It’ll be 99 cents until February 23!
Links: US: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B073CZW7HQ UK: https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B073CZW7HQ AU: https://www.amazon.com.au/d/B073CZW7HQ Book Blurb: I awoke amidst chaos. With no memory or name and no one to trust. I held the key that could bring down a cartel kingpin. If only I could remember. I realized I was a known target to El Segador. “The Reaper.” The Mexican cartel’s deadliest hitman. He toyed with me and bided his time to kill me. But amnesia and an assassin weren’t the end of my problems. I was pregnant. Two men claimed to be the father. And as I started to remember, I questioned the type of men I had let into my body. One of them had an agenda. Despite the other’s current overprotectiveness and caring, my fractured memories revealed a contemptuous asshole. To save myself and my unborn child, I needed to put my faith in one of them. But which one? * Explicit sexual content and strong language. May be read as a standalone.
I haven’t updated in a while. I’ve had two releases since Deadly Obsession. A Love For Always is Nate and Sylvie’s book and is the last book in the Always series and could be read as a standalone. Fighting Chance is the first book in my exciting new series set in a small town with not-so-small-town intrigue. The next book, Saving Grace will be out by mid-June. Stay tuned!! 🙂
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Publishing date: April 15, 2015
Publishing Date: mid April. Genre: Romantic Suspense Blurb: *Warning. Romantic suspense with dark themes. Extremely obsessive and jealous hero. Strong language and sexual content with sexual deviant situations that may be disturbing. Mature audience, 18 years and above. The first time Jake sees Ella he is struck by her beauty. He becomes obsessed. His obsession becomes a deadly affair. You see, Ella belongs to someone else. Someone determined to keep her … or kill her. Teaser Chapters: deadlyobsession_ch1_2
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Sorry for the silence in almost a month. Real life got in the way. Good new is; we’re at the home stretch before “Always Been Mine” goes into publication. I’m in the middle of final tweaking and proof reading and I’m targeting a date in December with a new release price of 99 cents for a week. This is in appreciation to everyone who’ve read my previous work and who are loyally anticipating each of my books. As with each book, writing this one has been a journey. I’ve always wanted my characters to be strong and badass, but I realized it was more rewarding to explore their vulnerabilities as well. Gabe and Beatrice’s path back to each other is not an easy one. There are too many internal and outside forces stacked against them, but there is no question in my mind that they are perfect for each other. I hope I am able to convey this sentiment at the end of the book. This book is a touch darker than my previous offerings, and I understand if it’s not for everyone. I have to remain true to my vision of my characters, and that means taking some risks […]
We’ve all had them. The dreaded book slump. The ones where even our reliable go-to authors don’t work. The three books mentioned here were my best reads this past month in a crowd of just-okay books. Worth The Fall ~ I was pleasantly surprised how this worked for me. The premise shouldn’t have worked. I woman who is pregnant with 4 kids in tow. It help that the hero was a Navy SEAL. I was sucked in from the first word. * My Goodreads review Black Lies ~ Alessandra Torre is a hit or miss for me. Some times her angst is such a mind f*ck that just doesn’t work for me. But the original plot in this one, although far fetched had me applauding the risks she took with this one. If you’re not one with many triggers, and if you’d read anything, I recommend you give this a try. It’s best to go in blind, and even if you think you’ve hit one of your triggers, I advice to keep on reading. * My Goodreads review The Hook Up ~ the title and the cover doesn’t do justice to the story. I do not read much new […]