Thanks so much for visiting my web site today! Stay awhile and have a look around.
On my Books page, you can sample the first two chapters of each of my six releases.
I have had a spectacular 2017 so far! In February, I signed a contract offer from The Wild Rose Press for my historical time-travel romance, Duke Du Jour. This will be the first book in my Lords in Time series. I now write for three publishers, and I couldn't be happier.
In Duke Du Jour, Jared Langley, the thirteenth Duke of Reston, tumbles into a dilapidated fountain on his ducal estate and awakens in 1816, where he is confronted by servants who think him a dead ringer for his namesake and rakehell ancestor, the seventh Reston duke gone missing at the battle of Waterloo. Unfortunately, Seven got mixed up with French spies out to assassinate the Duke of Wellington, and unwary Jared ends up in their crosshairs.
In March, I received a contract from Soul Mate Publishing for Betting on Cinderella, the second book in my new series, The Cinderella Romances. Betting on Cinderella has returning characters from the original release, Cinderella Busted.
In Betting on Cinderella, Garrett Tucker inherits his grandfather's casino empire and steps into the reclusive billionaire's shoes as the "Prince of Vegas." As the new Prince, Garrett buys and renovates an abandoned casino in Biloxi Mississippi. When he discovers someone is embezzling from his new operation, he goes in undercover to find the culprit. Unfortunately, Garrett's prime suspect is the new finance supervisor, Andi Ryan--the spitfire brunette who stole his heart at first sight.
Another story hovers 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.
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,