Amazon: US | CA | UK | Nook | Kobo | iBooks | GooglePlay Spend a year in Marietta, Montana with these four linked
stories celebrating small-town life and big sky love. Hometown Hero Skye Wolcott didn’t have the confidence to so much as smile
at Chase Goodwin in high school. Then Chase left Marietta for a career in the
big leagues but now he's back to help his kid brother. It’s a second chance for
both of them, but can Skye convince Chase that Homecoming is more than a game
and he’s back where he belongs? Blame The Mistletoe When Skye and Chase host a Christmas cocktail party, Liz
Flowers bumps into her former brother-in-law, Blake Canon. They haven’t seen
each other for fifteen years, they’re both divorced and alone for the holidays…
A kiss under the mistletoe starts a romance, but when family secrets are
revealed and their children arrive home early, will they be able to keep the
season bright? The Bachelor’s Baby Meg Canon is in town to clean out her old bedroom f…
I recently completed and submitted my thirtieth book. I'm celebrating by offering a taste from each one. I wrote Mastering Her Role at least ten years before I made my first sale. At one point I had an agent and even a contract for it. Long story short, it stayed on the hard drive until it was published as a two book collection by the short-lived HarlequinE. Then I was able to get my rights back and now it's self-published as Book One in my Pleasures In Disguise series. Book Two is Playing The Master.
Both stories are about alter-egos. In this one, the hero, Jason, has a Dominant side as Dominic. His neighbour, Arianne, has a crush on him, but once she hears he has this super-sexy side, she's intimidated and asks to meet Dominic, so she can take some lessons on how to up her sexual game. ~ * ~ ON THE TELEPHONE he had sounded like Jason with a British accent. More or less. The relationship between the two men was something of a mystery. She’d pressed Celine after the woma…
I recently completed and submitted my thirtieth book. I'm celebrating by offering a taste from each one.
I was shopping with my sister when I picked up an email from my editor, asking if I would like to write an erotic short for the Chatsfield series. I was given a premise of an aristocrat meeting her lover in a hotel room on the sly and this time she leaves her case there. Uh oh.
My sister and I wandered down the street to the adult toy store where I picked up some inspiration. The wig, the web, and the pendant necklace that doubles as a toy were all window shopped that day. Enjoy!
Here's the opening pages of The Secret In Room 823. ~ * ~ Gwen loved this walk from the elevator, when the slippery lining of her trench coat caressed her bare skin and the only sound was the crush of carpet beneath her heels in the quiet hallway. Occasionally she passed another guest, but this time of evening most had already left for their dinner and entertainment. Her senses sharpened as she drew clo…