Welcome to my world!

I’ve been dragging my feet for ages when it comes to setting up a webpage or blog. The reasons all made sense. At least that’s what I kept telling myself. It would take time away from my writing. Who would want to read the meanderings of my mind? You get the idea. But the truth of the matter is I was scared to sit down and try my hand at designing a page.

Scared or not, it was finally time to dip my toes into the water of blogging and so here I go.

51-UsbT97HL._BO2,204,203,200_PIsitb-sticker-arrow-click,TopRight,35,-76_AA278_PIkin4,BottomRight,-64,22_AA300_SH20_OU01_I’m here and to start things off, I have a promotion going on for the next few days at Amazon. My first novel, Wedding Bell Blues, is free. You can find it here.

Weddings always bring out the worst in people. Or at least that’s the way it seems to Jessica Jones as her younger sister’s wedding day approaches. It’s bad enough Jessie has to wear a bridesmaid dress that looks like it was designed by a color blind Harlequin. Then there’s the best man who is all hands and no manners. Now add in a murder and Jessie’s former lover — former because she caught him doing the horizontal tango on their kitchen table with her also-former best friend. It really is almost more than a girl should be expected to handle. . . .

huntedsmallMy latest book, just released this week by Naked Reader Press, is Hunted. This is the first book in a new series entitled Hunter’s Moon. Where Wedding Bell Blues is purely romantic suspense with a touch of humor, Hunted is a paranormal romance. You can find Hunted on Amazon, Kobo, iTunes and All Romance.

When Meg Finley’s parents died, the authorities classified it as a double suicide. Alone, hurting and suddenly the object of the clan’s alpha’s desire, her life was a nightmare. He didn’t care that she was grieving any more than he cared that she was only fifteen. So she’d run and she’d been running ever since. But now, years later, her luck’s run out. The alpha’s trackers have found her and they’re under orders to bring her back, no matter what.

Without warning, Meg finds herself in a game of cat and mouse with the trackers in a downtown Dallas parking garage. She’s learned a lot over the years but, without help, it might not be enough to escape a fate she knows will be worse than death. What she didn’t expect was that help would come from the local clan leader. But would he turn out to be her savior or something else, something much more dangerous?

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