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BLIND PASSION drops Dec. 26

The first book in my NA series about three sexy brothers goes live on Dec. 26 but can be pre-ordered at Amazon, Kobo, or Smashwords. 
Hope you’ll check out the teaser graphics and share them if you see them around at FB. 🙂

Through personal darkness, two strangers find their way to each other.
Leah Schaeffer has come a long way since an accident took her sight. She’s finally ready for independence, but convincing her wealthy parents she’ll be safe on her own isn’t easy. The first night in her own place at last, she encounters her neighbor … Read more »

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Scarred Hearts – A Steal at 99 Cents

Only through the weekend, my latest release, Scarred Hearts will be available at 99 cents at most retailers. Check it out:

Two wounded souls find salvation in each another.

At the close of WWI, moonshine and bootlegging rule the night in the Kentucky hills, but two damaged souls manage to find light and love amidst the darkness. Nearly destroyed by a grenade blast, Shadow Robeson returns home from war only to be trapped by family expectations he has no energy to fight—until a secret romance with a loving woman sets him on a new course.

Bound by poverty and a … Read more »

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October Celebrations

The Walking Dead resumes this Sunday. Bring out yer dead!
Or bring them on, I should say.

I’m celebrating October–Halloween month, Walking Dead new season month–by rereleasing two classics of mine. After the End:
Zombies are on the loose and the world comes unraveled. A group of strangers on a Manhattan subway are brought together in the name of survival following the lead of Ari Brenner, a young man who represents authority because of his army uniform. Even though Ari doesn’t feel worthy of their trust, he steps up during the crisis as he’s been trained to do.

College student … Read more »

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Mending Him is out and about

I have a file folder of story ideas that can sometimes sit for years before being used. Mending Him is one of those ideas that evolved in a different way than originally intended.

 I’ve always enjoyed stories concerning unwanted wards taken in by a family and raised as not quite an equal to the other children. I imagined a heroine with a club foot and awkward demeanor who expects to spend her entire life as a dependent of her wealthy family, making herself useful and finding what joy she can in her limited life–until the day another random cousin in … Read more »

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How I Spent My Summer Vacation

Just got back from a thousand mile trip, touring the edge of Lake Huron, Superior and all the way around our good ole Lake Michigan. Saw relatives in Wisconsin and took the ferry across to home. That’s a lot of riding for four days.

Along the way we saw many views like this:

And a whole lotta these: I did some work while I was riding though, working out in my head what writing project I should tackle next. What I came up with was a biker series. Go figure. Of course those hunky dudes in MC romance can’t hold … Read more »

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