My Final Christie Capps Novella is Available! Yay!

My FINAL Christie Capps story, “A Forever Kind of Love” went live on Amazon yesterday for Kindle. Other markets such as Nook, Google Play, iTunes, and Kobo should be up and running over the next week. The cover for the print book is being formatted and I’m hoping to have it ready to upload within the week. Audio production is being arranged. Here’s the link: Forever Love

I will share that of all four Christie Capps stories I’ve written in the past few months, this particular one is my favorite. Mr. Darcy is struggling with the realization he has reached middle age in addition to attempting to take charge of finding the perfect mate for his eldest son. This story is romantic (and slightly laced with humor). I fell a bit in love with Alexander Darcy and the young woman who finally caught his eye. I hope you do as well.

Also available this week is the audiobook for Mr. Darcy’s Mail-Order Bride. The narrator did an outstanding job. I’m so proud!

I look forward to hearing your opinions of these offerings from both Christie Capps and J Dawn King – or, of course, me.


  1. Debbie Fortin

    Got them both!

  2. caroleincanada

    Congratulations! Looking forward to reading it!

  3. Mary

    No no no!!!! I was just reading “For Pemberley” in and it’s disappeared! What happened (insert sobbing tearful emoji here)??? Will you be publishing elsewhere?

    • J "Joy" Dawn King

      Mary, the meaness was too much. I’ll never post there again. I’m sorry this has inconvenienced you and other readers but the attacks were very malicious and personal. They could not be ignored.

      • Mary

        I understand. I’ve heard similar comments from other authors… I’m sorry about you leaving. I do hope you will complete “For Pemberley” and while I wait (not so patiently), I’ll re-read “Compromised!”

        • J "Joy" Dawn King

          For Pemberley is now posted at in the Completed Stories section. It’s also available for eBook, print, and audio through all major retailers. I hope you are able to finish the story and find it to your liking, Mary.

  4. Sheila L. Majczan

    Good luck with publishing.

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