book today! I’m super excited to hear that you are writing at least a fifth book for this series!! Thanks for the great reads!

  18. Jessica L. says:

    May I ask which character you like the best in all of your series? Any of the series you favorite? And is there a character that you can relate the most to?

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