Thank you for taking the time to visit my web site and check out my books! I write action-adventure love stories full of suspenseful elements -- the same kind I like to read.
I've had a busy few months starting with the December digital release of the second of my Mystery Angel Romances -- suspenseful love stories with an angel hidden in the plot. The angel's identity isn't revealed until the finale unless you figure it out first.
In Angel to the Rescue, child psychologist Rachel Kelly isn't quite sure how to handle the situation with her newest client -- a six-year-old boy who says he can see and talk to angels. This is the toughest story I have tackled yet. Six characters, each with their own backstory, all converge in a suspenseful hostage crisis. Each character desperately needing their own resolution.
In February, Catch of the Day had its print release. Now I'm not supposed to have a favorite, but this story I love the best of all my books. I mean, come on... my gutsy heroine is the first woman to enter the annual all-male Loon Lake Tournament, and she gets paired with a Spec Ops Coast Guard Captain? What's not to love about that scenario?
In March, I attended my first EPIC convention, in San Antonio, where No Going Back was an EPIC eBook Award Finalist for the contemporary romance category. Coincidentally, that same week, No Going Back and Angel to the Rescue were both released in paperback.
My work-in-progress is the third Mystery Angel Romance, Angel on Guard. A Navy SEAL fears his recently murdered partner may have sent stolen classified information back to his sister in the states. The SEAL has to get to her before the terrorists do.
This summer I said good-bye to my wonderful day job at "The Most Magical Place on Earth," so I can write full-time. To celebrate, I've started work on another new series: The Cinderella Romances -- Fall in love with the fairy tale all over again. Each story has a new Cinderella with her own tale of action-adventure or suspense and all with a spectacular "Happily Ever After" finish.
Try one of my stories, and when you've finished, drop me a line and let me know what you think.