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London Brown

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  1. Fulvie says:

    Hi Ms. DeSint,

    First I would like to say I LOVE London Brown series. It is refreshing to read something where I cannot predict the end and with so much (emotions, actions, suspense, darkness…) going on in the story. I am team Rhys and it would really hurt if he is not the one to have her, he literally has everything she deserves. To be honest, I would rather she ends up alone than with Cade, he keeps messing up and she shouldn’t tolerate it anymore and put a stop to it. It is difficult to figure out the person she will end up with. By the way what exactly is the story between Rhys and Sir Wolff? I cannot wait to know about it. I am not trying to rush you in anyway by asking this question but do you have an approximation of when Wake will be published this year?

    Thank you for the wonderful series and hopefully for more to come,

    Fulvie

    • Leila says:

      Hi Fulvie,
      Thank you for the comment. I’m thrilled you’re enjoying the story. I’m hoping Wake will be published soon.
      Apr 2, 2014 is when volume two came out. My plan was to have volume three done by 2015. For some reason, I couldn’t get Rhys to confess a word. His character went silent. I just couldn’t write his episode of Wake. No matter how hard I tried to. Well, I could have forced something that wouldn’t have been him on the page. As I’ve said I have to follow the creative process for the story.
      Then in May of 2015, I became ill. I’m still ill. At this time, I’m not ready to share more on the matter.
      I’ve finally finished the first draft of Wake and wanted to update all of you.
      I’m very excited about the Sir Wolff Metternich developments to come. :D. I hope you will as well.
      LD

  2. Hannah says:

    Ms DeSint
    I just wanted to let you know what a great pleasure it has been reading the London Brown. I could not put my Kindle down! At first I wasn’t sure about abut your books because of London’s occupation, but then I thought “why dismiss a book simply because I don’t necessarily agree with a character’s extracurricular activities?” I am so glad that I didn’t stop reading! I’m in love with this series! I love Rhys and Desniah, as messed up as they may be- they are just perfect in their own way. I love Desniah, I am so sorry for her and everything she went through, and continues to go through because of London and Caden (Senior but now Junior). I love Rhys’ devotion to Desniah, and his unconditional love for her. I love his strength, his swagger, Rhys and Desniah literally complete each other and I could not imagine a better man for Desniah and vice versa.
    I’m not sure whether you have stopped writing because it the last time you updated your blog was like two years ago, I hope you haven’t stopped writing because of course I would love to know how Rhys and Desniah’s story concludes, but I just wanted to say thank you once again for such beautiful written series.

    • Leila says:

      Hi Hannah,
      Thank you for the comment. I’m really glad you are enjoying the story. As for my long silence, Apr 2, 2014 is when volume two came out. My plan was to have volume three done by 2015. For some reason, I couldn’t get Rhys to confess a word. His character went silent. I just couldn’t write his episode of Wake. No matter how hard I tried to. Well, I could have forced something that wouldn’t have been him on the page. As I’ve said I have to follow the creative process for the story.
      Then in May of 2015, I became ill. I’m still ill. At this time, I’m not ready to share more on the matter.
      I’ve finally finished the first draft of Wake and wanted to update all of you. I hope to have Wake to the publisher soon.
      LD

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