A Willow Creek Christmas is free this Christmas! Go download your copy now. If you already have this one…then its time for a re-read? 😉 Get your copy here–> https://books2read.com/u/mqvLJ8
Have you read Angel yet? It’s book 2 in a brand new, multi-author, Christmas Brides Series. Fleeing an overbearing uncle who promised her hand to a man old enough to be her grandfather, Angel Bishop left Savannah and headed west with her sisters as a mail-order bride and didn’t look back. When she arrived in the town of Angel Creek where her groom is supposed to meet her, she’s surprised to find another man has come to collect her, a man so handsome she can’t get him out of her mind. Garrett Carter didn’t have a problem doing anyone a favor but when sheriff Harold Tate asked him to pick up his bride and bring her to town, he should have refused. He’d never believed in love at first sight but one look at Angel Bishop and he was smitten. With Harold out of town, Angel depends on him for nearly everything and as Christmas draws near, he’s not sure how he’ll ever let her go. Did those shy looks she gave him mean she felt the same? And if so…what would the townsfolk think if he stole another man’s bride? https://amzn.to/3VLBrro
It’s a bittersweet thing seeing as this is the LAST Willow Creek book, but REBEL HEARTS is now live. Sophie Hilam craved adventure, but ending up riding with a gang of bandits wasn’t exactly what she had in mind. Nor was falling for one of them. Jackson Shaw was the type of man her parents would hate, but her rebel heart was drawn to him regardless of the fact he was a no-good, rotten scoundrel. Jackson Shaw lived each day as if it was his last because it very well could be. When he meets a beauty he can’t stop thinking about, fate throws him the chance of a lifetime and he isn’t going to waste it, but when his past comes back to haunt him, and the gang he’s trying to outrun catches up with him, it’s up to him to save the woman of his dreams. His only hope is she forgives him when she finds out who he really is. Get your copy NOW!
Running to escape a life of servitude may have taken her out of a bad situation but being a Native woman means she can never escape the way people see her. The prejudice Morning Dove faces is a daily reminder that she doesn’t really belong with these people but one man makes her forget she’s an outsider. Looking at him, she longs for things she never thought to have and all she has to do is reach out and grab them … if she could only get over her fear of speaking to him. Ben Atwater has more problems than any one man should and most of them he brought on by himself. The only bright spot in his life is a pretty Native girl who will barely look at him. Morning Dove is an enigma he wants to explore but his past has tainted his future. Will a woman like her want a man as miserable as him? And if so, can he keep her once he has her in his arms? Buy Link
Rose Campbell is happy being the town spinster, so when her grandfather sends off for not one, but four mail-order grooms, she’s forced to turn to the man she loves to hate in order to get rid of them. Graham Hart has spent years in a verbal battle with Rose so when she asks for his help, he jumps at the chance to finally get the upper hand. But one soft kiss changes everything and life as they knew it may never be the same again. Buy Link
One of the requirements for putting a book into Amazon’s Kindle Unlimited program is it has to stay for 90 days. Once its up, you can pull it out but….you have to remember to ‘un-tick’ the box saying ‘stay in Kindle Unlimited’ or…it rolls over and it stuck for another 90 days. You have no idea how many times I kept forgetting to do that! The book is now wide for those of you who were waiting for it to come out. The buy links are below. Running away from home to marry the man she thought was the love of her life should have been the happy ending Victoria Stanford expected it to be, but things rarely work out as one plans. When her husband suddenly dies and leaves her stranded in the middle of nowhere, alone and scared, she thinks she’s saved when she sees three men headed her way. Relief turns to fear when she realizes they weren’t the type of men a single woman should trust. When they chase up the side of a mountain and overtake her, she does the only thing she can. She screams and hopes they kill her quickly. Gideon Hart has spent the last six years roaming the mountain after tragedy changed his life forever. Since then, he’s never encountered another living soul other than his brother—until now. The scream he hears echoing through the trees brings back memories he’s been trying to forget. When he finds a woman being attacked, he does what he has to in order to ensure her safety. Getting her to town should be his only concern but the trek across the mountain with Victoria causes his world to shift and for feelings, he’s denied himself for too long to surface. He doesn’t deserve to … Keep Reading!
I noticed today while doing website maintenance that–I never hit the ‘publish’ button on this post! So…without further ado…. . Back in September 2017, my writing friend, Alexandra Marell started talking about a Sci-Fi Romance ‘world’ she had been thinking about and the books she’d like to write for it. I helped her brainstorm ideas for her new series and by the next day, I had a plot bunny–one I sat down and banged out 1,000 words of in record time. The plot bunny turned into a story, then a full-length novel and now, seven months later, Dragon Fire, my first ever Sci-Fi Romance has been published. I love writing westerns. I love the simplicity of the time period, the struggles the people back then faced and the fact men were men. They worked hard, loved their families, and were fiercely protective. One of the things I try to do when writing them is to stay as period correct and factual as I can. Researching is time-consuming an sometimes more difficult than others and for this reason alone, I think that Sci-Fi plot bunny ran so fast and furious through my head. Science Fiction doesn’t hold the same restraints as historicals do. It pretty much – if you can dream it, you can make it happen, so I did. Writing Dragon Fire was very liberating. It gave me a creative outlet to just let my imagination run wild without having to stop and “look things up” and I don’t remember the last time writing a book had been so much fun. For those of you who read my westerns–don’t fret. I WILL NOT stop writing them. They are where my heart is. Willow Creek book 8 is nearly done so look for it very soon but for now, … Keep Reading!