Newest Release & Excerpt
Release Date: March 10, 2020
Book Genre: Steamy Romantic Comedy, Women’s Fiction, BBW/Curvy/Rubenesque Romance, Billionaire Romance
Similar to: a sexy version of Love Potion Number 9 meets Cinderella
Tagline: With more attention than she ever imagined, how can she tell if this is real or a fantasy?
Themes: Body Positivity, Kindness Matters
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Magick & Moonlight (Genre: lighthearted contemporary romantic fantasy)
Release Date: April 2, 2020
Tagline: Love spells are dangerous, even more so for those who cast them…
[**New edition, complete with a new scene!]
Love spells are dangerous, even more so for those who cast them…
Ethan Hamilton moves to a lazy little town in Oregon, hoping to escape his demons. Instead, he discovers a woman dancing nude in the moonlight. This woman who claims she is a witch dazzles him with her sensual presence. He thinks she’s crazy, but what if she’s not?
Jessie Anderson has been taught that her kind hides who they really are. And she has a problem on her hands. Someone knows her secret and she must do all she can to protect herself. What other choice does she have? Jessie casts a spell on a good man, a man with whom she can’t fight her attraction. The spell doesn’t work quite as planned.
Messing with free will is always a bad idea.
To top it off, Ethan’s treatment of her is so addictive. Deep down, she knows the effects will wear off, and yet his feelings seem genuine. It’s just a spell…right?
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The Missing Piece (Genre: new adult romance)
Release Date: February 29, 2020
Tagline: Can the biggest mistake of Aly’s life turn into the promise of new love?
When Alyssa wakes up in a strange place at school, she can’t remember what happened the previous night. A new friend, Justin, offers to help her out. As she makes discoveries that force her to accept a different reality, she finds herself drawn to Justin for a number of reasons.
Can the biggest mistake of Aly’s life turn into the promise of new love?
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Blue Vision (Genre: science fiction romance)
Release Date: December 1, 2019
Tagline: An undeniable connection…a dangerous secret.
Brooke Sanders just wants to get away from her life for a while. A remote cabin in Montana fits the bill. She doesn’t expect to encounter a mysterious stranger with unusual blue eyes, or events that cannot be explained…
Colin Fielding is on a mission – scout a planet and return home to Endhivar. Such a simple plan. Except fate has a twisted sense of humor. This human calls to him, every part of him, like the call of a true mate, and he can’t deny the connection as he gets closer to her.
Little do they know, someone is out to do them harm, as well as the world Brooke holds so dear. Can they stop what’s coming before it’s too late? Or will the universe lose a perfect gem?
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Here is an excerpt from my latest release for your viewing pleasure!
The Misfits Series
Her eyes must be playing tricks on her.
Still, she could back out; cancel the dates with every one.
Ginger glanced up and saw a sea of men head in her direction. Some she recognized from their profile pictures; others, not so much.
Except…crap, she was losing it. Harry’s was a busy place. They couldn’t all be here for her. But she shifted in her seat nonetheless, tested if anyone was behind or diagonal to her.
Nope. Nothing there.
It wasn’t supposed to be at the same time, just at different intervals.
Her heart jolted again as she noted twenty good-sized men had converged upon her. Yep, this was happening.
Escape, she thought. Now.
Panic mode set in, and she stumbled away from the hardwood counter, treaded straight for the exit. A hand caught her arm and spun her around.
A man with sandy blonde hair, brown eyes and handsome features appeared before her. “Ginger, baby, come on. Where are you going? The party has just begun.”
She shrugged his hand off. “I’m sorry. I have to go. I need to cancel—”
He frowned. “But we had a date.”
A nice face didn’t equate to decent moral character. “No, I don’t remember you,” she breathed.
“I saw you and knew I had to have you. You’re mine.” His eyes flashed.
Ginger stepped back a bit. Seriously? What the hell was up with him? They were virtual strangers.
“What’s wrong, baby? Haven’t had one like me before?” He flexed his muscles, as if to illustrate a point, and then glanced down at her with a wide smile. It was clear he in fact thought he was something. At that moment, she noticed the line of quarterbacks not too far behind him. Never one to waste an opportunity when she had it, Ginger ducked under his outstretched arm and beelined around the crowd in the opposite direction. Though there was only one exit, she hoped the man might get stuck by the traffic jam in the main aisle. Once on the sidewalk outside, she ran as fast as her legs would take her in those stupid high heels on the hard pavement.
This was insane. Surely InstaSin hadn’t caused such chaos?
She couldn’t believe that. Maybe it was just poor planning. A guy might take it the wrong way if you went ahead and set up another date after him. Still, most men knew those dating sites weren’t exclusive. So, why get too possessive? The ownership on all their faces was worrisome, to say the least. She’d never met them before today and could just remember a handful of names. Thank God surnames were concealed on the site, or she’d be in real trouble once she got out of this. How many G. Halloway’s could exist in San Francisco?
After a couple blocks, Ginger paused to take a breath or two. But they’d give up by now, right? Hell, maybe it was paranoia and all those men weren’t after her.
Of course not. This was just a bizarre mix-up…
She looked over her shoulder and froze. Sure enough, almost two football teams had come after her. Dressed in various types of attire, from dress casual to ultra-casual, with the same hard look on their faces. It was all about the prize.
She hadn’t wanted this, though. There was an obvious hunger in their eyes too. The dangerous kind. Nausea shifted through her belly, threatened to evacuate the diet sodas she’d had at work, and Ginger veered off to the right. She didn’t know where she was heading, but couldn’t wait to get in a cab and speed toward her apartment.
This unique experience wasn’t relished at all.
A scream tore out of Ginger as someone snagged at her hair, and she yanked away, stumbling across the street. The pull on her scalp was nothing compared to the panic she felt now. She doubled her efforts as she raced down the pavement, feet pounded in her green heels.
Please, please, God. I’ll never use a dating site again if you just get me out of this right now.
A hand shot out, grabbed her arm, and she screeched again.
“Darlin’, come on,” a male voice coaxed, and a wonderful scent drifted in her nose. But everything happened so fast, she couldn’t register what it was. “There’s no time. You’ll be safe in here.”
The voice was soothing. Ginger calmed at once and found she was led up a short stairway into a tall, light gray structure. Inside, she backed away from the glass a little, breathed a sigh of relief as she saw the group pass by after a few moments.
Each breath was labored, and her forehead, upper chest and lower back were sweaty. Her feet and legs ached. She felt like this when she visited the gym, exhausted, practically passed out, draped over the treadmill’s handlebars. Now, each breath hitched in her chest. And the boob pain wasn’t a joke. She winced, passed a hand down her face, and turned to confront the new threat.
He was a looker, for sure, with deep brown, spiky hair and nice blue eyes. The man wore a gray business suit. He’d obviously just come from work. And Jesus, he was tall and muscled, topped six feet no problem. He had handsome features, with a Roman nose and somewhat full, made-to-be-kissed lips.
Get ahold of yourself, Ginger.
His eyes widened as he took in her appearance.
“Not you too,” she moaned. But hell, for all she knew, maybe he’d never seen a melting green marshmallow before.