Dear Readers,


Happy New Year and thank you for taking the time to visit my web site! I hope you will stay awhile and check out my action-adventure love stories, the same kind of books I like to read.


The last year has been a busy and wonderful one, indeed. Desert Breeze Publishing released the third book in my Mystery Angel Romance series – The SEAL's Angel – to some wonderful reviews. A good friend from my old "day" job provided invaluable assistance with the story and kept me from making any critical faux pas, since he was a former Lieutenant with the Navy SEALs.


There is another book on the horizon for the Mystery Angel Romance series —possibly with the return of One-Eyed Jack, one of Sean MacKay's Teammates in The SEAL's Angel. The cast of characters are different for each stand-alone love story in the series, but the novels are similar in that an angel has been hidden within each plot. The angel's identity is not officially revealed until the finale unless the reader figures it out first.


Just before we rang in the New Year, Soul Mate Publishing released the first book in my new series: The Cinderella Romances...fall in love with the fairy tale all over again. I'm lucky enough to work for two publishers now, and I couldn't be more excited! In my new release Cinderella Busted, the classic fairy tale shifts to Jupiter Island, Florida where a billionaire resort developer mistakes a beautiful gardener for a wealthy socialite. I have already started work on the next book in the series— Betting on Cinderella—a new fairy tale set at a ne'er-do-well casino in Biloxi, Mississippi.


My almost-finished work-in-progress is something completely different for me, a regency time-travel romance. In Duke Du Jour, the fourteenth Duke of Reston falls into a fountain in an overgrown section of his ancestral estate and wakes up in regency England in 1816 where he is mistaken for his namesake and great-great-and-so-on grandfather, the seventh Duke of Reston, who has been missing since the battle of Waterloo. I haven't had this much fun writing a story since Catch of the Day.


Please try one of my stories, and when you're finished, drop me a line and let me know what you think. I wish you happy reading or happy writing -- take your pick.


Always my best, 




The Romance Reviews